PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Restaurants in downtown Oregon City will be able to expand their outdoor seating after the city commission approved a temporary plan through November 2020.
The Parklet Pilot Program will let businesses expand into spots normally reserved for vehicles — that is, parking lots and some streets. The program was approved through November and will be reviewed at that time.
Whatever changes are needed will be put into place for a restart March 15, 2021 through next November.
Oregon City restaurants along 7th Street (Singer Hill Road to Jackson Street can put up a temporary parklet for the outdoor dining once they get a permit.
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