The West Quadrant Plan will provide detailed planning for Central City areas on the west side of the Willamette River. The effort is part of the broader Central City 2035 project to update the 1988 Central City Plan.
Stakeholder Advisory Committee
The West Quadrant Plan work has started and the first meeting of the newly formed Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) is coming up on March 11th. All meetings are open to the public and will have time for public comments. Meeting materials will posted approximately 7-10 days in advance on the project website.
Also coming up in March are two public events for the Old Town/Chinatown area of the Central City. The Community Planning Forum will present perspectives on the future of the area, include a public discussion on issues and opportunities, and generate ideas for the Charrette. The Charrette will follow a week later and will develop land use and urban design alternatives for the area and will inform the larger West Quadrant Plan process.
The West Quadrant Plan will be guided by the SAC. A range of land use, urban design, transportation, environmental and economic development issues will be discussed – resulting in policy recommendations to guide future investment and development in the River District (including the Pearl District and Old Town/Chinatown), Downtown, Goose Hollow, University District and South Waterfront areas of the Central City.
Other public events during the West Quadrant Plan will include open houses, community meetings, working groups, and specific efforts targeted at smaller subareas – each of these presents an opportunity for community members to get involved, ask questions, provide feedback, and contribute to shaping the future of the area. To learn more about upcoming events, check out the West Quadrant Plan calendar. We hope to see you in the coming months!