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West Portland Town Center Design Workshop

Come share and explore ideas for improving your neighborhoods and what changes would make meeting daily needs and getting around easier, safer and healthier for more people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities.

Free! Lunch (available at 1:30 p.m.) and childcare (ages 3 and older) + raffle

Doors open at 1 p.m. for lunch, project open house and sign-in

Let’s talk about... 

  • What changes would make meeting daily needs and getting around easier, safer and healthier for more people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities.
  • What changes are possible for buildings, open spaces, streets and other connections in the area?
  • What changes will help make SW communities more resilient in an era of climate change and rising costs?

Everyone is invited, including families with kids, longtime residents and newcomers

Interpretation

If you need interpretation, please call Seemab at Unite Oregon with your request at least one week before the workshop at 503-287-4117.

Documents

West Portland Town Center Design Workshop (November 9) - Maps

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