On Tuesday, July 26, the Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC) will hold the first of two public hearings on the Proposed Draft Central City 2035 Plan. Residents, property owners and other stakeholders will be able to share their input on this long range plan for growth and development along the Willamette River and in the city center for the next 20 years.
Planning and Sustainability Commission Public Hearing
Central City 2035 Plan
Tuesday, July 26, 5 p.m. and August 9, 5:30 p.m.
1120 SW 5th Avenue, Room C
Note: The 5 p.m. time on July 26 is a slight change from the original listing. Also, this location is different from the usual location of PSC meetings.
Learn how to testify to the PSC; read Tips for Effective Testimony.
The PSC also invites testimony on this proposal through August 9, 2016, in writing:
- Via the Map App: Testify about specific properties or transportation proposals through the Map App.
- By Email: Email your comments with “CC2035 Testimony” in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your full name and mailing address.
- By U.S. Mail:
Planning and Sustainability Commission
City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7100, Portland, OR 97201
Note: All testimony to the PSC is considered public record, and testifiers’ name, address and any other information included in the testimony will be posted on the website.
Following the PSC hearings, the Commission will hold a series of work sessions in the fall to work through specific topics in the CC2035 Plan. Commissioners may propose amendments before forwarding a Recommended Draft on to City Council.
We’re here to help! Call the Central City Helpline at 503-823-4286 or send an email to email@example.com.
Learn more by visiting the Central City 2035 Plan website and Map App.
If you own property in the Central City and zoning changes have been proposed for it, you should have received a Notice of Proposed Land Use Regulation from the City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability. If you have questions about how the proposals may affect your property, please contact Central City staff. The PSC will not be able to answer your questions about this notice.