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The following links provide access to reference materials that relate to the information highlighted in this website.

Comp Plan provides general direction for City decision-making on land use, transportation, parks, sewer and water systems, natural resources, and air and water quality management programs.

visionPDX is a community-driven effort to create a shared vision for the next 30 years and beyond. The resulting vision will guide decisions and actions by community members, nonprofits, businesses and Portland government.

Progress Board Benchmarks were developed by the Portland Multnomah Progress Board to aid in monitoring progress on community-wide goals; identify major trends in the community; and serve as a catalyst for government, business, and community groups to improve conditions.

Cascadia Scorecard 2006 is an index of sustainability for the Northwest, developed by the Sightline Institute. It tracks the region's performance on eight key trends, including sprawl and transportation, environment, economy, and population.