Portland’s diverse communities can learn about the City’s plan for growth over the next 25 years
Portland is growing, and the City expects another 250,000 people by 2035. Many of these new residents will be from other cultures and countries.
The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth and development over the next 25 years. Guided by the Portland Plan, it will help ensure that Portland becomes more prosperous, healthy, educated, equitable and resilient for all Portlanders. So it’s important to reach as many community members as possible to create this plan, including those whose first language is not English.
The Mini Companion Guide provides a summary of the goals and directions in the plan, as well as an introduction to the new online “Map App” and the Citywide Systems Plan.
The Map App allows the public to see the same maps and information that City staff do from the comfort of their own home or favorite coffee shop. It comes with the Google Translator, featuring instant translation into dozens of languages from around the world. With the tool, viewers can see different map layers, such as “public transit,” “parks” and “communities of color.” Viewers can combine layers to create their own maps and share their ideas via email, Facebook and Twitter. They can also comment directly on the maps and view the comments of others.
The Mini Companion Guide is available in Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Vietnamese (click on the images below to view the entire document). Don’t miss this chance to shape the future of Portland. Make sure the Comprehensive Plan reflects the population of our growing and changing city by sharing the “Mini” with your family, friends, colleagues and neighbors.