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City projects

List of projects across Portland that impact our community

8 projects found

2035 Comprehensive Plan Update

This long-range plan helps the City prepare for and manage expected population and employment growth, as well as plan for and coordinate major public investments between now and 2035. The guidance in the plan is intended to help make Portland more prosperous, healthy, equitable, and resilient.

311 Customer Service Improvement Project

Project to advise City Council on the requirements for implementing a citywide customer service solution.

Design Overlay Zone Amendments (DOZA)

Portland is known for its high-quality planning and urban design. The design overlay zone (d-overlay) provides direction on development and urban design and is implemented through design review. This project will update and improve the process and the tools used in design review.

Expanding Opportunities for Affordable Housing

There are more than 400 community-based organizations with hundreds of acres of buildable land in Portland. Many members of these communities want to help solve the housing crisis. This project, funded by a grant from Metro, will help them start the process.

Ezones Map Correction

Correcting the maps of conservation and protection overlay zones (ezones) to better align with existing rivers, streams, wetlands, flood area, vegetation, steep slopes, and wildlife habitat.

Residential Infill Project

The City of Portland is taking a fresh look at the rules that govern the types of housing permitted in our neighborhoods. The changes proposed by this project would allow more housing units to be built in residential neighborhoods, but only if they follow new limits on size and scale.

SW Corridor Inclusive Communities

An ongoing multi-year effort to ensure that investments in a new light rail line in SW also result in housing and jobs for people of all ages, origins, incomes and abilities.

West Portland Town Center Plan

The West Portland Town Center (WPTC) Plan will lay out a vision for a complete and inclusive community around “The Crossroads,” the intersection of Barbur Boulevard, I-5 and Capitol Highway.