Mill Park Community Gathering (in person at Mill Park)
August 3, 2021
South entrance is near SE 120th Avenue and Lincoln Street
Learn about the Mill Park Master Plan and share your ideas. Kids are welcome and free snacks will be provided.
- 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm - Arabic, Burmese/Karen, Nepali, Somali, Spanish, and Vietnamese speakers
- 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm - All community members welcome
- Flyer in Arabic, English, Spanish, and Vietnamese
All guests will be required to follow up-to-date public health guidance related to COVID-19. Meeting materials and comment forms will be available online following the event.
¡Ayuda a dar forma al futuro del Parque Mill!
Encuentro Comunitario sobre el Parque Mill
martes, 3 de Agosto, de 5:30 a 7:30 pm
Aprende sobre el Plan Maestro. ¡Ven y comparte tus ideas para el nuevo parque! Se proporcionará traducción.
Preguntas?LorenaMora a firstname.lastname@example.org
Giúp định hình tương lai của công viên Mill Park!
Buổi họp cộng đồng ở công viên Mill Park
Thứ Ba, ngày 3 tháng 8, 5:30-6:30pm
Tìm hiểu về kế hoạch quy hoạch tổng thể. Mời quý vị đến chia sẻ ý tưởng cho công viên mới. Bản dịch sẽ được cung cấp.
Có câu hỏi? Khanh@divisionmidway.org
ساعد في تحديد الشكل المستقبلي لمتنزه مل
الثالث من اغسطس المصادف الثلاثاء, 6:30-5:30
بحضورك يمكنك ان تشارك افكارك من اجل المتنزه الجديد
تعلم حول الخطة الرئيسية للمتنزه
سوف يتم تقديم الترجمة
للاستفسارة يمكنكم مراسلتنا عبر البريد الاكتروني علك
Want to be added to our project list for future updates? Email Maija Spencer at email@example.com.
Mill Park is a 5.7 acre park located at SE 117th Avenue and Mill Court, next to Mill Park Elementary. It has an informal soft-surface walking trail, open lawn, and mature trees but is otherwise undeveloped. Thanks to funding from System Development Charges, PP&R now has funds to improve this park.
Improvements will be guided by the park’s 2017 Master Plan and may include a playground, splash pad, central lawn and sports field, gathering area, picnic shelter and tables, community garden, paved pathways, public art, and other park amenities. Through a Project Advisory Committee and Community Gathering events, the community will help guide the refinement of the park's design.
In November 2014, Portland City Council designated $300,000 from 2014’s fall supplemental budget for new master plans for eastside parks. In April 2015, PP&R, the East Portland Parks Committee and Commissioner Amanda Fritz engaged the community in a public outreach process to determine which sites should be prioritized as part of the eastside park master planning process. Based on that process and PP&R staff input, Commissioner Fritz chose to fund a master plan for Mill Park and Midland Park, in a concurrent process, as requested by the Mill Park Neighborhood Association and given the close proximity of the two parks.
The community was a key partner with Portland Parks & Recreation during the Mill and Midland Master Plan process. The community's ideas and feedback gathered over a year-long process were used to create a master plan for what these two parks will become when they are fully built. The master plan identified the primary uses and features and began to arrange these features within the park space, resulting in a preferred design supported by the community. The combined Mill and Midland Park Master Plans were completed in 2017 and approved by City Council on November 8, 2017 at a Council meeting held at David Douglas High School.
- Spring 2021 - Advisory committee recruitment and project set-up
- Summer 2021 - Winter 2021/22 - Community engagement and design development
- August 3, 2021 - Community Gathering #1
- August 3, 2021 - Community Gathering #1
- Spring 2022 - Spring 2023 - Construction documents, bidding, and permitting
- Spring 2023 - Spring 2024 - Construction
- Summer 2024 - Opening celebration
Project Advisory Committee Members
Amy Schutzer, Andrew Long, Anne Downing, Audrey Anderson, Ayan Salat, Barbie Tew, Erin Zollenkopf, Francis Khampi, Jasmine Anderson, Juanita Villalobos, Kari Koch, Michael Cruz, Mohammad Kahlid, Nang Piang, Pyae Sone Aung, Trevor Hopper.
Project Advisory Committee Meetings
Meeting 1 - May 25, 2021