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CC2035 Symposium: Housing 2 This Friday

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Join the CC2035 team for the 2nd Housing and Community Development Symposium

Experts from a variety of areas will come together from 9a.m. - 12p.m. this Friday, November 12, to lead a Symposium on Housing and Community Development in Portland's Central City.

1900 SW 4th Avenue, Room 2500A

Portland, OR 97201

All community members are welcome to join staff and Stakeholder Advisory Group members to learn about and drill into tough issues, identify challenges and opportunities and brainstorm solutions.

Related Documents

  • Flyer with details about future Symposiums in the series

  • Background paper on Housing and Community Development in the Central City

For more information contact Troy Doss at 503-823-5857

Recap: November 15 Joint Open House

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An overview of the November 15 Joint Open House, which featured the draft Rose Quarter District Plan and the N/NE Quadrant and I-5 Broadway/Weidler Plans

The Joint Open House was located in the Memorial ColiseumOn Monday, November 15, nearly 150 Portlanders gathered in the atrium of Memorial Coliseum to learn about and comment on plans for the Rose Quarter, Lloyd District and Lower Albina.

Staff from the Rose Quarter and N/NE Quadrant projects were on hand to talk about the local transportation system, land use patterns, housing affordability, the Willamette River and other important issues. Attendees provided insightful comments on these issues and suggested ways to achieve our communal goals for Central City's N/NE Quadrant.

You can review the information presented at the Open House by browsing the project boards, which were on display in the Coliseum. In the coming weeks, we will post an overview of comments received at the Open House. Until then, feel free to check out the Rose Quarter Development Project's overview of the event and look through some photos from the event below.

If you have comments on the N/NE Quadrant and I-5 Broadway/Weidler Plans, feel free to leave them on this website or contact Stephanie Beckman at 503.823.6042 or

Fred Eberle (from ODOT) discusses I-5 and transportation issues with Open House attendeesOpen House attendees look over transportation maps of the area

Mayor Adams talks through Urban Design issues with Open House attendeesSallie Edmunds discusses the River Plan / Central Reach, and important aspect of Central City 2035 and the N/NE Quadrant Project