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Replacing Portland’s Central City Plan

Matt Ball on May 22, 2012 - in Planning

No other area of the country can match our region’s depth of experience with building livable cities. In virtually all areas of city building, the planning jurisdictions of this metropolitan area have been innovators. They have pioneered new ways of addressing urban sprawl, walkable neighborhoods, transit issues, historic preservation, citizen participation and infrastructure finance. Portland has now embarked on a new planning initiative that will replace the Central City Plan and eventually rewrite the development code. The product of this work is expected to shape the future of the city for the next 20 years.

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