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The Bureau of Development Services is now accepting development applications subject to the new zoning and code.
The CC2035 Plan establishes a new generation of goals and tools to ensure the city center becomes an even more thriving economic, cultural, educational and recreational hub for the region over the next 20+ years.
What does the Central City 2035 Plan promise for Portlanders and the region?
On May 24, Commissioners approved changes and technical amendments to the CC2035 Revised Recommended Draft; considered new amendments.
Council to consider a few final amendments and prepare for final adoption
Commissioners finalize decisions on dozens of amendments to the Plan; prepare to vote to adopt the new long-range plan for the city center.
City Council votes to increase height on Block 33 in New Chinatown/Japantown and holds hearing on additional minor amendments
With decisions on these amendments, the Plan will move to a final vote on May 24.
Community members encouraged to send their testimony via email or deliver in person to the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
Final amendments report to be published by Jan. 5, 2018.
Summary of deliberations and agenda for Council discussions re: new long-range plan for the Central City
Hearing continued to allow more people time to testify.
Public invited to testify on the Central City 2035 Plan on September 7 and 14.
New online tool allows community members to see testimony on searchable platform.
City Council to consider comments on CC2035; testify in person, in writing or via the interactive Map App.
New long-range plan for Portland’s urban core has something for everyone — even the birds and the trees.
After considering public testimony during multiple work sessions, the Planning and Sustainability Commission votes to recommend plan for the future of Portland's urban core
The Planning and Sustainability Commission prepares for final vote on the Central City 2035 Plan on May 23.
The next and last Planning and Sustainability Commission work session is scheduled for April 11
The PSC reviews final issues about the bonus and transfer system
Only a couple more work sessions to go before the Planning and Sustainability Commission votes to recommend the CC2035 Plan to City Council.
Commissioners covered FAR bonuses, bicycle parking, family housing and the view of Vista Bridge.
Commissioners covered bird-safe design standards, eco roofs and a cost analysis of new and/or updated regulations for future development
From active streets to zoning designations, thoughtful discussions lead to preliminary decisions that will shape the Central City’s future.
Commissioners to discuss street classifications and transportation projects; green building regulations; zoning and FAR requests; and Willamette River and environment amendments
Commissioners consider and make recommendations at work session for Central City 2035 Plan
Commissioners will also continue their discussion of building height on November 16 at 4 p.m.
Read a summary of the September 27 PSC discussion; then review agenda for next work session about height in other areas of the Central City, parking and the Willamette River
Commissioners to discuss topics such as building height, parking, the river, affordable housing bonuses and more
More than 750 Portlanders gave testimony on the new long-range plan for Portland’s urban core; PSC will delve into the details at upcoming series of work sessions
Portlanders can submit written testimony on the new plan via the online Map App and email
Review the recap of July 26 Planning and Sustainability Commission hearing on the CC2035 Plan, then present your testimony on the new long range plan for Portland’s urban core in person or in writing.
Portlanders invited to testify on the Central City 2035 Plan to the Planning and Sustainability Commission in person or in writing
Public invited to read and testify on the Proposed Draft of the Central City 2035 Plan; Planning and Sustainability Commission to hold public hearings
Planning and Sustainability Commission to hold public hearings in July and August
Community members learn about bike improvements, the Green Loop, new height limits, parking, the river and more
This new long-range plan for Portland’s urban core includes goals, policies, maps and code to ensure a prosperous, healthy, equitable and resilient Central City for all.
Take a look at Portland’s iconic views and viewpoints in the updated Central City Scenic Resources Inventory; then tell the City what you think
Urban Design Concept captures the work of planners and the community to make the river in the Central City a healthier, livelier place for all Portlanders
Report captures ideas from Willamette River Central Reach public workshop
Participants discussed how to ensure a robust river economy, environmentally healthy river and vibrant waterfront districts along the Willamette River in the Central City.
Community discussions on commercial boating, recreation, transportation, river health and riverfront districts on, in and around the Willamette River in the Central City
The Central City 2035 Concept Plan was unanimously approved by City Council on 10/24/12
The I-5 Eastbank Concept Diagram is heading to City Council today
The Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission recommended approval of the Central City 2035 Concept Plan on 9/25/12
The Public Review Draft of the Central City 2035 Concept Plan will be presented to the Planning and Sustainability Commission on September 11.
BPS Releases Draft CC2035 Concept Plan
A recap of the final meeting of the CC2035 Steeering Committee on July 10
CC2035 meeting preview
At their seventh meeting the CC2035 Steering Committee discussed policies and the urban design concept.
The Central City 2035 Steering Committee discussed three areas of the policy framework in its sixth meeting on 5/17/12
The Central City 2035 Steering Committee will discuss the urban design concept on June 12.
SAC meeting and public comment session on June 7, 2012
The Central City 2035 Steering Committee will revise goals and policies of the draft concept plan on April 26.
The Central City 2035 Steering Committee viewed a graphic representation of the Concept Plan on April 5th.
The Central City 2035 Steering Committee will review sections of the draft concept plan and accompanying storyboards on April 5.
During their fourth meeting on March 8, the Central City 2035 Steering Committee discussed goals.
The Central City 2035 Steering Committee will discuss goals of the draft concept plan on March 8.
February SAC meeting recap
The Central City 2035 Steering Committee discussed the role of the Central City in its third meeting on February 9.
CC2035 Steering Committee will hold its third meeting on February 9.
The CC2035 Steering Committee considered unique characteristics of the Central City at its second meeting.
The CC2035 Steering Committee will be discussing the proposed policy framework at their second meeting on December 1st.
The CC2035 Steering Committee will start meeting November 10th and help guide policies for the direction of the Central City.
N/NE Quadrant Project update
The public review draft of the Central City Natural Resources Inventory is now available on the CC2035 website.
Draft NRI coming soon!
The Historic Resources symposiums for CC2035 explore key issues for preservation and planning.
The first symposium on Historic Resources in the Central City covers diverse topics.
The second symposium on Civic and Cultural Life covers four topics to move forward.
The CC2035 Symposium on Public Safety focused on tough issues and future planning
Recent news from the NNE Quadrant Project!
CC2035 Civic and Cultural Life Symposiums are moving forward with good discussions for Portland's Central City.
The CC2035 Public Safety Symposium will explore broad safety issues for the next 25 years.
The CC2035 Symposium Series continues with a look at Civic and Cultural Life in the Central City.
Check out information about previous and upcoming symposiums in the Central City 2035 Symposium Series.
The Central City 2035 Symposium Series continues with the second event focused on the Willamette River.
Upcoming opportunities provide you with a chance to learn about issues in Portland's Central City and offer feedback on the current state of plans for its future.
A summary of comments from the Open House on 11/15, co-hosted by the N/NE Quadrant Project team and the Portland Development Commission
Take a virtual walking tour of the Lloyd Subdistrict.
A recap of the first two Symposiums in the CC2035 Symposium Series: Housing and Community Development 1 and 2
The CC2035 Advisory Group will meet on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at 4 p.m.
The N/NE Quadrant Project's Stakeholder Advisory Committee's Land Use and Transportation Subcommittees will hold their first meetings next week.
An overview of the November 15 Joint Open House, which featured the draft Rose Quarter District Plan and the N/NE Quadrant and I-5 Broadway/Weidler Plans
Join the CC2035 team for the 2nd Housing and Community Development Symposium
CC2035 addresses challenges and brainstorms solutions in the upcoming Symposium Series
On October 12th, CC2035 team will host an open house for the project