Urgent request for building owners and managers: Please secure your dumpsters and A-frame signs
City officials are preparing for protest activities from Sunday, January 17, through Wednesday, January 20, in downtown Portland related to the Presidential inauguration.
As you have likely seen with other recent protest activity in Portland, dumpsters have been set afire in many places. In many cases these dumpsters have been close to existing buildings where they pose risks for fires to spread.
Dumpsters can also be used as barricades that can impede the flow of traffic or pose obstacles for emergency responders.
As a precautionary measure, the City of Portland requests commercial building owners and managers to keep dumpsters closed and locked. It is requested that dumpsters be moved indoors or to another secure location if possible. Also, it is requested that A‐frame signs be kept indoors as a precaution against their potential use as projectiles during protest activity.
The City of Portland appreciates your assistance in keeping our community safe.
This message is provided by the Bureau of Development Services.
Contact: Ken Ray, Bureau of Development Services, 503‐865‐6236, [email protected]
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