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The Multnomah Neighborhood Association appeals a March 2018 Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC) decision rejecting its appeal of the Middle Housing Policy.
New long range plan for Portland goes into effect, making new land use policies, maps and zoning, and public facilities plans official.
The current Zoning Code and Zoning Maps will be replaced with new copies Thursday afternoon/evening; new code and maps should be live by midnight, May 24
Mayor and commissioners’ vote marks final City Council action on the Comprehensive Plan Update
Imagine … 20 years from now, what would Portland look like guided by our new long range plan for a prosperous, healthy, equitable and resilient city?
Commissioners to hold public hearings on final amendments to the draft 2035 Comp Plan on April 14 and 20
More than 230 Portlanders testified on the Comp Plan goals, policies and land use map; even more testify via email and the Map App.
City planners staff more than 100 outreach events to help Portlanders understand map and code changes coming their way.
City Council to hold public hearings on draft 2035 Comprehensive Plan starting November 19
As City Council work sessions kick off, BPS staff present overviews of the growth management strategy, infrastructure investments and housing elements.
Enhanced design and user interface created to more clearly communicate technical information about zoning and land use proposals.
Commission’s transmittal letter focuses on residential and economic growth strategies, housing affordability, environmental health, transportation, and equity and inclusion.
Public invited to review and comment on discussion/proposed drafts for employment land, campus institutions and mixed use zones.
Responding to big picture issues identified in the Portland Plan and community input, a plan for the next 20 years of growth and development in Portland is on its way to adoption
Through extensive transportation and land use modeling, the report shows how the new land use plan will increase Portlanders’ access to complete neighborhoods, transit and parks while reducing per capita vehicle miles traveled.
Portlanders can now watch more than a dozen movies by local filmmakers about growth and development in Portland
Volunteer commissioners dive into discussions about housing, residential densities, employment land and West Hayden Island, the Transportation Systems Plan, community involvement and more
Planning and Sustainability Commission to hold public hearing on new EOA on April 14