Rose City Park Neighborhood General Meeting, March 29th

March 29th | 7:00 – 9:00 pm 
In-Person General Membership Meeting

To be held at the German American Society located at 5626 NE Alameda St. Doors will open by 6:45 pm

Spring is a time of new beginnings and this may also be true for candidates vying for three important seats at the City of Portland.  Please join us in this lively discussion where half of a speaker’s time is allocated to Q&A from the audience.  There are a large number of candidates who filed Notice of Intent. That number will drop with required Certification by March 9th. Candidates who responded to our request, and are certified, will speak at the Candidate Fair!

Please see the latest Rose City Park Newsletter for the meeting agenda and information on each candidate.

March 1st Special Board Meeting Agenda, Transmittal, and Exhibits

Hi folks,

Attached you will find the Agenda for our Special Board Meeting scheduled on Zoom starting at 7:00 pm on March 1, 2022. Also, there is a 4-page Transmittal from the Land Use and Transportation Committee. This includes links to master pages on Sacramento Slow Streets as follows:

All testimony received to date
Minutes and presentation documents for LUTC meeting from April 2021 to February 2022.
Email threads on Outlook

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best,
Tamara

Tamara DeRidder, AICP
Chairwoman, RCPNA
Co-Chair, LU & TC

RCPNA Special Board Meeting on Sacramento “Slow Streets” recommendation on Zoom, March 1, 2022, from 7-9 pm

Fellow Committee members and Interested Neighbors,

As Chairwoman, I am calling a Special Board Meeting to be scheduled on Tuesday, March 1st from 7:00-9:00 pm on Zoom.  The sole purpose of this meeting is to receive the Land Use and Transportation Committee Transmittal with recommendations, minutes, and submitted testimony on the NE Sacramento Street “Slow Streets” project proposed by Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT).

The intent by PBOT is to install permanent barricades, signs, and striping in the street making the temporary designation of “Slow Streets” at the intersections of NE 62nd and 64th on Sacramento permanent with signage posting a “15 mph” limit, removing “local only” signs. In addition, a striped crosswalk on NE Sacramento is proposed located the top of the Rose City Park stairs.  The LUTC includes the consideration of the NE 64th/Brazee crosswalk installation for Safe Routes to Schools and the City-recognized (Mt. Hood) View Point in its recommendation for the Slow Streets treatment at that location.

This meeting, as with all RCPNA meetings, is open to the public and testimony will be received in person at the meeting following the LUTC report.  Testimony may also be submitted in writing that is received by 5:00 pm February 28th .

Email testimony may be submitted as follows:

To: info@rcpna.org
Topic: Sacramento Slow Streets Testimony
** In the Body of the email include:  your full name, address, contact information

The Agenda and documents are to be published by February 22nd and made available on  our RCPNA.org website. The Zoom link information: RCPNA Special Board Meeting-Slow Streets-Zoom

Thank you for your consideration.

Tamara DeRidder, AICP