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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Bureau of Transportation

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Stakeholder Committee

Northwest Portland Parking

A committee of stakeholders, appointed by Portland's Transportation Commissioner, is advising the city on the district’s transportation and parking issues. The committee’s work is part of the city’s dedication to proactive parking management, which involves constant review and modifications to improve the parking program’s efficiency.

The Northwest Parking District Stakeholder Advisory Committee’s mission includes supporting a full range of transportation options — to not only manage parking efficiently but also reduce reliance on single-occupancy vehicles.


Meetings

photo: street parking

The Northwest Parking SAC meets each third Wednesday of the month from 4:00-5:30 p.m. at the Friendly House, 1737 NW 26th Ave.

Members of the public are invited to attend and for their convenience, agendas accommodate public comment at the beginning of each meeting.

Anyone may join the Interested Parties List to receive agendas, meeting notes, project updates, and other materials as they become available. To join, please email Antonina Pattiz at antonina.pattiz@portlandoregon.gov.

Meeting Agendas

Meeting Notes


 blue square graphicCommittee Objectives

The committee’s objectives are designed to support the economic vitality and friendly atmosphere of the district:

  • Support the economic vitality of the district and efforts to maintain a friendly atmosphere for visitors.

  • Promote traffic safety through traffic calming and improvements to the pedestrian environment.

  • Increase awareness of and promote transit and alternative transportation options for Northwest residents, employees and visitors.

  • Increase walking, bicycling and transit use by employees, visitors and residents.

  • Advise the city on use of the community’s share of on-street parking revenues.

  • Reduce auto trips by employees, visitors and residents to, from and within the neighborhood.

  • Develop baseline travel and parking behavior data, define measures of success, monitor travel behavior and provide ongoing accountability.

  • Advise the Bureau of Transportation on matters related to pay parking, permit parking program operations and event-day management.

  Committee Roster

Name

Position

Term   Expiration

Daniel Anderson

At-large

10/2019

Tavo Cruz

NWDA

10/2018

 Nick Fenster

 NHBA

10/2019

Karen Karlsson

NWDA

10/2018

Rick Michaelson, Chair

At-large

10/2018

Thomas Ranieri

NHBA

10/2018

Peter Rose

At-large

10/2020

Don Singer

NHBA

10/2018

Brent Soffey

At-large 

10/2020 

Mark Stromme

At-large

10/2019

Ron Walters

NWDA

10/2019