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February 2024

Coraline’s Curious Cat Trail descends upon downtown Portland

LAIKA, the Chamber, Visit Downtown Campaign, Wild in Art, and OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital will kick off the countdown to Coraline's Curious Cat Trail on Thursday, February 22.
February 2024

Chamber Welcomes the 2024 Small Business Management Cohort

For more than 13 years, the Chamber has provided scholarships to invest in Portland's local small businesses and helps support their growth.
February 2024

A Love Note to Portland: Woonwinkel

Woonwinkel celebrates the creative spirit of downtown Portland and the small businesses that make it thrive.
February 2024

2024 State of the Economy

This report offers some modest improvements over last year’s checkup, but on critical measures like population growth and housing production, the region still has a long way to go.
February 2024

2024 State of Downtown & the Central City

In this year's report, we document the first steps of the Central City recovery locally and in comparison with peer cities.
February 2024

Chamber endorses Senate Bill 1553

On February 12, Jon Isaacs, the Executive Vice President of Public Affairs for the Portland Metro Chamber, spoke before the Joint Committee on Addiction and Community Safety Response, advocating for the endorsement of Senate Bill 1553.
State of Oregon. February 2024

Chamber testifies in support of House Bill 4002

On February 7, Jon Isaacs, the Executive Vice President of Public Affairs for the Portland Metro Chamber, addressed the Joint Committee on Addiction and Community Safety, advocating for immediate action against the rampant proliferation of fentanyl in Portland.
River view of the Fremont Bridge across the Willamette. February 2024

Chamber releases poll showing voters are concerned about quality of life

From December 13 to December 19, 2023, DHM Research conducted a hybrid survey of 500 registered voters in the tri-county area.
February 2024

Chamber unveils 2024 Policy Agenda

Over the past five years, Portland has faced a cascading series of crises that have measurably damaged our city’s reputation and spurred the realization that the condition on the streets is simply not consistent with Portland’s values.