City Council heard testimony from 119 people on the Residential Infill Project on November 9 and 16 and received 135 letters about the recommendations in the Concept Report. Next they will discuss the staff recommendations and could propose changes based on what they heard from the public. Commissioners will then vote on a resolution directing project staff to develop Zoning Code language and map changes over the next year, which will implement their approved concepts.
Learn more about the Residential Infill Project Concept Report
STILL TIME TO TESTIFY
Council has held the record open until November 23 to give Portlanders more time to submit testimony in writing. Testimony must be received by midnight on November 23 and must include your name and address. You may send written comments …
- Via U.S. Mail: 1221 SW Fourth Ave. Room 130, Portland, Oregon 97204
- Via email: CCTestimony@portlandoregon.gov
Missed the public hearings? Watch videos of past City Council meetings at: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/video/player/?tab=council
City Council will deliberate and vote on the recommendations in the RIP Concept Report in early December. Public testimony will not be heard at this time.
December 7, 2016, 10 a.m. (time certain)
Council Chambers at City Hall
1221 SW 4th Avenue
The code development process will begin in 2017 and include a Discussion Draft public review period, followed by Planning and Sustainability Commission hearings before going back to City Council for public hearings and a final decision.
For more information, visit the project website at www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/infill
Or contact project staff: