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Join Us for Community Walks in the Lloyd District and Lower Albina - September 18, 2010
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In coordination with the Portland Plan, Central City 2035 (CC2035) will address challenges and opportunities in the Central City to ensure that this unique economic, transportation, cultural and educational hub will be a vibrant resource for all Portlanders over the next 25 years.


We’re kicking off the N/NE Quadrant and I-5 Broadway/Weidler Plans (N/NE Quadrant Project) with community walks in the planning area. The walks will provide an interactive opportunity for participants to learn about the sub-districts of the N/NE Quadrant – Lloyd District and Lower Albina – and contribute to the vision for the future of the area.


Observations and feedback will be recorded and used to help frame issues and define opportunities and constraints for discussion later in the planning process.

 

All community members are invited to attend the walks. Download the flyer for details. We hope to see you on the streets!

 

About the N/NE Quadrant Project
The N/NE Quadrant and I-5 Broadway/Weidler Plans (N/NE Quadrant Project) kick off Phase II of the Central City 2035 project (CC2035) to update the 1988 Central City Plan. It will act as a district-level plan for implementation of city-wide policy goals to ensure a vibrant Central City at the heart of the metropolitan region. The project is a collaboration between the City of Portland and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and draws on concurrent planning efforts including the Portland Plan and the River Plan / Central Reach.


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