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Portland Plan to be presented at City Council hearing on Wednesday, April 18 at 6 p.m.

Dozens of partner representatives and community members to testify

After two-plus years, dozens of workshops and fairs, hundreds of meetings with community groups, and incorporating more than 20,000 comments, the Portland Plan is heading to City Council for a public hearing. Many thanks to the countless numbers of Portlanders who contributed to the plan and gave their time, energy and resources to help make it happen. Now it's time to take it to the finish line!

Public hearing on Portland Plan – Recommended Draft

Wednesday, April 18, 6 p.m.

Portland City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave, Council Chambers, Second Floor

All members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend. If you are unable to come to the hearing in person, feel free to stream it live from this website or tune into cable Channel 30 for a live broadcast.

Many agency partners have signed up to testify, including representatives from several City bureaus, the Planning and Sustainability Commission, Multnomah County, Portland Public Schools, Portland State University, David Douglas School District, the Port of Portland, the business community and nonprofit agencies.

You can share your thoughts about the Portland Plan with the City Council, too. All comments on the Portland Plan - Recommended Draft must be provided to the Council Clerk to become part of the official record -- either in person at the hearing or by mail or email.

By mail/hand delivery
Council Clerk, Karla Moore-Love
Re: Portland Plan
1221 SW 4th Avenue, Room 140
Portland, OR 97204


By email


Have a question? Please call Marty Stockton at 503-823-1303.

The Portland Plan is a strategic roadmap to guide our community over the next 25 years. Developed to respond to some of Portland’s most pressing challenges, including income disparities, high unemployment, a low high school graduation rate, and environmental and human health concerns, the Portland Plan charts a course that is practical, strategic and community focused.

City Council will consider the plan and listen to partner agency and public testimony in advance of a vote to adopt the plan. Council will meet again about the Portland Plan on Wednesday, April 25.


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The City of Portland is committed to providing equal access to information. If you need accommodations, please contact us by phone 503-823-7700, by the city’s TTY at 503-823-6868 or by the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.

CC2035 Steering Committee Visualizes the Concept Plan

The Central City 2035 Steering Committee viewed a graphic representation of the Concept Plan on April 5th.

During its fifth meeting, the Central City 2035 Steering Committee reviewed storyboards illustrating the draft Concept Plan. The storyboards include a planning framework, an urban design concept, and a diagram illustrating connections between the Central City 2035 Concept Plan, quadrant level plans, the Portland Plan, and the Comprehensive Plan. The Concept Plan will be refined as the steering committee identifies critical moves and implementation tools. Members suggested changes to the draft policy framework, shifting some elements to quadrant level plans or the Comprehensive Plan as the Steering Committee clarified the scope and purpose of the Central City Concept Plan.

Read the meeting minutes to catch up on the conversation. The Steering Committee will meet again on April 26 to review a revised version of the draft Concept Plan.

For questions or comments about the meeting or the CC2035 Concept Plan, please contact Troy Doss at (503) 823-5857 or by email at