EPAP Committees

PORTLAND ACTION PLAN

Committees & Representatives
East Portland Action Plan (EPAP) Committees & Representatives demonstrate the work being done by the community through the EPAP. Everyone is welcome to Committee meetings. Healthy food from local businesses is provided. If you need a child care, disability, cultural, language, or other accommodation to fully participate in an EPAP meeting, please contact: lore.wintergreen@portlandoregon.gov or 503.823.4035.
 
New members and proposals for new Representatives and Committees are always welcome! You must have attended at least two general East Portland Action Plan meetings, signed a Participation Agreement, and request time on the general meeting agenda to be approved as a Representative or to establish a Committee.
If you want committee meeting dates, times, locations, and contacts, or the list of EPAP issue-specific Representatives and contact information, please open the attached EPAP Committees & Representatives document located at the bottom of the page and to the left. The following is a list of each Committee by name and purpose.
 
East Portland Action Plan (EPAP) general meeting: Purpose - To coordinate advocacy for implementation of the East Portland Action Plan.
EPAP ChairsPurpose - To plan and organize the EPAP.
EPAP Civic Engagement SubcommitteePurpose - To organize multi-cultural/language appropriate Civic Engagement workshop curriculum and advocate for ongoing funding.
EPAP Communications CommitteePurpose - To provide communication support (materials and web page development, and translation/interpretation) to the EPAP.
EPAP Economic Development SubcommitteePurpose - To develop a strong business environment which strengthens existing businesses, promotes new businesses, and expands family wages jobs in East Portland.
EPAP Grants Review CommitteePurpose - To provide EPAP granting opportunities with direction, review, and selection.
EPAP Housing: Purpose - To find common ground in supporting a range of housing types in East Portland as a means to strengthen livable communities; encourage healthy, complete, and stable neighborhoods; and promote family wage jobs.
EPAP OperationsPurpose - To function as an EPAP decision making body in time-sensitive situations and to develop and execute EPAP strategy.
EPAP Structures CommitteePurpose - To plan and organize the function & process of the EPAP.
EPAP Technical Advisory CommitteePurpose - To work collaboratively to implement Action items and to coordinate website reports of agency progress on specific Action items.