GENERAL INFORMATION: 503-823-7404
1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 600, Portland, OR 97204
We have offered several opportunities for community members to learn more about this project and weigh in with feedback. The bureau hosted walking tours at the park, provided information about the project at two public meetings, and has created this project website to share more information and offer ongoing updates.
This outreach is not required as part of the land use review process. We have designed this outreach to help community members learn more about the project and to help those who want to submit feedback for the land use review process get the information they need.
Future of the Reservoirs
Portland Parks & Recreation Commissioner Amanda Fritz will lead the public involvement process for the future of this part of the park. She has not yet indicated when the process will begin. When more information about this process is available, updates will be posted to both the Water Bureau and Parks & Recreation Bureau websites, and the City will send out public notices.
During April and May 2014, the Portland Water Bureau offered guided walking tours of the proposed work areas in Mt. Tabor Park. The tours – conducted by Water Bureau staff – explored work areas and explained the proposed project’s scope. Although no further guided walking tours are scheduled at this time, the public is encouraged to use the self-guided tour brochure with map to visit the proposed work areas in the park.
The public can also visit the proposed work areas in Mt. Tabor Park using the self-guided tour brochure with map.
The Water Bureau held two community meetings where Portland Water Bureau staff presented to the public details on the proposed Mt. Tabor Reservoir Project. The first public meeting was held on Tuesday, May 6 and the second meeting on Wednesday, June 11. Both meetings were at Warner Pacific College, 2219 SE 68th Avenue, McGuire Auditorium.
Land Use Review Application Process
The City of Portland's Bureau of Development Services (BDS) administers the land use review application process. When BDS has determined that the application is complete, the bureau will send notice of a public hearing in front of the Historic Landmarks Commission.
When BDS issues notice of the hearing, the public comment period opens. In order to submit a comment that will be part of the official record, interested community members and other stakeholders are welcome to offer testimony at the hearing or submit comments by mail or email. If comments are submitted, please reference the Land Use Review number which will be posted here after application submittal.
Visit the 11 proposed work areas in Mt. Tabor Park using the self-guided tour brochure with map.