The Collaboration Project — through its work group on Neighborhood Livability — places an unprecedented emphasis on evaluating and recommending unique programs and standards that will enhance neighborhood livability around the Oregon State University campus.
The work group will work with community members, neighborhood residents and stakeholders, including Oregon State faculty, staff and students to address a wide range of livability issues. The specific goals of the Neighborhood Livability work group are:
- Recommend a sustainable program to mitigate issues associated with Oregon State’s growth within neighborhoods – for example livability standards.
- Recommend associated municipal code amendments and OSU student conduct standards to help achieve and maintain livability standards.
- Evaluate and recommend funding mechanisms to support an enhanced code enforcement and student conduct programs.
- Evaluate, recommend and promote opportunities that utilize OSU students, peer and neighborhood volunteers in outreach and informational programs.