Errol Heights Online Survey – 3 Days Left!

From PBOT:

Do you support a shared street design or a sidewalk on one side of the street?

The biggest design question that we are currently working through is whether to advance the design with a shared-street concept or to include a sidewalk on one side. This design applies to 48th, 49th, 51st, Tenino Drive, and Nehalem. The rest of the streets in the project area require sidewalks. Several people used our yellow and red dot map at the open house to indicate their preference, and we’d like to hear from everyone else.

To help inform the decision, we have put together an info sheet about both designs available for download here.

If you haven’t already, please take a few minutes to fill out our brief survey by January 5, 2018.
Take the survey >>

This feedback will directly influence the final design for SE 48th, 49th, 51st, Tenino Drive, and Nehalem St.

Next steps

  • Property owners fill out online survey stating preference for a shared street or sidewalk on one side design by January 5th, 2018
  • PBOT analyzes feedback and makes final design decision by the end of January 2018
  • LID meetings scheduled for February and March – more information forthcoming

Contact us via email with questions in the meantime.


Sidewalk Talk in September with PBoT

Are you interested in learning about infrastructure (or lack thereof) in Brentwood-Darlington and how to help bring improvements to our area? Please attend the September Neighborhood Association meeting at 7:00pm, this Thursday, September 1st, at the Brentwood-Darlington Community Center to meet a representative from the Portland Bureau of Transportation, Greg Raisman. He will explain how different processes and programs work and will be available for questions. Hope to see you there!

Where the Sidewalks Begin!

Are you interested in Brentwood-Darlington’s lack of infrastructure. Does walking in the street instead of on a sidewalk upset you? Do our 4.4 miles of dirt roads get you down? Then please join Brentwood-Darlington’s Where the Sidewalks End Facebook Group. We are an action oriented, positive thinking group dedicated to improving the livability in our neighborhood. Bring your passion and activist spirit!