Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland, City Planning -- Oregon -- Albina
The Comprehensive Planning Workshop is the capstone of the Portland State University's Master of Urban Planning program. The workshop projects are planning studies that have a practical use long after the school term is over.
Originally, the workshop intended to research Albina's history as a background piece to our main research efforts. It became clear to us that there was a rich, fascinating story to be told about Albina, one that we wished to develop and make accessible to more people. Therefore, we produced two documents, this history as a separate document, designed to stand alone, and a companion document which presents our findings and recommendations.
The companion document is attached as an additional file and can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.
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Harper, Will; Dixon, Clyde; Hester, Jean M.; Melink, Mary Jane; Moreland, Kimberly S.; Ren, Jinxiang; Riordan, Dan; Syrnyk, Damian; and Wadley, Dave, "Historic Resources and the Albina Community Plan" (1990). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 93.