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Central City 2035

  • Central City: The Heart of Portland Healthy cities need healthy hearts. And Portland’s Central City is the heart of the metropolitan region, with the densest population of people and jobs in Oregon. View the Discussion Draft of the Central City 2035 Plan.

  • Learn about the CC2035 Plan What is the Central City 2035 Plan, and where are we in the process?

Central City 2035 (CC2035) will update the plan and policies for downtown and central areas of Portland, Oregon. CC2035 will address challenges and opportunities in the Central City to ensure this unique economic, transportation, cultural and educational hub will be a vibrant resource for all Portlanders over the next 25 years.

CC2035 will also include an update to the Willamette Greenway Plan for the Central Reach, integrating the vibrant, multi-purpose Willamette riverfront into the Central City's future.

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  1. Feb 9

    The Central City 2035 Plan Discussion Draft is released, revealing a fresh vision for the heart of the city just in time for Valentine’s Day

    This new long-range plan for Portland’s urban core includes goals, policies, maps and code to ensure a prosperous, healthy, equitable and resilient Central City for all.

  2. Jul 31

    City Council approves long-range plan to guide growth and development in Portland’s Central Eastside

    With a supply-side solution to providing land for jobs, the plan ensures this unique industrial district will remain a viable location for manufacturing, industrial services and emerging technologies.

  3. Jul 17

    City Council Holds First Public Hearing on SE Quadrant Plan

    Second hearing on July 29 will allow more people a chance to testify

  4. Jun 11

    Recommended Draft Southeast Quadrant Plan Gets Nine Thumbs Up

    Planning and Sustainability Commission votes to send the plan to City Council; public invited to testify at public hearing on July 8

  5. Jun 2

    City Council to Hold Public Hearing on the Multnomah County Health Department Headquarters Project

    Public invited to testify on proposed height changes to accommodate new health services building in Old Town/Chinatown