Council/Commission Work Plan

Bridge in Park2014 Council/Commission Work Plan  

The Gresham City Council/Gresham Redevelopment Commission Work Plan outlines the portfolio of projects that the City’s elected officials wish to undertake during the year on behalf of the City’s residents.

The most recent Work Plan, adopted on Jan. 7, 2014, outlines 24 projects reflecting the City’s core services and values and falling within two distinct categories:

  • Investment in Community Safety and Quality of Life
  • Investment in Infrastructure and Community Appearance

Each project description identifies the actions required to carry out the project, a timeline of events, anticipated outreach and communication methods.  

Investment in Community Safety and Quality of Life

Features 13 Council projects and one Commission project including:

2014 CWP Public Safety BuildingCouncil Projects

  • Public Safety Response to Gang Activity
  • Gang Prevention/Abatement Research Project
  • Friends of the Children
  • Community Prosperity Initiative
  • Gresham Parks and Trails System - Safety and Awareness
  • Long-Term Revenue Roadmap - Phase Three
  • Marketing RAD: Rise, Advance, Dream Gresham
  • Community Horizons and Technology (CHAT)
  • Food Access Project
  • Hogan Butte Nature Park Phasing and Funding Strategy
  • Gresham Butte Scenic View
  • Legislative Priorities
  • Regional/Multnomah County Issues Agenda

Commission Project

  • Boys and Girls Club

Investment in Infrastructure and Community Appearance

Features nine Council projects and one Commission project including:

Council Projects2014 CWP Sign Code

  • Small Business Assistance/New Development Incentives
  • Sidewalk Maintenance and Repair - Opportunities Analysis
  • Powell - Division Transit and Development Project
  • Healthy Watersheds
  • 150 W. Powell Blvd.
  • Sign Code Update
  • Development Code Improvement Project - 6: Tree Code Update
  • Development Code Improvement Project - 7: Lighting
  • System Development Charge Updates and Options

Commission Project

  • Catalyst Site Redevelopment

Previous Years' Work Plans


 

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