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PDC Fiscal Year 2014-15 Budget

Development of the PDC Budget

Similar to the City of Portland, the Portland Development Commission fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30. The budget process begins in November and runs through June. The budget document serves as a one-year detailed financial plan and four-year forecast which guides how the agency improves Portlander’s lives through business development/job creation, public infrastructure investments, site redevelopment and affordable housing (through the Portland Housing Bureau).

The budget presented to City Council and the PDC Board incorporates comments and suggestions from a broad range of stakeholders including urban renewal advisory committees, Central City neighborhood and business organizations, and the community at large.

 


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FY 2014-15 REQUESTED PROPOSED  APPROVED  ADOPTED 
PDC Budget PDC PDC PDC PDC
Airport Way (AW)  AW AW AW AW
Central Eastside (CES)  CES CES CES CES
Oregon Convention Center (OCC)  OCC OCC OCC OCC
Downtown Waterfront (DTWF)  DTWF DTWF DTWF DTWF
Education District (ED) ED ED ED ED
Gateway Regional Center (GW)  GW GW GW GW
Interstate Corridor (IC)  IC IC IC IC
Lents Town Center (LTC)  LTC LTC LTC LTC
North Macadam (NMAC)  NMAC NMAC NMAC NMAC
River District (RD)  RD RD RD RD
South Park Blocks (SPB)  SPB SPB SPB SPB
Willamette Industrial (WI)  WI WI WI WI
Neighborhood Prosperity Initiative:        
Our 42nd Avenue 42nd Ave 42nd Ave 42nd Ave 42nd Ave
Jade District
(82nd Ave & Division)
Jade Jade Jade Jade
Cully Boulevard Alliance Cully Cully Cully Cully
Division-Midway Alliance Divison-Midway Division-Midway Division-Midway Division-Midway
Parkrose Parkrose Parkrose Parkrose Parkrose
Rosewood Initiative Rosewood Rosewood Rosewood Rosewood

Annual Urban Renewal Report

Budget Archive