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Portland Parks & Recreation

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Phone: 503-823-7529

1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204

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1120 SW 5th Ave, Suite 1302
Portland, Oregon 97204

503-823-PLAY (7529)

Eder Katembwe, Community Engagement Coordinator

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Bridge Over Columbia Boulevard

Proposed bridge rendering

Above: Rendering of the proposed new bridge, May 2020

Bridge Over Columbia Boulevard Online Community Open House

Join us online for an interactive opportunity to learn more about an important new section of the North Portland Greenway. This new bike and pedestrian bridge over Columbia Boulevard will link Chimney Park to St. Johns Prairie and connect our community to more opportunities to bike, walk or roll safely.

The online open house closes on May 31, 2020.

Questions? Contact Eder Katembwe at Eder.Katembwe@portlandoregon.gov or 971-277-0375. 


Puente sobre Columbia Boulevard foro comunitario abierto en línea

Acompáñenos en línea para obtener más información sobre una nueva sección importante de North Portland Greenway durante una sesión interactiva. El nuevo puente peatonal y para bicicletas sobre Columbia Boulevard unirá Chimney Park con St. Johns Prairie y conectará a nuestra comunidad con más oportunidades para andar en bici, a pie o sobre ruedas de manera segura.

El foro abierto en línea cierra el 31 de mayo de 2020.

¿Tiene preguntas? Eder Katembwe: Eder.Katembwe@portlandoregon.gov; 971-277-0375. Project Timeline for the bridge over Columbia Blvd

Willamette Greenway Trail

This bridge will create an important connection along North Portland Greenway, a 10.4-mile section of Willamette Greenway Trail that connects the Eastbank Esplanade to Kelley Point Park. The North Portland Greenway Trail is a key piece of the regional trail system which connects pedestrians and cyclists to their favorite places across the region. As the system grows so do opportunities for alternative transportation and recreation. When the entire North Portland Greenway Trail is finally finished, it will connect the most distant point of north Portland to downtown.

This project is funded by contributions from Portland Parks & Recreation System Development Charges, Metro and the Oregon Department of Transportation.  

For additional information please contact Eder Katembwe at eder.katembwe@portlandoregon.gov