Community-Led Development District Survey
We believe that investments and development projects that come to the Cully neighborhood must create more stability and opportunity for people of color and low-income people, instead of driving up rents and pushing people out of the neighborhood. The goal of this survey is to understand what kinds of investments will be most beneficial to people and groups that are vulnerable to displacement — specifically Black and Indigenous people, people of color, renters, mobile home residents, and low-income people. If you live or work in the Cully neighborhood (97218 zip code in Portland, OR), or if you are part of the Cully community in some other way, we want to hear from you!
Your responses will inform a proposal for a new Community-Led Development District, also known as a TIF (tax increment financing) District, which is being drafted by a coalition of non-profit organizations and Cully residents. Over the next 20 years, this district could generate $50 million or more for investments that fight gentrification by providing stability and prosperity for residents who are vulnerable to displacement. These investments could include affordable homes, jobs, and the chance to own a business. Learn more about this project at cullycommunityled.org
- Any personal information you enter here will be kept confidential and and will not be used to identify individuals in any reporting or public documents.
- Once you complete the survey, you can share your contact information to stay informed about the project. The first 400 people to complete the survey will receive a $5 gift card!