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Community members in Northeast Portland’s Cully neighborhood will soon collaborate on a plan to enhance their neighborhood business district. Beginning this month, the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS), in cooperation with the Bureau of Transportation, will engage with Cully folks to plan for the future of Cully Boulevard Main Street. Development of a local street plan for the neighborhood is also a key component of the project.
This one-year project will help create more neighborhood-serving commercial development, such as shops, restaurants and other amenities and services. The project will conclude with a report with zoning recommendations for the Cully Boulevard Main Street area and a local street plan. The street plan will identify opportunities for future street connections, ideas for new local street designs, and the community’s prioritization of local street improvements with ideas for funding. The report with recommendations will be presented to the Planning and Sustainability Commission and then to the City Council at public hearings in Spring 2012 for final action.
The Cully Main Street and Local Street Plans project implements high priority actions desired by the community that relate to economic development and improvements to local street infrastructure. An outgrowth of the Cully-Concordia Community Assessment Report and the Cully-Concordia Community Action Plan, this project addresses some of the key issues and opportunities to improve livability for residents, especially families with children. The bureau’s northeast district liaison worked closely with diverse community and agency stakeholders in the Cully (and Concordia) area for the past few years to develop the assessment report and action plan, and in 2008, City Council approved both.
The Cully Main Street and Local Street Plans project is funded in part by a grant from the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development’s Transportation and Growth Management Program.
For more information contact Debbie Bischoff, Senior Planner, at 503.823.6946 or email@example.com.
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