Brooklyn Resources

Municipal Services

ResourcePhone NumberLink
Environmental Health (503) 988-3400
Fire Department – Info(503) 823-3700 Website
Police Non-Emergency(503) 823-3333Website
Brock Nelson, Union Pacific Public Affairs(503) 249-3079Email
Railroad Quiet Zone RulesPDF Doc
Street light out(503) 823-5216Website
Traffic signals not working(503) 823-1700Website
Water main breaks(503) 823-4874Website
Abandoned cars(503) 823-7309Website
Graffiti removal(503) 823-4824Website
Noise control(503) 823-7350Website
Pothole Hotline (503) 823-2867Website
Sidewalk repair (503) 823-1711Website
Weeds, trash, etc(503) 823-7306Website
Report illegal dumping(503) 234-3000Website
Parks information(503) 823-PLAYWebsite
Portland Bike MapPDF Doc
Powell Blvd Streetscape PlanWebsite
Business licenses(503) 823-5157Website
County Chair(503) 988-3308Website
Mayor’s Office(503) 823-4120Website

Brooklyn Resources

ResourcePhone NumberLink
Brooklyn Action Corps BylawsPDF Doc
Brooklyn Neighborhood NewsletterWebsite
(503) 232-2031
Land Use Proposals (503) 988-3043Website
Milwaukie Ave. Main Street PlanPDF Doc
Neighborhood Crime MapperWebsite
Southeast Uplift neighborhood coalition (SEUL)(503) 232-0010Website

Elected Representatives

Brooklyn is represented by elected officials at numerous levels: city, county, state, and more. Some of those electeds are “at-large” representatives, such as Portland City Council, who represent the entire jurisdiction. Others are district-based, such as the Oregon State Legislature.

These officials are Brooklyn’s district-based representatives:

Commissioner Sharon MeieranMultnomah County Commission – District 1Website
Director Laura MastersonEast Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District (EMSWCD) – Zone 2Website
Metro Councilor Bob StaceyMetro Council – District 6Website
Senator Kathleen TaylorOregon Senate – District 21Website
Representative Rob NosseOregon House – District 42Website
Congressman Earl BlumenauerU.S. Congress – District 3Website

For “at large” representatives, see:

Portland City CouncilWebsite
Portland AuditorWebsite
Multnomah County BoardWebsite
Multnomah County AuditorWebsite
Multnomah County District AttorneyWebsite
Multnomah County SheriffWebsite
East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District (EMSWCD) BoardWebsite
Metro CouncilWebsite
U.S. SenateWebsite


ResourcePhone NumberLink
1870 Portland LithographWebsite
1890 Portland LithographWebsite
Brooklyn Neighborhood BannersWebsite

2 replies on “Brooklyn Resources”

There is a homeless camp again under the 17th Street underpass. Last time the camp became almost permanent and virtually cut pedestrians off from grocery stores like Peoples and New Seasons. Why isn’t anyone saying anything about this?

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