Client: Rockwood Community Development Corporation (CDC)
City planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Urban community development -- Oregon -- Portland, Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland
The Rockwood Identity Atlas is a data collection initiative that aims provide the Rockwood Community Development Corporation (CDC) with information about the community it serves. Through maps, data, and stories that highlight the identity, geography, and living conditions of the Rockwood community, this atlas aims to support Rockwood CDC and partner organizations better understand the challenges and opportunities facing the neighborhood. Although the atlas is an attempt to synthesize a more unified narrative about the identity of Rockwood, the report can be viewed in three distinct sections. We explored the three sections in three phases during March-May 2021:
- Phase I: Existing Conditions Analysis
- Phase II: Community Engagement & Asset Mapping
- Phase II: Rockwood Community Actionable Strategies
The first section is an exploration of social, economic, and health data. The second section details the outcomes of public outreach, focus group interviews, and community asset mapping with Rockwood residents. The third section presents a review of relevant policies and makes recommendations that relate to the findings in the first two sections. Together, the three sections aim to tell a story of where Rockwood is in relation to Multnomah County and Oregon statewide, what Rockwood residents think of their community, and how Rockwood CDC and partner organizations might approach the opportunities and challenges facing the neighborhood.
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Longenecker, Phil; Navia, Ana; Chavez, Natalie; Ibarra, Francisco; Nonnamaker, Max; and Trinh, Eric, "Rockwood Identity Project" (2021). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 177.