Multnomah County Roads Capital Improvement Plan Open house Events

It’s not every day you can help Multnomah County plan the next 20 years of road improvements.

The online open house has begun! Share what’s important to you as the County considers future road improvements: Visit the online open house between now and April 15.

You can also tell us what you think at a public open house meeting. Drop-in anytime between 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at one of the meetings listed below to learn about the Roads Capital Improvement Plan and provide your input.

  • Wood Village Baptist Church
    23601 Northeast Arata Road, Wood Village
    Monday, April 9, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
  • Skyline Elementary School
    11536 NW Skyline Boulevard, Portland
    Tuesday, April 10, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
  • Corbett Fire Hall
    36930 Historic Columbia River Highway, Corbett
    Thursday, April 12, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

What to Expect

Every few years, Multnomah County updates a 20-year plan of roads to improve. Crosswalks and signals, guardrails, wider shoulders, turn lanes, bicycle and walking paths, and more — your voice can shape what’s built five, 10 and 20 years from now. Come share what you know about County roads and what you need from them.

  • Learn why and how the County updates the road plan. Look at displays and talk with hosts (if you attend in person).
  • Tell the County whether you agree with how it decides which road projects to add to the plan, and what it could do differently.
  • Tell the County what changes or new features you hope to see on its roads, and which of its current change ideas are most important to you.

Which Kind of Road Projects Are Included?

The Roads Capital Improvement Plan is about improving roads with added features such as guardrails or wider shoulders. Maintaining roads, such as filling potholes, has a separate plan and separate funding.

Projects included in the RCIP could include:

  • Widening roads for more lanes (lanes to travel in, or turn lanes)
  • Widening shoulders for people walking and biking
  • Adding signals or other projects to make intersections easier and safer
  • Guardrails
  • Multi-use paths
  • Culvert replacements
  • Bridge improvements

Got Questions? Need Accommodations?

Contact Jessica Berry at Multnomah County: email Jessica

More Information

Multnomah County website