Eat and drink like a local or dine all over the world
Our two Portland Roasting cafés serve organic coffee, beverages, fresh bakery goods, assorted oatmeal breakfasts, yogurt, and sandwiches.
And it doesn’t get more Portland than the Stir Bistro and Lounge, a full service restaurant with a menu focused exclusively on local flavors and specialties. If you like microbrews, Oregon wine or homegrown spirits, Stir has it!
For heartier appetites, our concession offerings range from delicious stir-fry to mouth-watering pizza or nachos, all made to satisfy. Enjoy!
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Please recycle–and compost!
Spend some time at the OCC and you'll soon catch on that we’re "greener" than most event venues.
You'll encounter options to recycle and compost items you no longer want or can't keep, so please sort them carefully into the receptacles we provide.
If you have a reusable bottle for your water, look for the bottle fill stations at our water fountains too!
Wireless internet access is available throughout the convention center. Complimentary Wi-Fi service is available in many of our common areas.
Individual pay-as-you-go Wi-Fi service: Basic service is available for $12 per day, Business Class service for $50 per day, with your credit card payment. Customer support is provided on site.
For large groups or conference networks, contact our Technology Services Manager.
Self-service business center
A self-service business center is located on the Oregon Ballroom level (Level 2, North Side), near our Operations Department offices.
Services include: Computers with internet access and computer printing (both black and white and color).
The business center is open during our regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and during events.
OCC does not provide any shipping services.
The nearest shipping services are available at FedEx Office Print & Ship Center, located at 1605 NE 7th Avenue. The phone number is 503-284-2129.
For more information and directions, please visit their website.
You'll find three ATMs conveniently located within the facility:
- Gingkoberry Concourse, to the right of the entry doors.
- MLK Lobby, in the elevator alcove.
- Exhibit Hall A Lobby.
All of the OCC grounds are in compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. We have elevators, restrooms, concessions and telephones designed to accommodate the needs of those with physical and non-physical impairments.
If you need mobility assistance to make your visit easier or more comfortable, please stop by our Administration Office on Level 2 to rent a wheelchair or electric scooter.
Equipment is available on a first come, first served basis.
Accessible restroom facilities are available in our public areas, including family and gender neutral restrooms. Some are even kind of famous for the artwork inside!
Suites for nursing mothers
OCC provides two Mamava nursing suites. These private and secure suites are located near the A and E Meeting Rooms on Level 1.
The suites are ADA-compatible with a comfortable seating area and are equipped with standard AC power outlets and USB charger ports.
Note: All Mamava suites come with a Bluetooth SmartLock that syncs with Mamava’s mobile app. Download the app at mamava.com/mobile-app.
You may also request a door code for entry from our receptionists in the Administration Office on Level 2 and by calling 503-235-7575.
First aid and medical attention
The facility has two fully equipped first aid rooms, one located in the Exhibit Hall A Lobby and the other outside Exhibit Hall E.
An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is on site during events with attendance over 1,000 or when otherwise deemed appropriate for the safety of attendees.
EMTs may be contacted by picking up any house phone and dialing “0” or by alerting any OCC staff member.
The building also has multiple defibrillator stations (AEDs) located in public spaces for immediate response to a medical emergency.
Lost and found
Sometimes you just forget where you set your phone, or you leave your coat on the back of a chair. Lost and found items are tagged, cataloged and stored for 30 days. After that, unclaimed items are donated.
If you’ve lost something, call OCC Administration at 503-235-7575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please provide a detailed description of the item you lost. Also, if you happen to have a photo of your missing item, including it will help us to identify it too.
Public art walking tour
The convention center houses a unique and diverse collection of art valued at well over $2 million dollars. Discover our not-so-hidden art treasures during your visit! Stop by the Visitor Information Center for a copy of our self-guided art walking tour or download one right now.
Can you point me in the right direction?
It's a big place. We understand.
If you're having trouble finding a location in the building, our maps may be helpful...
Or look around for any OCC staff member to assist you. (If we don't see you first!)
Know Before You Go
With a little advance planning, your visit to the OCC will be fun and worry-free.
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