Help shape the future of Charbonneau.
Whether you live in one of the 13 homeownership associations, work in the Village Center or enjoy nature walks along the Willamette River, you probably agree that Charbonneau is a great place to live, work and play.
At the center of our active, vibrant community is the Charbonneau Clubhouse where residents, their families and friends enjoy classes, clubs, events and meetings.
The building’s size and infrastructure can be challenging though, especially when multiple events are held; such as, an art class in the basement happening at the same time a Zumba class is vigorously stepping out a lively beat directly above.
For many years now, Charbonneau’s Board of Directors and staff have grappled with how the Clubhouse’s space and resources can best serve the needs of current and future residents.
The recent purchase of the vacant restaurant building – temporarily referred to as the Annex – could provide additional space for services, activities and events.
A preliminary inspection indicated that the building’s construction is solid, but damage from a leaking roof, the location of load bearing walls and overall disrepair means important choices need to be made about the future of the facility.
No final decisions have been made, and the Board is asking for your feedback.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU
A community engagement process has kicked off to ensure residents have a voice in the future of the Clubhouse and surrounding facilities. Opportunities to learn about the project, ask questions, review design ideas and provide feedback will take place over the next several weeks.
HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE OF CHARBONNEAU:
- Community Meeting at the Charbonneau Clubhouse / 3:30 to 5:00 pm / Wednesday, May 29
- Community Open House at the Charbonneau Clubhouse / 1:00 to 2:30 pm / Sunday, June 2
Questions? Contact CCC General Manager Jim Meierotto: Jim@CharbonneauCountryClub.com or 503-694-2300