City seeks public review of Creekside District Master Plan
Public comment period extended to Nov. 18
The city of Beaverton invites the public to learn more about the Creekside District Master Plan draft by attending tonight's City Council meeting or viewing the document online at BeavertonCreekside.com.
The draft review is the last item on tonight's agenda for the meeting in the Council Chambers at The Beaverton Building, 12725 S.W. Millikan Way. The public review and comment period will extend through Nov. 18, when the council will have its public hearing for the plan.
Were excited for the community to review the plan, said Mayor Denny Doyle. Were bringing the Beaverton Community Vision to life in the heart of our downtown. This new Creekside District will be the next great place for businesses and families to live, work and interact with nature.
The district is bounded by Southwest Canyon Road, Hall Boulevard, Cedar Hills Boulevard and Beaverton Creek. At its core is The Round at Beaverton Central and the city-owned former Westgate Theater property considered two catalytic development opportunities where the city hopes to jump-start redevelopment.
The plan, a result of nearly three years of in-depth outreach, analysis and planning effort, outlines improvements to infrastructure, creek and watershed health, and redevelopment concepts for the surrounding 50-acre downtown Beaverton neighborhood.
Including a set of overarching goals and objectives, and recommended solutions to spur revitalization, the plan was partially funded by a $1 million U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Sustainable Communities Challenge grant.
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