Urban renewal -- Oregon -- Milwaukie, City planning -- Oregon -- Milwaukie, Milwaukie (Or.) -- Economic conditions
The Milwaukie Storefront was a one year program intended as a catalyst for the downtown and to focus attention on the potential for improved business activity. The Storefront, initiated in September of 1983, served as a technical resource, and as a coordinator and facilitator of promotional events in downtown Milwaukie.
This report describes the Storefront as an organization, looking at its structure and original purpose. A review of the individual projects is presented to demonstrate the range of Storefront activities. In drawing conclusions, the report looks at whether the Storefront was able to meet its expectations and cites the accomplishments and problems that were experienced. The report finally looks at the Storefront's activities and applies them in a broader perspective to small town or neighborhood commercial revitalization programs.
Clemons, Mark; Harry, Tom; and Edner, Sheldon, "Milwaukie Downtown Revitalization Project: The Milwaukie Storefront (Final Report)" (1985). Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports. 69.