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Updated - CC2035 Events: Your chance to learn, contribute

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Upcoming opportunities provide you with a chance to learn about issues in Portland's Central City and offer feedback on the current state of plans for its future.

After two successful Housing and Community Development symposiums, Central City 2035 (CC2035) continues its series of public events in 2011. With these symposiums, you have a chance to learn about and contribute to the future of Portland's Central City.

The development of a Concept Plan for the Central City is organized around six integrated themes:

  • Economic Vitality
  • Housing and Community Development
  • Urban Design
  • Mobility
  • The Willamette River
  • Civic and Cultural Life

The next two opportunities to learn more about Portland's Central City are:

The Willamette River Symposium

February 4, 2011

9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

1900 SW 4th Ave., Room 2500A

Mobility Symposium

February 11, 2011

9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

1900 SW 4th Ave., Room 2500A

Take a look at the CC2035 calendar of events for all of the future opportunities for you to learn more about and contribute to CC2035.

The CC2035 team will make reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. Please notify us no fewer than five (5) business days prior to the event by phone 503-823-7700, by the TTY line at 503-823-6868 or by the Oregon Relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.

Planning and Sustainability Commission recommends adoption of Portland Plan background reports and maps

Portland's Planning and Sustainability Commission voted today (Dec. 14, 2010) to accept the maps and reports that comprise a planning inventory. This inventory will not be fully complete until spring of 2011, but the Commission viewed it as complete and accurate enough to proceed with the next step—a planning analysis for the city.

The commission requested that information on jobs, employment land and air quality (particularly toxic hot spots) feature more prominently in the final inventory. It also requested that staff proactively notify and engage the Land Use Committee of each neighborhood association to get their feedback prior to further action in the spring and suggested that staff organize a couple of information sessions before the spring hearing series, specifically to provide more information on both air quality and jobs/employment land availability issues.

Inspiring Communites - Re-imagining (E)quality with Dr. Agyeman

Dr. Julian Agyeman from Tufts University spoke to a large crowd of Portlanders at the Hollywood Theatre on December 15.

Dr. Agyeman

Dr. Julian Agyeman from Tufts University spoke to a large crowd of Portlanders at the Hollywood Theatre on December 15. Referencing his research on spatial justice and inter-culturalism, Agyeman told the audience, "If you ask the right questions, you'll get the right answers." Panelists Jonathan Oster from OPAL, Polo Catalani from the City's Office of Human Relations and the Urban League's Marcus Mundy shared the stage and answered questions from the audience about how to ensure more people of color can influence the civic decision-making process. Amalia Alarcon de Morris, director of the Office of Neighborhood Involvement moderated.

Learn more about the Portland Plan - Inspiring Communities Series

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N/NE Quadrant SAC #3: Meeting Summary

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A summary of the N/NE Quadrant Project Stakeholder Advisory Committee's third meeting on December 9, 2010

The N/NE Quadrant Project Stakeholder Advisory Committee met for the third time on Thursday, December 9th. Highlights from the meeting include:

  • A presentation by Cathy Galbraith of the Bosco-Milligan Foundation on the results of survey work done on buildings of historical significance to Portland's African-American community;

  • Discussion of the project scope, with particular interest expressed about the parameters set for I-5 freeway improvements; and

  • Discussion and refinement of draft project goals that will be used to guide recommendations made by the Committee during the planning process.

The meeting agenda and materials are available here. Full notes from the meeting will also be available on the Stakeholder Advisory Committee's (SAC) page on this website once they're approved at the next SAC meeting.

The next SAC meeting is on January 20 from 5:30 - 8:30 at Calaroga Terrace, 1400 NE 2nd Avenue.

Special thanks to the Calaroga Terrace Retirement Community, which donated the meeting space and refreshments. Calaroga Terrace is located within the N/NE Quadrant Project's planning area.