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Planning and Sustainability

Innovation. Collaboration. Practical Solutions.

Phone: 503-823-7700

Curbside Hotline: 503-823-7202

1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7100, Portland, OR 97201

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Open House Display Boards

Board 1: Introduction

CC2035 Plan vision, overview, district map

Board 2: What's in the Plan?

Contents for Volumes 1-5

Board 3: Big Ideas

These six ideas helped inform development of the Plan

Board 4: Zoning Map Changes

Most of the Central City is zoned to allow a mix of complementary uses

Board 5: Floor Area Ratio (FAR) Changes

The Plan proposes only a few changes to existing minimum FARs

Board 6: Bonuses, Transfers and Affordable Housing

The quadrant planning process identified the need to update bonus and transfer options to align with the priorities of affordable housing and historic preservation

Board 7: Existing Maximum Heights

Map showing current maximum height limits without bonuses

Board 8: Proposed Building Maximum Heights

Proposal preserves the same general pattern of maximum heights without bonuses that exists today

Board 9: Proposed Maximum Heights including Eligible Height Increases

New map that shows maximum building heights that may be achieved through additional bonuses and transfers

Board 10: River Overlay Zone and Top of Bank

Map showing proposed changes to river and riparian areas

Board 11: Next Steps

Timeline for the CC2035 Plan, how to submit comments

Board 12: PBOT – Proposed TSP Street Classifications

Pedestrian, bicycle, transit, freight and other street maps for the Central City

Board 13: PBOT – Proposed TSP Projects List

Identifies transportation projects and their potential costs

Board 14: PBOT – Central City Parking Regulations

Overview and goals, key parking policy proposals

Board 15: PBOT – Multimodal Mixed-Use Area

A new designation that will help the city facilitate growth

Board 16: PBOT – Transportation Demand Management

Reduces traffic and parking impacts by requiring pre-approved plans