Angelo Planning Group (APG), with offices located in the historic Pittock Block building in downtown Portland, Oregon, is a leader in the urban and community planning field. Our services include Comprehensive Planning, Concept and Master Planning, Transportation Planning, Public Facility Planning, Environmental Planning, Development Code updates and Development Services.
APG is widely recognized for its strong technical planning expertise and ability to balance project objectives and community needs to achieve successful, consensus-based solutions. APG’s staff of ten professional planners offers well over 100 years of combined experience working with complex land use and transportation issues in the Pacific Northwest. The firm’s success comes from an in-depth knowledge of federal, state, and local policies and procedures, as well as a collaborative and responsive approach to working with our clients and community stakeholders. We are proud of our outstanding record of efficient, responsive service to our clients.
We are an Oregon and Washington certified DBE/WBE Corporation. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about us and our exciting projects.
February, 2016 - Join us in congratulating Serah Breakstone, AICP and Rebecca Hewitt, AICP on their promotion to Senior Planner!
Serah has been with APG since 2005, and specializes in code assistance projects and development permits. She enjoys working with smaller jurisdictions where she has ample opportunity to interact with the client while exploring new communities. Projects where she can see results on the ground are especially rewarding. Serah has taken a leadership role in the Oregon chapter of the American Planning Association; she was co-chair of the 2015 OAPA conference and she is the Oregon Chair for the 2016 joint Oregon/Washington APA Conference.
Becky joined the firm in 2008, and has played an integral role in several of APG's most complex projects, including assisting with day-to-day project management for the Bend Urban Growth Boundary Remand and concept plans such as South Cooper Mountain. She also enjoys corridor/downtown plans like Woodburn Highway 99E and Dundee's downtown development code update where land use and transportation come together. She recently helped secure approval for a goal exception to enable adaptive reuse of a historic powerhouse and related facilities, a decision which was upheld on appeal to the Land Use Board of Appeals.
Congratulations and keep up the excellent work!