It’s not every day you can help Multnomah County plan the next 20 years of road improvements!
Every few years, Multnomah County updates a 20-year plan of roads to improve. Crosswalks and signals, guardrails, wider shoulders, turn lanes, bicycle and walking paths, and more — your voice can shape what’s built five, 10, and 20 years from now. Come share what you know about County roads and what you need from them.
- Many more people live here now than 10 or 20 years ago, and more get around without a car.
- Learn why and how the County updates the road plan. Look at displays and talk with hosts (if you attend in person).
- Tell the County whether you agree with how it decides which road projects to add to the plan, and what it could do differently.
- Tell the County what changes or new features you hope to see on its roads, and which of its current change ideas are most important to you.
- Are these the right criteria to weigh transportation projects: Equity, safety, asset management, mobility, sustainability, and cost.
Which Roads Are County Roads?
County-maintained roads are mainly in three areas:
- Rural parts of east and west Multnomah County
- Urban pockets within the County but outside cities such as Portland and Gresham
- Larger roads (called collectors and arterials) in and near Fairview, Troutdale, and Wood Village
- Not bridges, which are maintained under a separate plan
On any of these three dates, you can attend the County’s public open-house meeting and share what’s important to you:
Wood Village Baptist Church
23601 NE Arata Rd., Wood Village
Monday, April 9, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Skyline Elementary School
11536 NW Skyline Blvd., Portland
Tuesday, April 10, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Corbett Fire Hall
36930 Historic Columbia River Hwy., Corbett
Thursday, April 12, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.