After a June 2016 public release, a multi-evening summer public hearing process and seven work sessions through the fall and winter, the Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC) will hold its final work session about the city’s new plan for Portland’s urban core.
On April 11 the PSC will finish its discussion about how floor area ratio (FAR) is allocated when inclusionary housing is triggered, especially on large multi-block sites. The Commission discussed this topic at length on March 14 and asked staff to do some additional analysis for them to consider.
The PSC will also talk about a proposed standard for temporary swimming platforms. These platforms would be anchored off shore for the river swimming season and then removed and stored.
The meeting materials for these topics are available here.
Coming up: The vote!
On May 23 the Commission will vote on the final CC2035 Plan as amended.
Please check the PSC calendar to confirm dates, times and other details prior to the event. You can also view the work session (streamed live or recorded) on the BPS YouTube channel. For more information about the work sessions, please visit the CC2035 PSC work session overview page.
Meeting playbacks on Channel 30 are scheduled to start the Friday following the meeting. Starting times may occur earlier for meetings over three hours long, and meetings may be shown at additional times as scheduling requires.