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Landmark zoning reforms will open Portland’s residential neighborhoods to more – and less expensive – housing types for Portlanders today and those to come.
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Staff to return on August 5, 2020, with “As-amended” draft.
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Commissioners to weigh testimony and vote on proposed amendments on July 9; final vote on “as-amended draft” in August.
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Portlanders may view the hearing and submit testimony online via the Map App or by U.S. mail until 8 p.m. on June 18.
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Portlanders invited to testify during a virtual hearing, online via the Map App or by U.S. mail.
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City Council to hear public testimony on amendments to the RIP proposals during a virtual meeting on June 3
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To give Portlanders more time to testify online rather than in person, the deadline for written testimony has been extended until a new hearing date is scheduled.
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Council holds two work sessions on proposed amendments to the Residential Infill Project; directs staff to develop some of them for a public hearing on March 12.
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City Council is reviewing concepts for amendments in response to public testimony. Community members will have an opportunity to testify on the amendments in March 2020.
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Comments must be received by Friday, January 17 at 5 PM
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Portlanders can testify in person at public hearings in January or via the Map App.
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SAVE THE DATE: Jan. 15, 2020, is first public hearing on updates to single-dwelling zones.
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Planning and Sustainability Commission votes 5 - 4 to recommend new rules for more units and smaller buildings in Portland's neighborhoods.
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Project staff to brief the Planning and Sustainability Commission on Revised Proposed Draft on February 12; vote to recommend to City Council in March.
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Planning and Sustainability Commission learns about the impact of their revisions to staff's proposal; more units, lower rents.
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Staff studying and implementing changes requested by the Planning and Sustainability Commission; new meetings set.
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Commissioners felt the initial proposals didn’t go far enough to address the housing shortage in Portland.
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Planning and Sustainability Commission is continuing its discussion of proposed new rules for residential development.
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The PSC hears more than six hours of testimony on May 8 and 15. Nearly 140 people testified on proposed rules for new construction in Portland’s residential neighborhoods.