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Summary sheet describing project scope, process, timeline, and the three topic areas.
Who, what, when, where and why?
Answers frequently asked questions and clarifies status of project timeline and proposals
Includes a review of different types of zoning codes, and includes approaches used by other cities, as well as some observations about Portland’s code
Shows the Comprehensive Plan Update recommended areas of centers and corridors.
Events to learn about the Residential Infill Project’s Draft Proposals and give your feedback.
Powerpoint presented an the public open house that followed the Stakeholder Advisory Committee Charrette on Jan. 21, 2016.
Salient sections from the Portland Plan Background Report related to single dwelling residential area patterns and form
Shows frequent transit routes, proposed centers and single dwelling zoned areas as well as the 500-foot buffer from frequent bus lines and 1500-foot buffer from light rail stations where parking is not required for single dwelling development.
Includes photos and basic data about alternative types of residential units that could be explored as part of the Residential Infill Project.
Working document that describes project, community engagement process, public engagement techniques, decision process and engagement schedule of the Residential Infill Project.
Printable version of the online questionnaire for draft proposals
Shows basic areas and percentages of land area for Industrial, Commercial, Multi-dwelling, Single-Dwelling and Open Space zoning.
This short excerpt from the Comp Plan update describes the principles of economic prosperity, human health, environmental health, equity, resilience in addition to infrastructure investment.
Shows residential development in all zones from 2010 to 2015.
Shows areas of vacant lots or lots with additional unit capacity.
Lots in single dwelling zones that are currently less than 36 feet wide.
Powerpoint presentation includes project background and context, project topics, draft proposals for scale of houses, housing types and historically narrow lots, and next steps
Information pertaining to the SAC member composition and recruitment
Illustrates how the city intends to grow, how people will experience the public spaces within it and how different places in the city can be enhanced
Summarizes highlights of SAC discussions (Sept. 2015- June 2016) includes areas of general agreement, housing diversity perspective and neighborhood context perspective