Can you see yourself spending time in the concepts described? What aspects of each concept will create the best blend of community ideas that should be refined in the next phase of the process?
As we work to ensure racial equity and community inclusion are at the forefront of the Broadway Corridor project's vision, your participation in the process is critical.
You're an expert when it comes to your city and your neighborhood. Your participation in this online forum helps to shape the Broadway Corridor.
Prosper Portland is leading a development planning process (anticipated to take about one year), which will result in a document called a Development Plan for the Broadway Corridor, which establishes guidelines related to:
- Land Use
- Density, Building Types, and Heights
- Public Benefits
- Development Phasing
To build on the vision, guiding principles, and project goals established by our Steering Committee and on public feedback from our July Open House, your input will help us refine the preliminary development concepts around the right mix of uses, activities, programs and public spaces.
Please review the presentation packet by clicking here, which provides information on the project background, how the preliminary concepts were developed, and tips for what to look for when you are reviewing the designs. After reviewing the presentation packet, go to "Your Response" for three pages of questions. The first page will describe the preliminary development concepts and ask for your input on these concepts. The following pages ask about your participation on the project and demographic information. Allow 15-20 minutes to answer.
Note: After submitting your feedback, you will be asked to create an account (or log in to an existing one), which will allow your responses to be shared with others in the online forum. Although we encourage you to create an account and share your feedback with the community, it is not required. Prosper Portland will receive all responses, whether or not an account was created. Thank you for your participation!
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That's 2.0 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response.