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While most of our work has focused solely on the commercial corridors, we also recognize there are significant opportunities and challenges to HOW we add density in our residential areas. 

Design matters and policy will influence how well we are thinking through good ideas that may gain capacity, yet may also have unintended consequences for demolition, loss of cultural resources, climate impacts and affordability. 

Portlanders invited to testify during a virtual hearing


Testify options:

1. Online the Map App

2. By U.S. mail.

3. City Council Virtual Meeting. on June 3rd.


On Wednesday, June 3, Portland City Council will hold a public hearing on potential amendments to the Residential Infill Project. This hearing follows others in January and subsequent Council work sessions in February. Commissioners have proposed a few amendments to the proposals in the Planning and Sustainability Commission’s Recommended Draft.

Sign up by June 2 at 4 p.m. to testify virtually. 

View Project Documents here:

Amendments up for Review

  • Deeper Affordability Bonus

  • Demolition

View the Amendments

Other Resources


Priced Out Podcase Interview with MK Hanson

Housing Hacks


For the Policy

  • Sightline

  • PortlandforEveryone

  • 1,000 Friends of Oregon

  • Community Alliance of Tenants |

  • Portland Neighbors Welcome



Many people have expressed concerns about displacement in this project. Here is one strategy another city is doing to prevent predatory development.

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