For our three 2020 Strategic Imperatives the FOT board voted to 1) continue with the National Historic Register nomination effort; 2) continue to work on view improvements; and 3) to seek funding to build a second gateway sign at the south end of Terwilliger Parkway just up from Barbur Blvd. Read on to hear about our 2019 and 2020 Strategic Imperatives…
Check out the options for the Marquam Hill Connector that is planned to cross Terwilliger Parkway and let TriMet know what you think.
Throughout Portland, developed public parks and playgrounds are closed to limit the rate spread of Covid-19, but Terwilliger Parkway footpath and bike lanes are still open for use We can continue to walk, jog, or cycle in Terwilliger Parkway enjoying the nature and its splendid views as spring bursts forth, but let’s protect and look out for one another by practicing a few simple rules:
The Portland Bureau of Transportation has largely completed the installation of new LED light fixtures on the light poles along Terwilliger Parkway between Duniway Park and Capitol Hwy. The change is notable!