1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
Our next meeting is on March 17th from 7-9pm in the Hawthorne Room in the Portland Building (8th Floor, 1120 SW 5th Ave). The agenda will be posted a week before the meeting!
Regular meeting time and place:
Third Tuesday of the month
7:00pm in The Portland Building (1120 SW 5th Ave), 8th Floor Hawthorne Room (NEW LOCATION!!!).
NOTE: For one of the summer meetings, the PAC traditionally braves the heat and takes to the street for an annual PAC Walking Tour, instead of a regular meeting. In December, the PAC often holds a joint meeting with the Bicycle Advisory Committee on the second Tuesday of the month. Check back for more info.
The PAC advises the City of Portland – particularly the Bureau of Transportation – on matters that encourage and enhance walking as a means of transportation, recreation, wellness and environmental enhancement. The PAC is a 9- to 15-person committee that represents a cross-section of Portlanders, including walking and mobility advocates, neighborhood activists, environmental design professionals and citizens-at-large.
The PAC meets the third Tuesday evening each month. Members are appointed to a 4-year term. PAC member activities include, but are not limited to, reviewing and making recommendations on:
Qualified individuals must:
Mission Statement for the Pedestrian Advisory Committee
October 31, 2000
The mission of the City of Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee is to act as advocates for pedestrians by:
The Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC) provides a forum for citizens to become involved in establishing goals and policies for pedestrians in the city and for the Bureau of Transportation's services. The group represents a cross-section of Portland citizens including walking and mobility advocates, neighborhood activities, environmental design professionals, and citizens-at-large. In addition, the Pedestrian Coordinator assists with the PAC's efforts to advocate for pedestrian issues both in house and in the community.
The Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee works to make Portland a better city for pedestrians. We advise City Council and City staff on transportation issues that affect pedestrians and the pedestrian environment. If these issues are of concern to you, consider applying to be a member of the City of Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
The Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee is a standing citizen advisory committee active since the early 1990s. The purpose of the Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee is to advise the Mayor and City Council and City departments on all matters that encourage and enhance walking as a means of transportation, recreation, wellness, and environmental enhancement.
Rebecca Hamilton (Co-Chair), Roger Averbeck (Co-Chair), Don Baack, Chase Ballew, Anthony Buczek, David Crout, Marianne Fitzgerald, Melissa Kaganovich, Arlene Kimura, Erin Kelley, Doug Klotz, Rod Merrick, Elizabeth Mros-O'Hara, Eve Nilenders, and Suzanne Stahl.
Staff contact or more information: Sara Schooley, Pedestrian Coodinator, 503-823-4589, email@example.com.
Crosswalk Traffic Engineering Safety Analysis
Links to Regional and State Grant Programs
Map of Multnomah Village Walk
Map of walking route highlighting existing, planned and potential pedestrian routes to South Waterfront
Crosswalks 101 - Presentation from March 2015 meeting
July 2014 - PAC Meeting Agenda
July 2014 - PAC Meeting Notes
The mission of the City of Portland Pedestrian Advisory Committee
October 2014 - PAC Meeting Agenda
PAC Agenda - December 2014
June 2014 Agenda
PAC Agenda - May 2014
PAC Agenda - November 2014
PAC Agenda 3-17-15
PAC letter requesting crosswalk enforcement actions - December 2014
Pedestrian Advisory Committee meeting notes and agendas
PAC Meeting Notes 06-17-14
PAC Meeting Notes 10-21-14
PAC Meeting Notes 9-16-14
The Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC) provides a forum for citizens to become involved in establishing goals and policies for pedestrians in the city and for the Office of Transportation's services.
September 2014 - PAC Meeting Agend