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Community Connect's Final Report: A City for All of Us - More Voices, Better Solutions
THIS VERSION RECOMMENDED FOR STANDARD PRINTING - contains the first 27 pages of the final report, including the FIVE YEAR PLAN TO INCREASE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT and a Phase One Implementation Summary
This is an abridged version of the Summary Report translated into Vietnamese (29 pages).
This link will take you to a Vietnamese translation of the Executive Summary to the Final Report.
City Council agenda and minutes for the hearing at which the City Council "accepted" the Community Connect report
This document is a menu of options created from a database of ideas collected through the 2006 research process. Community Connect's Five Year Plan originally began as this document.
This is the executive summary to Community Connect's final report.
This is an abridged version of the Summary Report translated into Russian (35 pages).
This is an abridged summary report translated into Spanish. (34 pages)
This link will take you to a Spanish translation of the Executive Summary to the Final Report.
This summary version contains the first 27 pages of the full report, including the FIVE YEAR PLAN TO INCREASE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT and a Phase One Implementation Summary.
This visual is intended to serve as a starting point for further discussion in implementing Recommendation #9: "Create the infrastructure to support the goals and recommendations in this Five Year Plan by updating ONI's internal structure.
This link will take you to a Russian translation of the Executive Summary to the Final Report.
Released in September 2007, these draft recommendations are the result of Community Connects discussions over the summer 2007, as well as feedback from an Advisory Committee.
This document summarizes the input of more than 500 Portlanders who responded to the draft recommendations through surveys and two community forums.
Entitled "Piecing Together Community Involvement in Portland," this document summarizes Community Connect's 2006 research, providing summaries of all 19 data sources in one place.