3J Project Recognized for Public Involvement

The Cornelius Town Center Plan project was recognized by the Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association (OAPA) at their 2019 Fall Conference! The project received OAPA’s award for Public Involvement and Participation which honors projects that “go the extra distance to innovate and cultivate meaningful discourse and positively impact community quality of life, with a focus on reaching communities that have traditionally been under-represented.” 3J’s Community Planning team provided project management and public involvement services.

Congratulations to the City of Cornelius and the rest of the project team which included: ECONorthwest, SERA Architects, DKS Associates, Elaine Howard Consulting, Veritas Collaborations, Tiberius Solutions and JET Planning.

From left to right: 3J Senior Planner, Anais Mathez, and City of Cornelius Development Director, Ryan Wells, accepted the OAPA award on behalf of the project team.