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Comp Plan Map App

Proposed Draft Map App 

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Map App Preview
It’s ready.
The 2035 Comprehensive Plan Proposed Draft Map App will be officially released later this week. We want to give those who signed up in advance – like you – a preview.
With this map you can:             
  • Click through the different map themes to view proposed land use, transportation and infrastructure changes. Desktop, tablet and mobile devices are supported.
  • Enter an address to view the area within a quarter mile of that location. Learn what changes are proposed that may affect your property and/or your neighborhood.
  • Submit your comments about a specific proposal (or change) directly onto the Map App. The formal comment period opens today. Comments will be forwarded to the Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC) to inform their recommendations about all elements of the Comprehensive Plan update.
All the functionality of the app is in place, though we may make a few tweaks over the next few days. So don’t be surprised if it changes a bit.
If something doesn’t work the way you think it should or if you have questions about the app, please email us at” data-type=”email” href=”” style=”font-weight:normal;font-weight:normal;color:#333;text-decoration:underline” title=”Send us an email”> and a member of BPS staff will respond as needed. We appreciate your feedback.
Thanks for signing up for a preview of the Map App and for your interest in the Comprehensive Plan project. You are helping to make Portland more prosperous, healthy, equitable and resilient for all Portlanders.

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City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
About the City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) develops creative and practical solutions to enhance Portland’s livability, preserve distinctive places and plan for a resilient future. BPS collaborates with community partners to provide comprehensive land use, neighborhood, district, economic, historic and environmental planning, and urban design; research, policy and technical services to advance green building, energy efficiency and the use of solar and renewable energy, waste prevention, composting and recycling, and a sustainable food system; and, policy and actions to address climate change.

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