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What would make the Broadway Corridor (downtown USPS redevelopment) project an inclusive place for all Portlanders?

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What is your top priority for the Broadway Corridor project?

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  1. Support small business and economic growth

    Support small business and economic growth
  2. Create a sustainable community

    Create a sustainable community
  3. Create jobs

    Create jobs
  4. Deliver affordable housing

    Deliver affordable housing
  5. Create parks and open space

    Create parks and open space
  6. Promote arts and culture

    Promote arts and culture

What news banner headline would you like to see about the Broadway Corridor area in ten years?

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Describe your concerns about the Broadway Corridor project.

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Do you think the Broadway Corridor project is a good opportunity for you and your community?

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Yes 90.9% 10
No 9.1% 1

Why?

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Will you continue to participate in the planning of the Broadway Corridor project?

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Yes 100.0% 11

Why?

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What best describes your connection to the Broadway Corridor located in the Old Town Chinatown Neighborhood? (Check all that apply)

Response Percent Response Count
I work in the area 18.2% 2
I live in the area 27.3% 3
I take the MAX or bus in the area or I take the train at Union Station 27.3% 3
I drive through the area 63.6% 7
I walk through the area 63.6% 7
I bike in the area 54.5% 6
I visit the area for food, shopping, or entertainment 90.9% 10
Other 45.5% 5

Select the top 3 locations

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Explain why you made these selections.

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What activities would you like to do in the Broadway Corridor project area that you can't do now in the city? (Types of events, recreational activities, programs, etc.)

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What will make the public spaces in the Broadway Corridor project area feel comfortable, safe and welcoming to you and your family?

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Play

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Events

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Retail

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Sustainable Infrastructure

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Education

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Arts & Culture

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Social Services

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Incubator Spaces

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July 31, 2018, 7:43 AM
  • What is your top priority for the Broadway Corridor project?
    1. Promote arts and culture

      Promote arts and culture
    2. Create parks and open space

      Create parks and open space
    3. Support small business and economic growth

      Support small business and economic growth
  • What news banner headline would you like to see about the Broadway Corridor area in ten years?

    Connecting Portland's Communities.

  • Describe your concerns about the Broadway Corridor project.

    Currently there is a park (North Park Blocks) that is near the Broadway Corridor project. That park is littered with crime and homeless camps, trash, and is unsafe, especially at night. Just down the street at the corner of Broadway and Glisan and all the way up to Hoyt street (Bud Clark Commons) is infested with garbage, people loiterring on the sidewalks and drug deals regular occurance. Why don't we address these issues first, then build/expand our community. The addition of the Broadway Corridor will be nice, but only if the (tax paying) residents of the area can enjoy the benefits. Otherwise, it's just another park/playground for crime.

  • Do you think the Broadway Corridor project is a good opportunity for you and your community?
    • Yes
  • Why?
    No response.
  • Will you continue to participate in the planning of the Broadway Corridor project?
    • Yes
  • Why?
    No response.
  • What best describes your connection to the Broadway Corridor located in the Old Town Chinatown Neighborhood? (Check all that apply)
    • I work in the area
    • I live in the area
    • I drive through the area
    • I walk through the area
    • I bike in the area
    • I visit the area for food, shopping, or entertainment
    • Other - I live/work across from the USPS site for 10+ years. I've seen a lot of change in that area, but mainly an increase in crime/homeless camps. What's the point of a park if the residents of the area feel unsafe and/or cannot safely use?
  • Select the top 3 locations
    • Pittock Mansion
    • Portland Art Museum
    • Peninsula Rose Garden
  • Explain why you made these selections.

    Support the Arts & Culture!

  • What activities would you like to do in the Broadway Corridor project area that you can't do now in the city? (Types of events, recreational activities, programs, etc.)

    Participate in a true "public" art piece i.e. Invite the members of our community to participate in an art project that is all inclusive, yet

    Project Example:

    Wood boardwalk section for pedestrian traffic. Boardwalk consists of wood planks that were previously painted by the public who were invited to participate during a public art weekend. The painted wood planks are then shuffled and used to make the boardwalk surface. End result is a colorful boardwalk that represents the diversity and unification of our neighborhoods through public participation in art.

    As an Industrial Designer / Artist by profession, I would be happy to share my time and knowledge to make something like the above mentioned happen. If you would like to chat about the possibilities, feel free to contact me.

    Cell Phone: (813) 842-9228
    Email: [email protected]

  • What will make the public spaces in the Broadway Corridor project area feel comfortable, safe and welcoming to you and your family?

    Including the community in the "hand-on" sort of way will help reinforce participate and ownership, leading to more respectful,

  • Play
    No response.
  • Events
    No response.
  • Retail
    • Let's rent out all the vacant spots currently in the area first.
  • Sustainable Infrastructure
    No response.
  • Education
    • Interactive Community Center
  • Arts & Culture
    • Public Art (Includes Public)
    • Public Art (Artist Commissioned)
  • Social Services
    • More patrol throughout the day/night
  • Incubator Spaces
    No response.
  • Food & Beverages
    No response.
  • Greenery
    • Yes
  • Sports & Recreation
    • Soccer / Football Field
    • Basketball Court
  • Pedestrian/Transit Amenities
    • Separate bike / walk lanes to help mitigate traffic.
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Promote arts and culture

Create jobs

Support small business and economic growth

Create parks and open space

Create a sustainable community

Deliver affordable housing


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