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Adopted by the City Council in 2019, the Wilsonville Town Center Plan is a long-range plan for how the Town Center area can better serve the interests and needs of residents, visitors, businesses and local employees. The approximate 170-acre project area encompasses the properties north of Wilsonville Road, within and adjacent to Town Center Loop, including Town Center shopping center, the former Fry’s Electronics, and former Regal Cinemas Theater. The plan outlines strategies for how the Town Center area can evolve into a more attractive, safe, and efficient mixed-use district.

If Measure 3-605 passes, urban renewal would be used to advance the Wilsonville Town Center Plan.

Community Engagement

Outreach Activities


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The Town Center Plan is a community-driven project, developed with the input from a broad cross-section of Wilsonville residents, business owners, and employees through a variety of public engagement opportunities. This outreach program won recognition from the Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association in 2018.

Projects in the Plan

The Town Center Plan contains a number of infrastructure and placemaking projects. You can read more about those projects by clicking or tapping below.

Town Center I-5 Pedestrian Bridge

One framework project found in the Town Center Plan is a new bicycle and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 5. The bridge, when built, will cross over Boones Ferry Road, Interstate 5, and Town Center Loop West, connecting Barber Street to the Wilsonville Town Center. 

The I-5 Bike/Ped Bridge is meant to provide a more centralized, safe pedestrian and bike crossing over I-5 with a gateway plaza at its east landing in the Wilsonville Town Center.

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