Oregon’s historic wildfires continue to test communities already spread thin by a year of hardships. Across Portland, neighborhood businesses made the decision to protect their … Keep Reading ››
Place-making projects leverage the unique strengths of the district to drive traffic, better serve residents and customers, increase safety, walkability and livability. District Identity project examples include branding; banners and signage; street furniture like trash cans, benches, and planters; public art; public spaces like pocket parks, plazas, or other green spaces; and other activities and events that appropriately define the district.
With a Venture Portland District Identity/Place-making Benchmark grant, Historic Mississippi Ave Business Association built a district wayfinding kiosk that utilizes their district map.