Wilsonville Town Center Streetscape Plan

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Town Center Future Development Rendering

In 2019, the City of Wilsonville adopted the Town Center Plan establishing a vision for a vibrant, walkable community hub that inspires people to come together and socialize, shop, live, and work.

To achieve the plan's goals and broader vision, the City is developing a streetscape plan that establishes design guidelines for sidewalks and streets, including items such as street furniture, lighting fixtures, landscaping, public art placement and pavement design. The completed plan creates a distinct look and feel for Town Center streets. Over time, the new streetscape will be critical in fostering a strong sense of place for residents, employees and visitors.

With new landscaping features, plaza spaces and bike/pedestrian infrastructure planned, project leaders seek first to inform the design by gathering community input on which elements to prioritize and what design aesthetic is preferred for the final Streetscape Plan. After a series of public forums and stakeholder interviews to gather input, three alternatives for the future Town Center streetscape will be designed.

The Town Center Streetscape Plan project team held two Public Forums on November 10, 2020 to provide an overview of the project and gather ideas on important streetscape elements from participants. The team shared these ideas with the Planning Commission at a work session on November 12, where commissioners provided additional feedback and direction to the project team. Over the next few months, the initial concepts presented at the Forums will be refined using the input received from the public and Planning Commission, with additional public outreach anticipated in early 2021.

If you weren’t able to participate in either of the Forums, you can learn more about this project by viewing the presentation materials on the City’s website. We are still looking for your ideas and inspiration for the project so please don’t forget to participate in our ongoing outreach question below.

Follow this page to receive future updates!


In 2019, the City of Wilsonville adopted the Town Center Plan establishing a vision for a vibrant, walkable community hub that inspires people to come together and socialize, shop, live, and work.

To achieve the plan's goals and broader vision, the City is developing a streetscape plan that establishes design guidelines for sidewalks and streets, including items such as street furniture, lighting fixtures, landscaping, public art placement and pavement design. The completed plan creates a distinct look and feel for Town Center streets. Over time, the new streetscape will be critical in fostering a strong sense of place for residents, employees and visitors.

With new landscaping features, plaza spaces and bike/pedestrian infrastructure planned, project leaders seek first to inform the design by gathering community input on which elements to prioritize and what design aesthetic is preferred for the final Streetscape Plan. After a series of public forums and stakeholder interviews to gather input, three alternatives for the future Town Center streetscape will be designed.

The Town Center Streetscape Plan project team held two Public Forums on November 10, 2020 to provide an overview of the project and gather ideas on important streetscape elements from participants. The team shared these ideas with the Planning Commission at a work session on November 12, where commissioners provided additional feedback and direction to the project team. Over the next few months, the initial concepts presented at the Forums will be refined using the input received from the public and Planning Commission, with additional public outreach anticipated in early 2021.

If you weren’t able to participate in either of the Forums, you can learn more about this project by viewing the presentation materials on the City’s website. We are still looking for your ideas and inspiration for the project so please don’t forget to participate in our ongoing outreach question below.

Follow this page to receive future updates!