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request for proposals /// city works poster series

In case you missed it, the Dill Pickle Club is proud to announce its newest program: City Works Poster Series. Funded by a grant from Sappi Fine Paper’s Ideas That Matter, the program will award three designers $1,000 each for the creation of three foldout posters using graphic design to make city policy more accessible. […]

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City Limits Book Discussion

The Dill Pickle Book Club meets to discuss “City Limits: Walking Portland’s Boundary.” Local author and teacher Dr. David Oates walked all 260 miles of Portland’s Urban Growth Boundary, then put his thoughts about the experience into this book.

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A Report Back: How is the City Planned?

Portland is known worldwide as a city at the forefront of urban planning, but how did the city become known for its progressive policy and what are its current initiatives? A group of 40 Dill Picklers takes a walking and public transit tour to meet with city experts and take in some of the Portland’s notable urban design sites.

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