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Public invited to comment on draft N/NE Quadrant Plan June 28 at 5:30 p.m.

The N/NE Quadrant Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) has been working for over a year and a half to develop a district plan addressing land use, urban design and local transportation for the N/NE Quadrant of the Central City. Based on the SAC’s discussions and recommendations, City staff has prepared a draft N/NE Quadrant Plan that will be presented at the June 28 SAC meeting. The public is invited to attend and comment on the draft plan.

N/NE Quadrant Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting

Thursday, June 28, 2012

5:30 – 8:30 p.m. 

Presentation at 5:30 p.m.

Public comments welcomed at 6:30 p.m.

Calaroga Terrace Auditorium

1400 NE 2nd Avenue, Terrace Level, Portland, OR

 

Read the Draft N/NE Quadrant Plan (PDF)

 

Key Elements of the draft N/NE Quadrant Plan include:

  • District goals and policies for the Lloyd District and Lower Albina that will update the current 1988 Central City Plan.

  • Urban design concept diagrams that illustrate the future development pattern envisioned for the N/NE Quadrant.

  • Implementation actions needed to carry out the plan, such as changes to zoning and building height regulations, infrastructure projects and future studies.

After listening to public comments on the draft N/NE Quadrant Plan, the SAC will discuss and potentially take action to endorse the plan. Any revisions are expected to be incorporated prior to the SAC’s final recommendations on both the quadrant plan and draft I-5 Facility Plan, scheduled for their August 2nd meeting.

The meeting packet, including a detailed agenda, will be posted here, approximately one week prior to the meeting.

 

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