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Curbside Hotline: 503-823-7202
1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7100, Portland, OR 97201
Printable version of the February 2013 Comprehensive Plan Update E-News
Barbur Concept Plan — hearing / recommendation; West Hayden Island Draft Plan — work session
An archive of meeting minutes, documents and audio recordings of all Planning and Sustainability Commission meetings are available at http://efiles.portlandoregon.gov/webdrawer/search/rec?sm_clastext=Planning%20and%20Sustainability%20Commission&sort1=rs_dateCreated&count&rows=50.
Learn about planning issues and opportunities in the West Quadrant of the Central City, and share your thoughts about its future
The West Quadrant Reader, a short newspaper-like document outlining issues, opportunities and ideas for Portland’s West Quadrant, is now available in tabloid-size print or on the web — along with an online survey. The WQP Reader is part of the first phase of the West Quadrant planning process. It’s a starting point for the public conversation about the West Quadrant and will help people provide feedback via the online survey. It will also guide the Stakeholder Advisory Committee discussions in their first few meetings.
You can share your ideas and preferences for the West Quadrant areas, including the Pearl District, Old Town/Chinatown, Goose Hollow, the West End, Downtown, South Downtown and South Waterfront by filling out the West Quadrant Issues and Opportunities Survey, available online through May 10, 2013. The survey seeks community input on topics such as housing, transportation and neighborhood services. Your responses will help the West Quadrant team outline directions for the West Quadrant Plan.
For print copies of the West Quadrant Reader — or to schedule a presentation about the project to your community groups — please contact Elisa Hamblin at (503) 823-9714 or via email at email@example.com.
PEG members will provide feedback on draft Comprehensive goals and policies – particularly those which contribute directly and indirectly to the social and physical well-being of youth as well as their academic success.
March 12, 2013, 12:30 p.m., 1900 SW 4th Ave Room 2500A. The public is invited to attend.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 11, 2013
Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
PORTLAND, Ore. — On Tuesday, March 12, 2013, the Planning and Sustainability Commission will hold a public hearing to consider proposed code amendments for new apartments and parking. The public is invited to attend.
WHAT: Planning and Sustainability Commission Public Hearing on New Apartments and Parking Proposed Zoning Code Amendments
WHERE: 1900 SW 4th Ave, Room 2500A, Portland, OR 97201
WHY: In the last year, there has been an increase in new multi-dwelling buildings along commercial streets in Portland's close-in neighborhoods, including projects that do not include off-street parking. These projects are being built under current City policies and Zoning Code provisions. Some community members have reacted with concern about the number of these projects and lack of parking, while others have expressed support for current policy. At the direction of City Council, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability staff have put together the proposed code amendments, which are focused on creating minimum parking standards for new large multi-unit buildings.
Read the proposal: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/434428.
The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is committed to providing equal access to information and hearings. If you need special accommodation, please call 503-823-7700, the City’s TTY at 503-823-6868, or the Oregon relay Service at 1-800-735-2900.
The City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS), www.portlandoregon.gov/bps develops innovative and practical solutions to create and enhance a prosperous, educated, healthy and equitable city. The bureau provides: Citywide strategic and comprehensive land use planning; neighborhood, district, economic, historic and environmental research, planning and urban design; policy and services to advance energy efficiency, green building, waste reduction, composting and recycling, solar and renewable energy use, and local sustainable food production; as well as actions to mitigate and adapt to climate change.