On behalf of a broad group of residents, volunteers, nonprofit organizations and agency partners, Verde is pleased to release the Cully Park Safe Access Report.
The Report is the culmination of the Cully Park Safe Access Project, which built community capacity to participate in transportation planning and developed community-based transportation outcomes for the Cully Neighborhood. From January to June 2013, participants developed preferences for safe access to the under-construction Cully Park, emphasizing walking, bicycling and transit:
Please click here to read the Report's Executive Summary, and click here to read the Full Report. Verde would like to recognize and very much thank the many Cully residents who participated in the Stakeholder Action Team, the members of the Technical Advisory Team, the Project Volunteers, Consultant Team members Anita Yap and Emily Hull, as well as Project Team members Laura Young and Tony DeFalco (Verde Living Cully Coordinator). A full list of these participants is available on the second page of the Report.
We would also like to recognize the funders who supported this important and community-based project, including the Oregon Business Development Department's Brownfields Program. Thank for working with us to connect the neighborhood to Cully Park...