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Phone: 503-823-7700

Fax: 503-823-7800

1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7100, Portland, OR 97201

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About the Community Involvement Committee

The Community Involvement Committee (CIC) was chartered to review and make recommendations on the community involvement efforts for the entire Periodic Review process, including the Portland Plan and the Comprehensive Plan Update.

The CIC reviews past involvement efforts and results and previews upcoming involvement approaches and activities. The committee makes recommendations to the Planning & Sustainability Commission (PSC) and staff on ways to continue or improve its public involvement activities so they meet the overall goals of the public involvement work program.

Meeting Schedule
Community Involvement Committee (CIC) meetings are held once a quarter on a Wednesday, from 8-10 a.m. at the 1900 Building, Conference Room 2500A on the 2nd Floor (1900 SW 4th Avenue). Quarterly, there are evening meetings from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the same location. Please refer to the Meeting and Events Calendar page for the exact time. For transit directions, we recommend TriMet Trip Planner. For driving and biking directions, we recommend Google Maps. There is on-street metered parking and a parking garage located beneath the building. Check our News and Updates page for more information including meeting agendas and minutes.

List of Members
The Community Involvement Committee was established in 2009. Read more about the members of the CIC.

Paula Amato
Jason Barnstead-Long
Denisre Barrett
Christina Blaser
Judy BlueHorse Skelton
Lois Cohen
Jessica Conner
Kenneth Doswell
Anyeley Hallova
Linda Nettekoven
Stanley Penkin
Howard Shapiro, Chair
Simphiwe Laura Stewart
Peter Stark
Alison Stoll
Jovan Young

Staff Contact
Marty Stockton, Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
marty.stockton@portlandoregon.gov or (503) 823-2041

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