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    • Oakridge : Oakridge-Westfir community trails plan 

      Oakridge (Or.); Westfir (Or.); Oakridge-Westfir Area Chamber of Commerce (Or.); United States. National Park Service. Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program; Oakridge-Westfir Community Trails Committee (City of Oakridge (Or.), 2007-04)
      of- town and Forest Trails. The purpose of these distinctions is to provide some guidance as to how different types of trails would be developed. The trails would be interconnected allowing a practical and efficient route ...
    • Oregon City : Parks and recreation master plan update 

      Oregon City (Or.); GreenPlay (Firm); Design Concepts (Firm); Geowest (Firm); ETC/Leisure Vision (Firm) (City of Oregon City (Or.), 2007-08)
      The Oregon City Parks and Recreation Master Plan Update is intended to help meet the needs of current and future residents by positioning Oregon City to build on the community’s unique parks and recreation assets and ...
    • Portland : A functional plan for Stephens Creek Nature Park 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation; Hillsdale Neighborhood Association (Portland, Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2005-06)
      This Functional Plan is designed to provide basic direction to neighbors, citizens and parks staff in the appropriate use of, and protection for, Stephens Creek Nature Park. A park functional plan consists of a vision ...
    • Portland : Centennial Mills framework plan : Existing conditions (2006) 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Environmental Services; Portland Parks and Recreation; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Transportation; KPFF Consulting Engineers; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Development Services; SERA Architects (Portland Development Commission, 2006-04)
      The Portland Development Commission (PDC) and the Bureau of Planning are working with stakeholders to create a framework plan for the Centennial Mills site, which will summarize public’s goals for the site. The framework ...
    • Portland : Columbia Children’s Arboretum management plan 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation (City of Portland (Or.), 2004-03)
      The Management Plan provides an outline of policies and development concepts for the Children’s Arboretum site. The plan outlines a long-term vision for the park and is intended as a guide to prepare construction drawings, ...
    • Portland : Columbia South Shore Slough Trail master plan 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland Development Commission (City of Portland (Or.), 1993-07-02)
      The Columbia South Shore Slough Trail Master Plan is a comprehensive plan for that part of Columbia Shough trail section that lies in the Columbia South Shore Plan District. The slough trail is part of the larger 40 Mile ...
    • Portland : Dawson Park gazebo assessment (2004) 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation; Portland Development Commission (Portland Development Commission, 2004)
      In 2003 the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area (ICURA) Parks Subcommittee completed a Needs Assessment for the parks and open spaces of the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area. This document serves as a reference ...
    • Portland : Denorval Unthank Park assessment (2004) 

      Portland Development Commission; Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation (Portland Development Commission, 2004)
      The assessment and recommended improvements proposed for Denorval Unthank Park will fulfill the ICURA accepted goals and strategies by enhancing an existing park and creating a better environment within the Boise Neighborhood ...
    • Portland : Errol Heights master plan 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Environmental Services (City of Portland (Or.), 2005-11)
      The Master Plan for Errol Heights Park outlines a long-term vision for the park and includes policies and development concepts. The plan also is intended to guide the preparation of detailed design and construction drawings, ...
    • Portland : Feasibility study, development of service zones facilities 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation (City of Portland (Or.), 2006-10)
      PP&R currently operates parks maintenance functions in many locations throughout the city. The primary maintenance delivery system is comprised of the Central Facility, five (5) Service Zones, City Nature North and City ...
    • Portland : Hillsdale Park master plan 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation (City of Portland (Or.), 2006-07)
      A Level 1 Master Plan is designed to produce a site plan and conceptual development plan for parks that are typically 5 acres or less and that do not have complex issues or concerns. The master plan considers the whole ...
    • Portland : Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area parks, trails and open space access needs assessment (2003) 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Portland Parks and Recreation (Portland Development Commission, 2003-07-14)
      Each year the CAC [Citizen Advisory Committee]will make recommendations to PDC about allocating urban renewal funds for parks. The Needs Assessment provides background and direction for those choices. It provides a flexible ...
    • Portland : Recreational trails strategy 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation (City of Portland (Or.), 2006-06)
      The Recreational Trails Strategy acknowledges the key benefits of trails and builds on the Olmstead vision of an interconnected parks system. It documents progress towards completing the 40-Mile Loop and identifies other ...
    • Portland : Report of the Park Board : Portland, Oregon (1903) 

      Olmsted, John Charles, 1852-1920; Portland (Or.). Park Board; Olmsted Brothers Landscape Architects; Olmsted, Frederick Law, 1870-1957 (City of Portland (Or.), 1903-12-31)
      We have the honor to submit our report upon existing parks and a proposed system of parks for the City of Portland. [From the document]
    • Portland : River District park system urban design framework study (2001) 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation; Peter Walker and Partners Landscape Architects; Opsis Architecture (Portland (Or.), 2001-01-16)
      The Framework Plan: creates a strong and poetic metaphor of historic Tanner Creek; it addresses the deeper meanings of the natural cycle of water collection and storage, the visual relationship between water and land, ...
    • Portland : River District recreation and open space needs assessment (1997) 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation; MIG, Inc.; ECO Northwest, Ltd. (Portland (Or.), 1997-03)
      The findings presented in this document are based on results of the following research efforts: a demographic profile identified characteristics of current and future River District residents and visitors; an inventory ...
    • Portland : Swan Island trails action plan 

      Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Office of Transportation; Swan Island Transportation Management Association; Alta Planning and Design (City of Portland (Or.), 2004-01)
      Swan Island provides the regional and local community with a number of invaluable assets, the most prominent being family-wage employment and direct access to the Willamette River and other ecological resources. However, ...
    • Portland : Terwilliger Parkway inventory 

      Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Munch, Ernest R; John Warner Associates; Fox, Nancy (City of Portland (Or.), 1982-06-30)
      The Terwilliger Boulevard Inventory is one of three reports prepared as part of the Terwilliger Parkway Corridor Study. It provides background information on characteristics and uses of the corridor and identifies key ...
    • Portland : Tree preservation and planting 

      Portland (Or.). Bureau of Buildings; Portland Parks and Recreation. Urban Forestry Division; Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1999-07)
      The Planning Commission recommends that City Council adopt the following changes to the Zoning Code: Add a new tree requirement that can be met through preservation of existing trees, planting new trees, or by paying into ...
    • Portland : Waterfront Park master plan 

      Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation; Wolff Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership (City of Portland (Or.), 2003-05)
      The Master Plan for Waterfront Park updates the original Downtown Waterfront Park Master Plan prepared by Wolff Zimmer Gunsul Frasca (WZGF) Partnership in 1975. The purpose of the Master Plan is to provide a framework ...