What does Portland’s new Comprehensive Plan mean for Woodstock?
The city’s timeline for the Mixed Use Zones Project and Zoning Map process, which was shared here on September 9th, has changed significantly since then. Click here to download the latest version of the timeline, with new dates. This new flyer also includes an announcement for WNA’s October 21st Land Use Committee meeting.
At WNA’s Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Land Use Committee meeting, Marty Stockton, Liaison to Southeast Neighborhoods for the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, attempted to answer this question, taking time to explain proposed Comp Plan and Zoning Map changes and how they apply to our neighborhood.
Members of Woodstock’s Land Use Committee will review some of this information at their next meeting, which is almost always held on the third Wednesday of the month. LUC meetings are open to the public. Also on the agenda: Portland’s Residential Infill Project and a report back from a meeting of the Residential Infill Stakeholder Advisory Committee.
NEXT MEETING: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21st at 7:00pm at the Woodstock Community Center – 5905 SE 43rd Ave (at Knight)
For the latest updates on Portland’s Comprehensive Planning Process, visit https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/68386