1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
Your feedback on parking will inform the committees working on Central City and Centers & Corridors parking policy recommendations, which will go to City Council in 2016. Your feedback on Central City 2035 Plan will inform staff in developing the Central City 2035 Plan Discussion Draft, which will be released for public comment in early 2016.
Central City Parking
Centers & Corridors Parking
Central City 2035 Plan
Poster boards from Nov. 18, 2015 Open House
Citywide Parking Strategy poster boards
Portland's Parking History
Citywide Parking Strategy Project Timeline
Current Parking Operations InfoGraphic
Central City Parking poster boards
Central City Parking Policy Update: Overview & Goals
Central City Zoning & Parking Ratios
Parking Entitlements & Preservation Parking
Downtown Meter Rate Adjustment
Performance-based Parking Management
Date: Wed. Nov. 18, 2015
Time: Drop-in between 6-8 p.m.
Place: Portland Building, Second Floor, Room C 1120 SW Fifth Ave. Portland, OR 97204
Back in June, over 160 people attended The Future of Parking: Portland Parking Symposium, where leading experts shared their innovative parking approaches, tools, and strategies relevant to our Portland communities. Infused with this knowledge, two public advisory committees have carefully studied and explored ways to improve the state of parking in our Central City and in our Centers and Corridors.
Come see the committees’ preliminary recommendations, including new programs for better management of public parking and updated Central City zoning recommendations for new and existing private parking. Provide your own feedback to shape the future of parking in Portland.
Additionally, attendees will have the chance to preview and provide early feedback on proposed transportation action items, project lists, and street classifications for the Central City 2035 Plan. Public feedback gathered at the event will help inform Portland Bureau of Transportation planning staff in developing the Central City 2035 Plan Discussion Draft, which will be released for public comment in December.
Centers & Corridors Parking Stakeholder Advisor Committee, 2015
The City of Portland complies with all non-discrimination laws including Title VI (Civil Rights) and Title II (ADA). To request a translation, accommodation, or additional information, please contact Francesca Patricolo at PDXparking@portlandoregon.gov or use City TTY 503‐823‐6868, or Oregon Relay Service: 711.