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The Neighborhood Centers PEG will explore how neighborhood centers and corridors can accommodate new growth, provide necessary commercial and community services, and be designed to enhance the character of their local communities. This PEG may explore the location, roles and characteristics of neighborhood centers and corridors, along with related housing, neighborhood economic development, urban design and historic preservation policies. It may also consider transportation and other infrastructure priorities for centers and corridors. (Implementing the Equity Framework, Thriving Educated Youth, Economic Prosperity and Affordability, and Healthy Connected City strategy of the Portland Plan)
Roster, contacts, proposed topics and general meeting schedule for the Neighborhood Centers Policy Expert Group
Background materials, proposals and other documents related to Neighborhood Centers
A study on how to assess gentrification risk in Portland neighborhoods
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