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Summer Metroscape is Here!

Summer Metroscape is Here!
Housing: a conundrum everyone is trying to solve. The Summer 2016 issue of Metroscape magazine focuses on issues that impact the discussion--from sic buildings to finding a place in the 'burbs to vintage miniature houses.

Read All About It!

Read All About It!
Keep up with our work! Articles, reports, Metroscape and more are conveniently gathered in one place at the PSU library's PDXScholar.

Changes!

Changes!
What has changed in Portland's neighborhoods? Neighborhood Pulse looks at how percentages of the non-white population, the percentage of households with children, the percentage of households with those 65 and older, and more have changed between 2000 and 2010.
Welcome to the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies. The Institute was created to better connect the university to issues of concern to communities in the six-county Portland-Vancouver Metropolitan Area, and to bring new attention to key issues of metropolitan significance.

Interested in learning more about the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies? Keep up to date on news, opinions and other developments by following Director Sheila Martin's blog


The Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies is proud to be a member of the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership, which is a collaboration between the Urban Institute and local partners to further the development and use of neighborhood-level information systems in community-building and policymaking.