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On October 25, 2012, City Council voted unanimously to adopt the N/NE Quadrant Plan. The adoption by City Council followed a two-year planning process in which the diverse 30-member Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) worked with interested community members and land use and transportation planners to develop the plans. The plans were adopted by resolution, indicating the City Council’s support for their recommendations. Specific recommendations in the N/NE Quadrant Plan will go into effect once the entire Central City 2035 Plan (the update of the 1988 Central City Plan) is complete, expected in 2015. The I-5 Broadway/Weidler Facility Plan will go before the Oregon Transportation Commission for adoption in December, 2012.
A long-range land use, urban design and local transportation plan for the Lower Albina and Lloyd Districts of the Central City, and recommended improvements for the I-5 Broadway/Weidler freeway interchange.
Interactive map with detailed descriptions of the recommended zoning and building height changes
Find out more about what’s in the adopted N/NE Quadrant Plan
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