Upcoming Council Sessions and Public Hearing on Central City 2035 Plan

From Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability:

City Council will focus on green buildings, bonuses and transfers, and more.

On November 29, 2017, City Council continued their deliberations on the CC2035 Plan. The draft agenda and materials for the meeting are now available for review – CLICK HERE.

The package is separated into amendments that need discussion, such as green buildings, the Willamette River, and bonuses and transfers, as well as items that are minor and technical and may not need discussion. Items that are moved and seconded will be included in the amendments document for a public hearing on January 18, 2018. The materials for the public hearing will be published on January 4, 2018.

ADDITIONAL COUNCIL SESSIONS AND PUBLIC HEARING

December 6, 2017  
2 p.m., time certain
Council Chambers
January 3, 2018 (if needed)
2 p.m., time certain
Council Chambers
Public Hearing on Amendments
January 18, 2018

Council Chambers
2 p.m., time certain (amendments package to be published on January 4, 2018)
About the Central City 2035 Plan
The Central City 2035 Plan will provide goals, policies and tools designed to make the Central City more vibrant, innovative, sustainable and resilient than it is today. A place that every Portlander can be proud to call their own. The plan replaces the 1988 Central City Plan as the primary guiding policy document for the Central City Plan District. The Central City Plan will be the first amendment to the City’s updated Comprehensive Plan, implementing the Portland Plan as it applies to the Central City.
Questions? Call the Central City Helpline at 503-823-4286 or email BPS at cc2035@portlandoregon.gov.
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Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission October Meeting

From Bureau of Planning and Sustainability:

Attached is the agenda for the October 24, 2017 Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission meeting. The meeting will be live-streamed and then archived on the BPS YouTube Channel.

NOTE: This meeting will be held at the CH2M Building: 2020 SW 4th Ave, Lincoln Room (1st floor).

Public testimony will be taken for both the Map Refinement and Code Reconciliation projects. Testimony will be limited to 2 minutes per person and may be changed at the chair’s discretion.

A frequently-updated tentative schedule of upcoming PSC meetings is available at https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/312882.