1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
Major outcomes include:
Upcoming Engagement Opportunities
If you weren’t able to take the survey, or still want to provide feedback, we’ve got several activities coming up this fall:
Community Advisory Group (CAG) Meeting #3
Date: Monday, October 15
Time: 5:30 – 7:30pm
Our third CAG meeting will take place in October and members of the public are always welcome to attend. You can learn more about CAG membership and past meeting discussions on the website.
NW Transportation Open House
Weigh in on transportation improvements in Northwest Portland. Staff from PBOT, TriMet and members of the NW Parking District Stakeholder Advisory Committee will be available to hear from you and answer questions.
Thursday, November 15 from 5-7PM
Eleanor Room at Chown Hardware
1605 NW Everett St. Portland, PR 97209
Drop in between 5PM and 7PM to check out info stations featuring projects and plans including:
Download the event flyer for printing or emailing. Help us spread the word!
We’ve officially closed our first online open house; a huge thank you to everyone who participated! Your firsthand experience walking, biking, and taking transit in the neighborhood has really helped us understand some of the barriers to active transportation in Northwest Portland. We are currently analyzing all the feedback and will have a summary available soon!
Page updated: 08/31/18
The project area includes the inner Northwest neighborhoods bounded by Hwy 30, I-405, Burnside, and the West Hills. Located on the west side of the Willamette River it is within a mile of downtown Portland. The area is home to some of the oldest and most densely populated portions of the city with a diverse mix of single family homes and apartments, commercial, residential, and industrial uses, as well as numerous regionally important religious and community organizations. The heart of the neighborhood is the Alphabet District, a local and national historic area centered around NW 23rd Avenue, a major shopping and dining destination for the region.
Questions? Contact: NWinMotion@portlandoregon.gov or Francesca at 503.823.5282
Learn more and provide feedback on these projects currently in design:
Northwest in Motion's Community Advisory Group