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Housing policy -- Oregon -- Portland, City planning -- Oreogn -- Portland, Housing -- Oregon -- Portland -- Surveys


The preliminary data collection and analysis of housing issues in Southeast Portland (S.E.) occurred during the Fall Quarter of 1988. General issues relating to housing stock were identified through group methods. These issues were broken into two broad areas--housing stock issues and socio-economic concerns. The critical linkages between the issues were developed through research, interviews, and input from S.E. Coalitions (Inner and outer Southeast Portland, and the Land Use Committee).

In order to provide for a quantitative framework for the purposes of analysis, 1980 census data, Metro's "Regional Pactbook" and the City of Portland's "Neighborhood Profiles" were used as source documents. The data was aggradated at the block group, census tract, and neighborhood boundary level in order to pinpoint specific trends and concentrations of housing issues in Southeast Portland. This report provides a detailed summary of the issue findings and their linkages to housing in S.E.


A product of the USP 528 Comprehensive Planning Workshop, Winter Quarter 1989, under the direction of Dr. Deborah Howe.


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