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Brooklyn Station Areas Project Kicks Off – Join the conversation!

brooklyn neighborhoodThe Brooklyn Station Areas project is kicking off. A working group will guide the discussion over three meetings, starting in January 2014. Additional meetings will be scheduled, if necessary, to continue the community discussion. The meetings will be open format - anyone can attend and fully participate. We encourage you to join in the conversation! 

 
Brooklyn Station Areas Working Group Meetings

Location: Meals on Wheels People at Sacred Heart Villa, Community Room (3925 SE Milwaukie Ave) 

  • Meeting 1: Thursday, Jan. 9 — 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Meeting 2: Thursday, Jan. 30 — 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Meeting 3: Thursday, Feb. 27 — (time tbd, tentative date)

 

Project background

The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is working on developing land use, transportation and urban design strategies for the close-in SE station areas on the Portland Milwaukie Light Rail line - OMSI,Clinton, Rhine and Holgate.

Draft ideas for the station areas were developed over the summer with public input through the Inner SE Station Areas process. These ideas are now being refined through two separate processes. The Rhine and Holgate ideas will be refined through the Brooklyn Station Areas project that is just getting started. OMSI and Clinton ideas will be addressed through the SE Quadrant Plan.

 

Questions?

Please visit the project website or contact staff to learn more:

Brooklyn Station Areas website: www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/brooklynstationareas

Contact Staff:  Diane Hale (503) 823-2281 or diane.hale@portlandoregon.gov

 

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