By Jimm Redden Beaverton Valley Times March 28, 2013 As state and local agencies seek the public’s help on ways to reduce vehicles on the road, the Creekside District is upheld as a supportive local example. “’The city of Beaverton is doing great things,’ she [Metro councilor Kathryn Harrington] said, citing the recently unveiled plans [...]
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Downtown Creeks Plan Open House at ...
You can now view and download the recommended bikeway network map. Developed as part of ...
On September 26th, a group of local and regional stakeholders embarked on a full day ...
The important preliminary work has been done – the Beaverton Community Vision and the Beaverton ...
Grant will be used to connect housing and transportation to establish a downtown core and ...
By Shannon O. Wells Beaverton Valley Times March 7, 2013 As a Metro councilor representing District 4 in Washington County, Kathryn Harrington has heard about the city of Beaverton’s evolving Creekside District plans for some time. A recent open house geared toward businesses and residents in the district, however, opened her eyes to the project’s [...]
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Downtown Creeks Plan Open House at the Beaverton Library on February 21st! Thank you for contributing your time and ideas to the Downtown Creeks Plan, part of the overall Beaverton Creekside District Master Plan. With your help, the city is developing a plan for improving the [...]
By Nicole Friedman The Oregonian February 22, 2013 Beaverton residents voiced optimism about the city’s plans for its downtown Creekside District at an open house Thursday evening. Fregonese Associates, which is working with the city to craft a master plan for the 49-acre district that includes part of Southwest Canyon Road and the area around the Beaverton [...]
You can now view and download the recommended bikeway network map. Developed as part of the District Transportation Plan and the Canyon Road redesign process currently underway, improvements and additions to the existing bike network in central Beaverton will make it safer and easier to travel to and through downtown. Click the image to view full screen.
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