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Bend seeks input on central westside future


Bend’s central westside is rapidly changing with new residential development, schools, parks and an expanded Oregon State University – Cascades campus on the horizon.

As a first step in developing a transportation and land use strategy for the area, the city of Bend is inviting community members to provide ideas about different ways that transportation and land use could shape these neighborhoods.

Community open house
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 2
Riverbend Community Room
799 SW Columbia St., Bend

The City will also provide an opportunity to comment online from March 30 through April 13, at

Over the next year, the city will work closely with residents to develop a land use and transportation strategy for Bend’s central westside.

“If you want the opportunity to chart the destiny of Bend’s central westside, now is the time,” said Councilor Doug Knight, a council liaison to the project’s Community Advisory Committee.

The Community Advisory Committee meets regularly to provide input on the planning process. These meetings are open to the public. The city of Bend is coordinating the Central Westside Plan with other planning efforts.

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