There are many ways to stay informed and take part in the Comprehensive Plan Update.
Read the Proposed Draft
Read the Proposed Draft of the Comprehensive Plan update, which includes changes to land use, transportation and infrastructure that will help us grow in centers and corridors, create more jobs, address natural hazards and City service gaps, and help make Portland a more livable city.
The Proposed Draft is now being considered by the Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC), which is scheduled to vote on a Recommended Draft to send to City Council in late Spring or early Summer.
- The comment period for the Proposed Draft closed on March 13, 2015.
Staff is now processing all comments received by then for consideration by the PSC, which will send a Recommended Draft Comprehensive Plan to City Council in early summer. The public may begin submitting testimony to City Council then.
- Call the Helpline
We’re here to help! The Comprehensive Plan Helpline is available to answer your questions Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call us at 503-823-0195 or visit 1900 SW 4th Ave, 7th floor.
- Visit us during walk-in hours
The District Liaisons (planners who work with community partners in five areas of the City) will be holding drop-in Comprehensive Plan office hours at various locations throughout the city this summer.
- Check the News and Updates blog
The News and Updates blog is your best source for project news and announcements. We’ll be updating this page frequently with project news, agendas for upcoming meetings, draft proposals and other information.
- Sign up for the Comprehensive Plan Update E-News — Join our list
The Comprehensive Plan Update E-news is a monthly e-newsletter with updates about the City of Portland’s Comprehensive Plan Update. See past issues.
- Subscribe to our RSS feeds
If you use an RSS reader, such as Google Reader, BlogLines or My Yahoo!, you can subscribe to the Comprehensive Plan Update’s RSS feeds and automatically receive updates about the project. We offer three RSS feeds to stay informed: all project updates, just the news and just the calendar.
- Subscribe to our social media channels
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