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Short summary of the Better Housing by Design Discussion Draft proposals.
Summary and analysis of draft Multi-Dwelling Zoning Code and Map amendments (comments due March 19)
Draft Multi-Dwelling Zoning Code text and commentary
Summary of Comprehensive Plan policies related to the multi-dwelling zones
Graphics and summary information from modeling of the draft development standards for each multi-dwelling zone
Discussion Draft map of proposed multi-dwelling zones and design overlay expansion.
Comments due by March 19, 2018
Presents concepts for new multi-dwelling zoning code regulations (comments due August 7, 2017)
Information on project meetings and events, street connectivity analysis, and urban heat islands
Public Meetings and Events – Summary Notes and Comments
System-level Connectivity Analysis and Concepts – Jade District and Rosewood Centers
Climate Change and Urban Heat
Background information, project topic summary, and outline of design issues in the multi-dwelling zones. Provides a foundation for public discussion and the development of implementation tools such as the Zoning Code and street connectivity approaches.
Includes sections on policy analysis, zoning history, street connectivity, demographics, study areas and other topics.
General information handout, updated February 2017
Report from a series of background reports for the Portland Plan focused on the qualities of place, and describing Portland's neighborhood pattern areas
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT), in partnership with the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability and Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), developed the Division-Midway Neighborhood Street Plan
The Powell-Division Transit and Development Project (Powell-Division) is intended to bring new regional transit and supporting development to Southeast Portland, East Portland and Gresham in five to seven years
In 2007, the City of Portland invited architects from around the world to share ideas on the design possibilities of housing oriented to shared courtyards
A pilot project of The Portland Plan
A guide for improving livability in outer East Portland
This initiative aimed to increase healthy eating and active living for children and families living in affordable housing communities in Portland
The Infill Design Project’s objective was to improve the design of multidwelling and rowhouse development in neighborhoods outside Portland’s Central City.