Click here for a video of the presentation of the Draft Historic District Nomination that took place on Jan. 26, 2017.
The City Council adopted the Residential Infill Project with amendments on Dec. 6, 2016; it is now in the implementation phase. The project will directly affect Eastmoreland (including permitting duplexes on every lot and triplexes on every corner lot). Click here for the City Council Final Residential Infill Project Concept Report, Jan. 2017.
Several participants in the Residential Infill Project Stakeholders’ Advisory Committee produced a report which examines the impacts on neighborhoods including Eastmoreland that was submitted to City Council. Click here for RIPSAC7 Residential Infill Project Critique.
Linda Bauer, Appointee – East Portland Action Plan
Sarah Cantine, Architect – Boise NA Land Use
Jim Gorter, Appointee – Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc.
Rod Merrick, Architect – Eastmoreland NA Land Use
Rick Michaelson, Appointee – Neighbors West/Northwest
Michael Molinaro, Architect, Appointee – Southeast Uplift
Barbara Strunk, Appointee – United Neighborhoods for Reform
The State Historic Preservation Office has just launched a webpage for Eastmoreland’s Historic District nomination. Click here to keep current with updates and revisions of the nomination.
Click here for revision #1 of the nomination.
For more information about historic districts and Eastmoreland’s process, go to: historicdistrict.eastmoreland.org
Click here for the fall issue of the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association Newsletter.
The ENA Neighborhood Association has just launched a website that includes events, timeline, and comprehensive information including frequently asked questions and documents related to the Eastmoreland Historic District project. Here is the link: historicdistrict.eastmoreland.org