Boise Parking Plan

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The City of Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has been asked by the Boise Neighborhood Association to help develop strategies to manage parking in the Boise neighborhood.

Click here to apply for the Stakeholder Advisory Committee
Applications are due Feb. 28 and we will begin meeting early April. 

Proposed Study Area

(note- this a draft and will be decided on later with the committee)

The area in gray is the proposed study area for the Boise Parking Plan. The area spans from I-5 to Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard; and from N Alberta to N Kerby/NE Fremont.
The area in gray is the proposed study area for the Boise Parking Plan.

Boise Area & PBOT Parking Timeline

  • 2014-2015 | Neighborhood participated in Centers & Corridors Parking Study
  • 2018 | Portland City Council approves a new Parking Pilot Program.
  • 2018 | The Boise Neighborhood Association (Boise NA) requested an area parking permit program, but failed to get enough votes. 
  • 2019 | Boise NA requested PBOT's help to develop a long-range parking plan.
  • December 2019/January 2020 | PBOT & Boise & Humboldt Neighborhood Associations get started on planning scope. 
  • February/March 2020 | PBOT recruits parking consultants.
  • April 2020 | Project put on hold due to COVID-19 pandemic.
  • June 2022 | Boise NA support resuming the planning process. 
  • Fall 2022 | PBOT and consultants start on public involvement strategy. 
  • January 2023- Recruitment for the Stakeholder Advisory Committee begins. 

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Goals and Benefits

The goal of parking management is to balance all the competing needs for on-street parking. Customers, commercial delivery drivers, and a growing population all need access to on-street parking.

Benefits of parking management include:

  • Better livability for residents
  • Better access to local businesses for customer and freight
  • Less congestion and carbon emissions
  • Better air quality and safety for everyone
  • Less illegal parking and fewer blocked driveways with regular enforcement

We will be updating this webpage as the plan is further developed.

Contact Kathryn Doherty-Chapman to ask questions, learn more or to provide feedback. Monday-Thursday at 503-823-4761 or Kathryn.Doherty-Chapman@portlan…

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Kathryn Doherty-Chapman

Parking Plan Project Manager

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