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All are invited to an information session with project staff to learn more and ask questions about the draft proposal. Please contact Joan Frederiksen using the contact information below at least 3 business days before the event if accommodation or interpretation is needed.
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All are invited to an information session with project staff to learn more and ask questions about the draft proposal. Please contact Joan Frederiksen using the contact information below at least 3 business days before the event if accommodation or interpretation is needed.
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Public welcome to connect with project staff during these office hours to ask questions about the proposal. Please note there will be no staff presentation. Depending on number of questions, time may be limited for each individual. Registration is requested.
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Public welcome to connect with project staff during these office hours to ask questions about the proposal. Please note there will be no staff presentation. Depending on number of questions, time may be limited for each individual. Registration is requested.
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Public welcome to connect with project staff during these office hours to ask questions about the proposal. Please note there will be no staff presentation. Depending on number of questions, time may be limited for each individual. Registration is requested.
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Staff will present at the West Portland Park Neighborhood Association general meeting. Public welcome to attend to learn more about the project, connect with project staff, and ask questions about the proposal.
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All are invited to an information session with project staff to learn more and ask questions about the draft proposal. Please contact Joan Frederiksen using the contact information below at least 3 business days before the event if accommodation or interpretation is needed.
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Staff will present at the Multnomah Neighborhood Association general meeting. Public welcome to attend to learn more about the project, connect with project staff, and ask questions about the proposal.
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Staff will present at the Tryon Creek Watershed Council monthly meeting. Public welcome to attend to learn more about the project, connect with project staff, and ask questions about the proposal.
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All are invited to participate in this community forum hosted by Neighborhood House to learn more about the West Portland Town Center Plan work underway and hear panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities for creating healthy and inclusive communities where we live, play and work.
Drop in any time. Brief overview presentations at 6:30 pm and 7:30 pm.
All are welcome to the Community Advisory Group! Opportunity for public comment and materials also available online.
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.
Learning and small group breakout sessions
Come walk with your neighbors and share ideas for street improvements, business areas, housing, and public spaces!
Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) hosting open house to share information about “jug handle” / Barbur Crossroads Safety Project
Everyone is welcome. Food, childcare and more.