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Study outlines opportunities for incorporating stone pavers into accessible public spaces.
If approved, the nominations will celebrate and protect important landmarks of Portland’s Black history.
Designation is a significant step in acknowledging and honoring Black communities and history in Portland; increases opportunities for additional resources and funding to preserve and enhance these important cultural structures and institutions.
Documentation of African American historic resources available for public review; comments on documents welcome until late February 2020.
Metro grant will fund needed refresh of Portland’s oldest set of design guidelines
Documentation effort could provide the first update to the Historic Resource Inventory (HRI) since 1984
Consultant report provides background and actionable recommendations for updating Portland’s 34-year-old HRI
Administrative rule change upholds mandatory demolition review protection for National Register resources, adds requirement for public hearing before design review can be applied to new National Register listings.