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Neighborhood Involvement

Building inclusive, safe and livable neighborhoods and communities.

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BIP #9 Background Materials

BIP #9 Final Toolkit for Pilot

Part of BIP #9's Final Report to the BIP Implementation Team Meeting on November 2, 2006

BIP #9 Complete Toolkit

Draft final product for BIP #9: Questions, Spectrum, and Tools by Category

BIP #9 DRAFT Public Involvement Spectrum

Last edited by BIP #9 at July 26, 2006 Meeting

BIP #9 Public Involvement Tools, by category

Handout from May 31, 2006 Meeting

BIP #9 Revised List of Questions

Questions agreed to at March 29, 2006 Meeting & Amended Title from July 26, 2006 Meeting

History of Neighborhood Needs Assessment

Handout from April 26, 2006 BIP #9 Meeting

Outreach & Involvement Handbook for City Bureaus

DRAFT 3rd Edition of Handbook, a joint effort of citizens and bureau staff

Western Area Power Adminstration Public Involvement Framework

Link to a sample public involvement matrix

Moreland Council Consultation Framework, May 2000

Link to a sample public involvement matrix

Warringah Council Community Consultation Matrix

Full report by Warringah Council - excerpt was handed out at September 28, 2005 Meeting

PDC Public Participation Policy & Manual

Link to Portland Development Commission's public involvement tools

Adopted Citizen Involvement Principles

Link to principles adopted by the Portland City Council on February 7, 1996

Summary of Public Involvement Taskforce Recommendations

Draft recommendations by previous task force, handout at the August 31, 2005 Team Meeting

Summary of Proposed Updates to Adopted Public Involvement Principles

Updates to Principles proposed by previous task force, handout at the August 31, 2005 Team Meeting

Public Involvement Taskforce

Link to past work done on public involvement in the City of Portland

Community Governance Resource Kit

Examples of community governance

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