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accessInformation: Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
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description: Gentrification and displacement have been long-standing concerns in Portland. In response, the community set a goal for increased equity through the Portland Plan. The Portland Plan sets an expectation that an equitable city should be proactive about the inequitable impacts that neighborhood change and gentrification can have on vulnerable households. Specifically, it called for approaches to help evaluate and better manage potential gentrification impacts of new policies and programs. As part of efforts to evaluate potential gentrification impacts, the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) contracted with Dr. Lisa Bates to prepare a paper on how to assess vulnerability of different neighborhoods to increased gentrification pressure. Although gentrification can also have impacts on businesses or commercial space, this research focuses on the risks for residential displacement. This paper also includes a review of national best practices, including policy tools and programs that Portland could use to mitigate gentrification. https://www.portlandoregon.gov/BPS/article/700970. --Additional Information: Category: Planning Purpose: Shows specific combinations of vulnerability, demographic change and changes in the housing market. Update Frequency: Infrequent -- Metadata Link: https://www.portlandmaps.com/metadata/index.cfm?&action=DisplayLayer&LayerID=54717
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title: Gentrification and Displacement Risk Typology
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