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City Council approves a new land use and transportation plan for Lower SE Portland

Changes will allow for more neighborhood businesses and address gaps in transportation infrastructure

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City Council to hold a public hearing on a new land use and transportation plan for Lower SE Portland on Thursday, April 25 at 2 p.m.

Community members can testify about the Lower SE Rising Plan in person or virtually at the hearing or online.

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New land use and transportation plan for Lower SE Portland focuses on local business opportunities, housing and traffic safety

Planning Commission votes to forward the Lower Southeast Rising Area Plan to City Council for adoption.

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Lower SE Rising Area Plan headed to Planning Commission

Portlanders invited to review the plan and testify in person on October 10 or in writing via the Map App.

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Lower SE Rising Area Plan available for public review

Draft land use and transportation plan for Brentwood-Darlington and nearby areas to expand opportunities for neighborhood businesses, housing, and safe transportation options.

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Lower SE Portland Area Plan online open house and survey close June 30

Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) and Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) are collaborating with community members to assess land use and transportation issues for Brentwood-Darlington and portions of the Lents, Ardenwald-Johnson Creek, Mt Scott-Arleta, and Woodstock neighborhoods.

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Lower SE Portland Area Plan launches online open house and survey

Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) and Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) are collaborating with community members to assess land use and transportation issues for Brentwood-Darlington and portions of the Lents, Ardenwald-Johnson Creek, Mt Scott-Arleta, and Woodstock neighborhoods.

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Lower SE Portland Area Plan News & Pin It, Portland

Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) and Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) are collaborating with community members to assess land use and transportation issues for Brentwood-Darlington and portions of the Lents, Ardenwald-Johnson Creek, Mt Scott-Arleta, and Woodstock neighborhoods.

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BPS and PBOT launch latest planning effort, Lower Southeast Rising Area Plan

City bureaus will address the historic lack of infrastructure investment in this area of Southeast and East Portland; seek community input to guide healthy community development.

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Applicants sought for Lower SE Rising Area Plan Project Advisory Committee; deadline is March 26

The City of Portland, through the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability and Portland Bureau of Transportation, is seeking interested persons to serve in one of 20 positions on the Lower Southeast Rising Area Plan Project Advisory Committee.

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