City planning -- Oregon -- Portland, Community development -- Oregon -- Portland, Citizens' associations -- Planning -- Case studies
In an effort to highlight community-planning efforts in low-income populations and communities of color, a group of Masters of Urban and Regional Planning students conducted interviews with community leaders and wrote this chapter of cases to be incorporated into ONI’s Community Involvement Handbook. These cases are meant to provide inspiration and understanding about the strengths and differences between planning approaches used in diverse communities working outside of the neighborhood association structure. This chapter may also help to inform opportunities for neighborhood associations and other organizations to better collaborate with diverse community groups.
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Parzych, Allison; Porter, Jennifer F.; Rehberg, Shayna; Ruether, Sarah; and Sheinfeld, Gwen, "Planning at the Roots: Low-income and Communities of Color in Portland, Oregon" (2003). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 28.