River Terrace 2.0 A Neighborhood for Everyone

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What makes a great neighborhood?

River Terrace 2.0 is the exciting first step of many to plan two urban reserve areas. This project will set goals and priorities to help guide later planning.

This new neighborhood will have more than 500 acres to the west and south of the current River Terrace along Roy Rogers Rd. and Beef Bend Rd. It will feature housing options for individuals and families of all sizes, ages, and incomes. It will also have new roads, parks and open spaces, and commercial areas.

Planning a neighborhood for everyone is a big task, so we want to hear from you! We’re committed to reaching community members of all backgrounds and lived experiences, including those who are differently-abled or who speak other languages. Let us know how we can accommodate you.

Join us in planning, speak freely about ideas new and old, and weigh in on the ultimate question: What makes a great neighborhood?




¿Qué hace a una vecindad genial?

River Terrace 2.0 es el primer paso emocionante de muchos para planificar dos áreas de reserva urbana. Este proyecto establecerá metas y prioridades para ayudar a guiar la planificación más tarde.

Esta nueva vecindad tendrá más de 500 acres al oeste y sur del actual River Terrace a lo largo de las calles Roy Rogers Rd. y Beef Bend Rd. Contará con opciones de vivienda para individuos y familias de todos los tamaños, edades e ingresos. También contará con nuevas carreteras, parques y espacios abiertos, y áreas comerciales.

Planear un vecindario para todos es una gran tarea, ¡así que queremos saber de usted! Estamos comprometidos a llegar a miembros de la comunidad de todos los orígenes y experiencias vividas, incluidos aquellos que tienen capacidades diferentes o que hablan otros idiomas. Háganos saber cómo podemos ayudarlo.

Únase con nosotros en la planificación, hable libremente sobre ideas nuevas y antiguas, y evalúe la pregunta fundamental: ¿Qué hace que una vecindad que sea genial?







What makes a great neighborhood?

River Terrace 2.0 is the exciting first step of many to plan two urban reserve areas. This project will set goals and priorities to help guide later planning.

This new neighborhood will have more than 500 acres to the west and south of the current River Terrace along Roy Rogers Rd. and Beef Bend Rd. It will feature housing options for individuals and families of all sizes, ages, and incomes. It will also have new roads, parks and open spaces, and commercial areas.

Planning a neighborhood for everyone is a big task, so we want to hear from you! We’re committed to reaching community members of all backgrounds and lived experiences, including those who are differently-abled or who speak other languages. Let us know how we can accommodate you.

Join us in planning, speak freely about ideas new and old, and weigh in on the ultimate question: What makes a great neighborhood?




¿Qué hace a una vecindad genial?

River Terrace 2.0 es el primer paso emocionante de muchos para planificar dos áreas de reserva urbana. Este proyecto establecerá metas y prioridades para ayudar a guiar la planificación más tarde.

Esta nueva vecindad tendrá más de 500 acres al oeste y sur del actual River Terrace a lo largo de las calles Roy Rogers Rd. y Beef Bend Rd. Contará con opciones de vivienda para individuos y familias de todos los tamaños, edades e ingresos. También contará con nuevas carreteras, parques y espacios abiertos, y áreas comerciales.

Planear un vecindario para todos es una gran tarea, ¡así que queremos saber de usted! Estamos comprometidos a llegar a miembros de la comunidad de todos los orígenes y experiencias vividas, incluidos aquellos que tienen capacidades diferentes o que hablan otros idiomas. Háganos saber cómo podemos ayudarlo.

Únase con nosotros en la planificación, hable libremente sobre ideas nuevas y antiguas, y evalúe la pregunta fundamental: ¿Qué hace que una vecindad que sea genial?



  • Learn More about River Terrace 2.0 Planning Project

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    What is River Terrace 2.0?

    The River Terrace 2.0 Concept Planning Project will consider over 500 acres of undeveloped land to the west and south of the current River Terrace.

    River Terrace 2.0 will be a neighborhood for everyone — a complete community with diverse housing options that serve people at all stages of life, and families and individuals at all income levels.

    What does the concept plan consider?

    1. Housing
    2. Transportation
    3. Natural Resources and Access to Nature
    4. Jobs and Economy
    5. Place Making
    6. Paths to Implementation


    Project Lenses: Equity and Sustainability

    Two major project lenses guide our planning.

    Equity

    It takes great neighbors to make a great neighborhood. The city is committed to making this new neighborhood accessible to everyone. We’ll develop housing types and sizes to meet the needs, preferences, and finances of Tigard’s present and future residents.

    Sustainability

    In just the past few months, we’ve seen how climate change can impact communities. We’ll plan for resilience in the face of extreme weather and natural forces. We’ll also consider how to make River Terrace 2.0 a model for sustainable development in Oregon — through reducing greenhouse gases, building walkable communities, and encouraging innovative housing, transportation, and new commercial options.


    How does this project connect to the wider region?

    We’ll plan a cohesive neighborhood that is livable, walkable, and equitable on its own. But the plan will also consider how the neighborhood connects with the rest of the region as it grows and changes. That includes adjacent areas in King City and Beaverton, as well as connections to regional amenities, transit service, and trails. We want to make sure River Terrace 2.0 will meet the community’s housing, commerce, transportation, infrastructure, parks, trails, and natural area needs as the region grows.


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