About the Beaverton Creekside District Master Plan
The Creekside District Master Plan and Implementation Strategy builds upon the work of the Beaverton Community Vision (2010), the Beaverton Civic Plan (2011), the Beaverton Urban Renewal Plan (2011) and the Metro 2040 Growth Concept. It is the result of a two-year intensive analysis, planning and public outreach effort, having drawn upon the ideas, expertise and vision of many. The Creekside District was identified in the Beaverton Civic Plan Central City Strategy as a key pedestrian district because of its following characteristics:
- Centrally located and close to job centers;
- Within Beaverton’s Urban Renewal Area and Enterprise Zone, which provide incentives for investment;
- The presence of high-quality TriMet facilities, providing efficient links to the rest of the Metro region;
- Lands zoned to support high-density development of housing and employment uses; and
- An existing diverse business community.
The Master Plan, adopted by City Council on November 18, 2014, outlines the investments, projects and programs needed to transform the District into a vibrant, mixed-use, transit-oriented downtown neighborhood. The Implementation Strategy lays out the tasks, responsible parties and resources needed to implement the recommendations. Below are links to the Creekside District Master Plan and Implementation Strategy and a set of technical appendices (Volume 2). The technical appendices include reports, analyses and outreach findings developed during the Creekside planning process. They will serve as background materials for implementation of the Master Plan going forward.