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It’s business for good.

Lloyd EcoDistrict: A model of sustainability

In the inner Northeast Portland area known as the Lloyd District, there’s an innovative, thriving coalition of businesses, residents and organizations that have come together with one audacious goal: to become the most sustainable living-and-working district in North America.

We’re working to achieve that goal using a “triple bottom line” approach that emphasizes people, planet and profit in equal consideration. Our projects and policies all embrace this approach, because we know our success will ultimately be measured in all three areas.

We’re accomplishing great things in transportation, water, energy and waste. And we want every business case and public project to be both viable and replicable, so we can lead by example and others can learn from our efforts and our successes.

Learn more about our vision – and our methods.

Lloyd EcoDistrict’s Priority Projects

The Lloyd EcoDistrict has undertaken five showcase priority areas which began in 2012.

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Get Social with Lloyd EcoDistrict

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Fresh Off the Press

Lloyd EcoDistrict Capstone Report (pdf)

Roadmap (pdf)

Lloyd Project Playbook (pdf)

Strategic Energy Management (pdf)

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Top ten reasons to support the Lloyd EcoDistrict

  1. numba1It’s a saner way to think about growing communities in our changing world and economy.
  2. numba2The Lloyd District is one of last un tapped jewels of the city—come be a part of its renaissance!
  3. numba3The business leadership here is un paralleled: we work together and we get things done!

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Featured News

Lloyd District: Ecotopia Randy Gragg describes Lloyd in the not-too-distant future - with more residents, a "living machine," and a Lloyd Center Mall with a new look.

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