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The initial planning process with the Community Working Group involved the review of many older planning documents related to West Hayden Island as well as the creation of new technical studies done by consultants and staff.
Cultural resource analysis of West Hayden Island completed in March 1986.
Biological Assessment (BA) examined how the Port of Portland's proposed development may affect specific species.
Study of the cost of congestion in the Portland region funded by Metro, Portland Business Alliance and Port of Portland, November 2005.
Document presented by City Staff at CWG meeting 5-18-10 with addendum produced 5-28
This is the updated final Economic Foundation Study, from July 2010
This is the updated final Environmental Foundation Study, from July 2010
Consultant's Foundation Study for CWG Workshop
Consultant's Environmental Foundation Study for CWG Workshop, includes Eco-system Services and Restoration Modules
Extract of Executive Summary from the Economic Foundation Study
Extract of Executive Summary from the Environmental Foundation Study
Consultant's Summary integrating the Economic, Environmental and Recreation Studies
Consultant's Recreation Foundation Study for CWG Workshop
Environmental Impact Statement prepared for PGE marine industrial facility and filed with the Army Corps of Engineers.
Memo produced by the Port of Portland to consider opportunities for mitigation on Government Island produced for CWG consideration
Neighborhood plan for the eastern half of Hayden Island that promotes improved accessibility, livability and sustainability.
Produced by Martin & Associates for the Port of Portland
Assess Portland's demand for industrial land, supply of industrial land and the vacancy and absorption rates of industrial land.
Long-range plan to guide growth and development throughout the Metro region.
Statewide assessment of Oregon's ports by Booz, Allen and Hamilton for the Oregon Department of Economic Development.
Summary of some footprints and aerials of port facilities along the lower Columbia River
Study of impact of incresed international and domestic trade on the region's supply of and demand for trade supported infrastructure.
This summary presents a few examples of projects/plans that incorporated industrial development and natural resource preservation, as a response to a CWG Question
Washington Public Ports Association Marine Cargo Forecasts and performance assessments of the state's marine port transportation system.
Illustrates the 1997 program for developing WHI for marine industrial, habitat and recreation uses.
Updated Spring 2010
Memorandum produced by EnviroIssues for May 18th CWG Meeting
Oregon Consensus conducted a neutral assessment of issues related to potential development of 800 acres of Port property consisting of most of the west half of Hayden Island. Read more...
Introduction to the planning process, area plan, site background, comprehensive land use plan, zoning and public involvement
Provides natural resource inventories, analyzes conflicting uses, and refines Goal 5 protection plan.
Study of need for water dependent industrial land in the City of Portland and the Portland metropolitan area over the next 20 years.
Analysis of highway transportation and access issues associated with development of marine terminal facility on WHI.
Defines base zones for the island upon annexation into City and provides overview of public involvement, natural resources, planned development, economic and transportaton analyses.
Assesses and anylizes the proposed development plan against WHI natural resources and presents options for mitigating impacts.
Contract between City and Port of Portland for traffic engineering services.
Aquatic biology investigations conducted in the near shore areas to characterize the sediments and benthic invertebrate community inhabiting these areas.
Summary of planning decisions and the legal framework behind the policy decisions.
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