Public invited to comment on six projects in Clackamas County considered for regional transportation spending at a Nov. 3 local meeting

From: Ellen Rogalin, Clackamas County Department of Transportation & Development, 503-742-4274

 Media and Interested Parties

The public is invited to comment on bike and pedestrian projects proposed for regional funding at the Nov. 3 meeting of the Clackamas County Coordinating Committee (C4).

C4 is a group of elected officials from cities in Clackamas County, as well as representatives of special service districts and rural areas. The group meets monthly to discuss issues of mutual interest.

C4's focus on Thursday, Nov. 3, will be the six projects in Clackamas County that are proposed for consideration for the 2019 to 2021 Regional Flexible Funds Allocation program. The meeting is scheduled from 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the county's Development Services Building, 150 Beavercreek Road in Oregon City.

The public is welcome to attend to listen to presentations about the projects and comment. C4 will take the public input into consideration when it advises Metro on local priorities for bike and pedestrian projects.

The six projects in the county are:

The public is also welcome to submit comments by Nov. 7 to Metro about any Clackamas County projects or other projects from throughout the Portland Metropolitan area. Comments may be shared through an interactive comment map at, or:

  • by email to
  • by letters to 600 NE Grand Ave., Portland, OR, 97232
  • by phone at 503-797-1750 or TDD 503-797-1804
  • at a public hearing at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27 at Metro Regional Center, 600 NE Grand Ave., Portland.

Regional Flexible Funds are federal funds allocated for local transportation needs. They are considered to be "flexible" because Metro Council and the regional Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation can prioritize how the money is spent. A final decision is scheduled to be made at the regional level in early 2017.

For more information, members of the media or public may comment Karen Buehrig at 503-742-4683.