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Community Open House at Rigler School on Thursday, October 27

You're invited to an open house to learn about the Cully Main Street and Local Street Plans project. There you can give your feedback on the information collected so far and share your ideas about where the project should go from here.

You can help answer questions like:

  • Where should new opportunities for commercial uses go along the boulevard area?

  • How should new development occur to fit into the neighborhood and support new businesses?

  • What are the most important walking and biking routes in Cully and how should streets be improved?

Spanish language interpretation, on-site childcare and light refreshments will be provided free of charge. The open house also features a raffle with door prizes!

Staff have integrated community input with research about the Cully neighborhood to describe existing conditions and a business redevelopment analysis in the future main street area and for the local street system. With this information, the City and the community can start to understand what it will take to develop a thriving neighborhood main street and a safe, accessible local street system to serve the Cully community.

Open House for the Cully Main Street and Local Street Plans Project

Thursday, October 27th, 5 – 8 p.m.
Rigler School

5401 NE Prescott St

postcard in Spanish


Presented by the Cully Community, City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, and Portland Bureau of Transportation.

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