Mapping the Portland Oregon Riots

By the Solari Team

The Portland riots began in May and continue to this day. We decided to map what data we had as of October 7, 2020. A correlation between riot damage and the tax-attractive Opportunity Zones that we noted in the riot damage patterns in Kenosha and Minneapolis continues in Portland (see “Subcriber Resources” section at the bottom of the page).

If you have more detailed Portland riot damage information, we ask that subscribers post at subscriberinput[at]solari.com. If you are not a subscriber, please send your riot damage info to customerservice@solari.com. As always, we invite your input.

Sources:

In addition to Live UA Maps, we used three additional sources which are listed in “Subscriber Resources” below:

Portland riots started in May and are continuing. They are notable for the politics of confrontations and tactics: Damage Statistics:

Portland protests have cost local businesses $23M to date.

What was the same?
Map Key:
Maps:
Portland Oregon Riots / Opportunity Zones Overlay

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Portland Downtown Central District Major Damage Map (OZ)

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Portland East Bank Damage Map (OZ)

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Portland East Precinct Damage Map

Portland Northern Downtown Area (OZ)

Portland Oregon Riots / Outside Opportunity Zones Portland Proud Boy Rally / Riot

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Police Association Riot Damage Map

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North Central Portland Riot Damage

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Multnomah Sheriff’s Office Damage Map

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Portland ICE Riot Map

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Subscriber Resources:

Portland Oregon:

https://golocal.solari.com/mapping-the-portland-oregon-riots/