Parkrose Community Plan Open House – Online Questionnaire
The greater Parkrose neighborhood is a diverse part of Portland, with a high population of communities of color. There are many community assets in the form of a thriving school district and locally-based community groups. We have heard community concerns around the issues of rising rents, the need for more living wage jobs for families, unsafe conditions on Sandy Blvd, the need for community gathering places, and a lack of disaster preparedness. These long- standing issues impact historically marginalized groups the most. With the support of Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability and the Oregon Department of Transportation, Historic Parkrose NPI will create the Parkrose Community Plan with underserved groups to address these and other community concerns.

Ongoing conversations with communities of color are happening alongside a wider public Open House sponsored by the Parkrose Neighborhood Association on Tuesday, July 20th , from 7-8:30pm. This survey will help Historic Parkrose NPI create a meaningful plan for the Parkrose community.

The five main topics are 1) Transportation & Green Streets, 2) Jobs & Small Businesses, 3) Housing & Anti-Displacement, 4) Community Placemaking &Connections to Nature, and 5) Emergency Preparedness, Climate, and Disaster Resilience.
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