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  • Lopez, Monique; Welch, Mackie; Sandoval, Gerardo (University of Oregon, 2010)
    The purpose of this report is to provide City of Salem personnel with recommendations of strategies to use when engaging with the growing Latino population in the city. The barriers, opportunities, and action items ...
  • Deiters, MaryBeth; Sandoval, Gerardo (2016)
    The City of Redmond has experienced rapid growth in its Latino population since 2000, and the city is working to improve communication with and services for the Latino community. Realizing the need to better reach out ...
  • Herrera, Roanel; Sandoval, Gerardo (University of Oregon, 2013)
    With an overall goal of facilitating outreach in minority neighborhoods, this report describes the process behind a successful collaborative outreach project based on bottom-up outreach strategies.
  • Platt, Daniel; Sandoval, Gerardo (University of Oregon, 2014)
    This report begins with a summary of some important context for the project, including a brief history of Latino settlement patterns in Medford and key demographic data. In the next section, we describe the methods and ...
  • Margerum, Richard; Parker, Robert; Sandoval, Gerardo (2015)
    In the fall term of 2015, graduate planning students at the University of Oregon developed concept plans for the Midtown Neighborhood in Redmond, Oregon. Redmond wanted ideas for revitalizing Midtown, an area seen as ...
  • Shinners, Dana Marie; Goodman, Elizabeth; Knudson, Kaarin; Margerum, Richard; Parker, Bob; Sandoval, Gerardo (2017)
    TriMet and the city of Tigard partnered with the Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management and the Sustainable City Year Program to plan for the possibility of extending light rail to the city. The four areas ...

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