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ALLIES A project of the Foster Green EcoDistrict & Mill Street Community Planning

Special thanks! Alisa Kane Chris Scarzello Shawn Wood


Derek Dauphin - Design Lead

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Katie Hughes - Project Manager (Products) Scotty Ellis - Outreach Lead Liz Paterson - Project Manager (Process) Shavon Caldwell - Research & Data Lead Sarah Isbitz - Communications Lead


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Advisors Jonathan Brandt Nick Falbo Erika Wilson-Palmer Ethan Seltzer Gil Kelley

Client and Partners Foster Green EcoDistrict Steering Committee Foster-Powell Neighborhood Association Lents Neighborhood Association Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association

Technical Advisory Committee Alisa Kane, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability Brad Taylor, Office of Neighborhood Involvement Chris Scarzello, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability Christine Leon, Portland Bureau of Transportation Deane Funke, PGE Denver Igarta, Portland Bureau of Transportation Ivy Dunlap, Bureau of Environmental Services Ken Pirie, Walker Macy Kevin Cronin, Portland Development Commission Krista Connerly, PGE consultant Marie Walkiewicz, Bureau of Environmental Services Mark Raggett, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability Matt Arnold, SERA Architects Matt Wickstrom, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability Rich Rice, Portland Water Bureau Sylvia Cate, Bureau of Development Services

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Organizations, businesses, and individuals who provided input and support throughout the process Arleta Library CafĂŠ Ashe Urban, SE Uplift Bar Carlo Chisaki Muraki, City of Vancouver Cora Potter, Lents Town Center Urban Advisory Committee Daniel Toole, Tight Urbanism David Cohen, The Intertwine David Porter, Leach Botanical Garden Foot Patrol (MSA) Foster Area Business Association Green Lents Independence Gardens Jeanne Lawson, JLA Jonathan Pheanis, MIG Joshua Klyber, Code Unlimited Kol Peterson, AccessoryDwellings.org Lents Farmers Liz Stenning, International Sustainability Institute Mt. Scott Community Center Nathan Jones, Portland Enrichment Northwest Institute for Community Enrichments Pieper CafĂŠ Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives (PCRI) Portland Mercado Portland Parks and Recreation Portland Youth Builders Prof. Steven Allen, Alley Flat Initiative, UT-Austin

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WHY ALLEYS?

Park Coverage By Neighborhood 0

Portion of Land Covered By Park

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City Boundaries Focus Area Alleys

2,600 miles Of Streets In Portland

76 miles Of Alleys In Portland

12 miles Of Foster Corridor Alleys

Powell Butte Nature Park 25,007,483 square feet

Mt Tabor Park 8,008,922 square feet

Portland Alleys 3,801,600 square feet

Lents Park

1,384,486 square feet

Woodstock Park 614,546 square feet

Foster Corridor Alleys 580,800 square feet

Mt Scott Park 382,316 square feet

Kern Park

70,752 square feet

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PLANNING PROCESS

Initial Outreach & Survey February

Coffee Talks

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INITIAL OUTREACH

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ALLEY INVENTORY

Surface Material

Surface Material Condition Excellent

Mix

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Drainage and Stormwater Maintanence 1%

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ALLEY INVENTORY Park & Open Space Focus Area Auto Alley Pedestrian/Bike Alley Destination Alley

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COFFEE TALKS

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PILOT ALLEY VISIONS

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PILOT ALLEY VISIONS

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WORKSHOP EVENT

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FINDINGS

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FINDINGS

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FINDINGS The Portland Plan Economic Prosperity Goal Healthy Connected City Goal

Portland Comprehensive Plan Goal 2 Goal 3 Goal 6 Goal 8

City of Portland and Multnomah County Climate Action Plan Objective 5 Objective 6 Objective 14 Objective 15

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Clarify the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interest in the alleys and what residents can do in them.

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Recognize the role alleys can play in meeting the Cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s current goals and targets.

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Conduct an information campaign that educates the community about the potential for alley improvements.

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Establish an organizing group to aid residents in the alley improvement process.

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Establish a network of organizations, and clarify their roles and responsibilities for carrying out the Alley Allies program.

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NEXT STEPS... Portland Comprehensive Plan Language

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Community Evaluation To Ensure Alignment With Community Values & Needs

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