Land Use and Transportation Committee (LUTC)
The Land Use and Transportation Committee (LUTC) is responsible for advising the Board of Directors concerning all planning and land use issues affecting the Members and the neighborhood.
Members of the LUTC do not need to be members of the Board. The Board actively seeks new members for the LUTC from our community in order to include a diversity of perspectives and interests.
D. J. Heffernan, Committee Chair, Resident
Connie Cleaton, Resident
Miles Crumley, Board member
John Frewing, Board member
Dave Galaty, Resident
Debra Galaty, Resident
Kathy Hansen, Board member
Julie Hoffinger, Board member, PHK
Bob Leopold, Resident
Andrea Meyer, Board member
Daniel Pirofsky, Board member
Regular meeting time: Fourth Thursday of each month.
Next meeting: Thursday, April 27, 6:30-8:00 pm
Holladay Park Plaza, 16th & Clackamas.
Agenda, April 27, 2017
Report to the SGNA Board - April 11, 2017
Minutes, March 23, 2017
Agenda, March 23, 2017
Minutes, February 23, 2017
Agenda, February 23, 2017
Minutes - January, 26, 2017
Agenda, January 26, 2017
Minutes – December, 22, 2016
Report to the SGNA Board - January 10, 2016
Report to the SGNA Board - December 5, 2016
Minutes – November, 17, 2016
(The following links may also be found on the site menu under Land Use and Transportation)
Portland Comprehensive Plan 2035 Updates
Sullivan’s Gulch Neighborhood Action Plan
Adopted July 16, 1987 by Portland City Council, Ordinance Number 159897.
Recent Land Use Actions by the SGNA Board of Directors
Current Committee Activities
Currently Projected Developments in Sullivan’s Gulch
For current information on developments in Portland and Sullivan’s Gulch, visit:
Next Portland: Architecture and Development in PDX.
Portland Comprehensive Plan 2035 Projects
Interested in joining the committee?
Are you interested in local land use issues and problems confronting your neighborhood? We are looking for residents and business owners in Sullivan's Gulch to help us work with the City to plan and protect the livability of our neighborhood.