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The Draft Central City 2035 Concept Plan is now available!

Together the Central City 2035 (CC2035) Steering Committee and BPS staff are proud to announce the release of the CC2035 Concept Plan. The plan comes after two years of stakeholder involvement and public outreach and charts a course for Portland’s future over the coming decades. The CC2035 Concept Plan outlines policies and directions that provide high-level guidance for the city center’s growth and development. It emphasizes the important role the city center plays for the region and is intended to guide development of four detailed quadrant plans within the Central City (N/NE, SE, NW and SW).

You can download a copy of the CC2035 Concept Plan or contact project staff via email at cc2035@portlandoregon.gov. Hard copies can be mailed by calling (503) 823-9714 or picked up at an upcoming event, including the two below. Come ask questions, get info and enjoy these neighborhood events.

Saturday, August 18

Multnomah Days

Thursday, August 23

Plaza Palooza

The Concept Plan will be presented to the Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission at a hearing on September 11th after 12:30 p.m. The public is invited to submit testimony to the PSC in person or in writing. Tips for testifying are available online.

There will be another opportunity for public testimony and comment at a City Council hearing, tentatively scheduled for October.

For questions or comments about the CC2035 Concept Plan, please contact project staff at cc2035@portlandoregon.gov.

 

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