East Metro Connections Plan public participation
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Learn more about opportunities to participate in the East Metro Connections Plan.
See what people said about the investment packages that make up the action plan. This feedback was considered by the steering committee before they endorsed the action plan. Download the results
Local council action on East Metro Connections Plan
The action plan was unanimously endorsed by all of the following:
East Metro Connections Plan steering committee (June 6)
East Multnomah County Transportation Committee (June 11)
East Metro Economic Alliance (June 14) Troutdale City Council (June 26)
Wood Village City Council (July 10) Multnomah County Commission (July 12)
Gresham City Council (July 17)
Fairview City Council (July 18)
Metro Council (Aug. 9)
The steering committee's endorsement of the action plan on June 6, 2012 concludes the majority of public outreach for East Metro Connections Plan. Their unaninmous support for the action plan was informed by the many people who participated in the process by sharing their views.
- Stay in touch by signing up for East Metro Connections Plan updates and public meeting notices by email. Sign up now
- Visit this website as it will continue to be updated with news, meeting materials and opportunities to be involved.
Share your views
- Request a briefing at your neighborhood association or local event. Metro staff have been to events like the East Gresham Community Information Fair and the Oregon Truck Driving Championship. Request a briefing
- Give input to project staff directly. Provide input
- Request an article about East Metro Connections Plan for your local newsletter. Request an article
- Share your thoughts on the plan with your friends and followers.
- Share any other ideas you have.
Online open house
See materials from the March 14 open house
What is East Metro Connections Plan?
Overview of findings and potential solutions