The Hillside Master Plan for Housing Opportunity is a grant-funded project that envisioned the future of this 16-acre public housing community. The planning process engaged residents and community members, who helped develop this vibrant mixed-use, mixed-income community. The design preserves and rebuilds existing affordable housing at the site, while creating opportunities for expanded housing choice and type.
Project Updates/Next Steps
Clackamas County conducted an Environmental Review and found that this project will have no significant impact on the human environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not required.
Additional project information is contained in the Notice of Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) and Intent to Request for Release of Funds (RROF) and the Environmental Review Record (ERR).
Submit comments about the environmental review to email@example.com. Please specify that your comments are about Hillside Environmental Review.
We will consider all comments received by Sept. 21, 2020.
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August 2018 Stakeholder Interviews
|Dec. 4||Celebration of community and resident input process and the unveiling of the Hillside Master Plan
|Oct. 3||Housing Authority Board approved Master Plan|
|May 30||Community Open House – 3 Design Concepts|
|Feb. 21||Community Design Workshop|
|Feb. 7||Hillside Park Door to Door Outreach|
|Nov. 7||Sustainability Workshop|
|Oct. 24||Community Visioning Workshops|
|Sept. 5||Hillside Resident Listening Session|
Planning committee that met monthly
A demographic and site analysis have been conducted in order to target the needs of the community and the capacity of the site.
As part of a comprehensive approach to the development of the Master Plan, a health impact assessment team was formed that meets monthly to discuss and advocate for a process that is mindful of the current and future health conditions of residents.
Address: 10203 SE D Street Milwaukie, OR 97222 map
Cost: Metro Grant Award: $214,0000
Project cost: Metro Regional Government- 2040 Planning and Development grant
Contractor: Scott Edwards Architecture(Selected Master Planning Firm)