Our Mission
The Path Planning Committee advises the Board of Directors and operations personnel on conditions of the paths and other public spaces at the Oregon Country Fair, emphasizes the importance of the public Fair-goers' experiences, identifies needs and goals of Fair family and the public, and recommends changes and additions to enhance and improve public spaces and infrastructure. The committee is charged with designating replacement space to compensate for booth areas lost to river erosion or other causes.

Our Meetings
We usually meet thirteen days after the first Monday of the month. Our meetings usually start at noon and last three hours.The committee is a conduit for the Fair family to give voice to path concerns that are conveyed to the Board and operations personnel. Anyone can make comments or recommendations during the "Public Comments" agenda item or during the discussion of other agenda items.



May 15 , 2022. Site walk 10:00 - 12:00/Potluck, In person and Online meeting 1:00 - 3:00 via ZOOM-
3:00 Group photo
Email path planning (see below) to request a link to the Zoom meeting and/or the long range study website.

Minutes, review, amend, and approve (April)
Public comments
Agenda review, amend, approve (please add new business at this time)
Diversity learning moment (Amy), recruit volunteer for next month
Board liaison

Committee Liaisons - Committee best practices, COVID response team, LUMP-(Upper River Loop), Safe Fair, Carbon Neutral, Craft/Food, Peach Power, SWAG, others?
Subcommittees Check in (Front of Fair,, Smoking, Night lighting,)
Homework 4/16/22
Amy Diversity Learning Moment
Signage for sani, Dan’s friend/bi lingual signage/connect with banners and signs
Paxton/Amy- Smoking subcommittee site walk/work plan?
Front of the Fair subcommittee where were we, what are the action items
Dean and Redd connect with Genevieve; Festive restive, joyful entrance
Jon- how does Pisgah do it legally with hay rides
Kirsten- look for budget for festive restive and public bus shuttle; du caniveaux conversation with attention to finding amenable solution for 2022;

Site Walk-
Meet at Main Camp at 10:00 am
● Politics park smoking area- flag and plan
● Upper River Loop, attn to du caniveaux area, arch park, smoking section, way back way/maple commons entertainment possibility, Reggie's bench
● Shady Grove- flag and firm up expansion path
● Strawberry lane- flag and firm up expansion path
● Xavanadu child care plan at Work-it Shop
● Site Walk follow up discussion
○ Game Room/Wallys Way move- Hilary, toy safety, rocking horse
○ Draw to arc park/shady lane vendors/ stage at sitting area with programming? ambiance/entertainment- maple commons
○ Child Care at Work It Shop
○ Little Wing
○ Du Caniveaux/URL Closure update
○ Ark park smoking section follow up discussion
○ Reggie's bench plaque
● Festive restive plan
● Hillary’s Capacity Report
● Small workshops/hands on events attn to social distancing,
● Data gathering brainstorm for this year
● Yearly work-plan. Check in and revise as needed
○ September: Diversity Learning Moment; OCF 2022 debrief, add to yearly work plan, cultural resources report, memoria discussion
■ Create separate du caniveaux 2.0 plan design charette
○ October: Diversity Learning Moment, Officer assignments, Determine study areas for 2023. I.e. Strawberry Lane, shady grove, rainbow connection, politics park, path widths, stage audience areas etc. Assign Study areas to work plan; public path options back of hoarse chorale to back of Morningwood, possible camping security area,Identify replacement/expansion areas
○ November: Diversity Learning Moment, Guideline changes, du caniveaux 2.0 plan, Capital projects,Identify replacement/expansion areas, memoria
○ December: Diversity Learning Moment, Guideline changes, Identify
replacement/expansion areas
○ January: Diversity Learning Moment, OCF 2023, Identify replacement/expansion areas
○ February: Diversity Learning Moment, OCF 2023, Du Caniveaux check in, Identify replacement/expansion areas
○ March: Diversity Learning Moment, Replacement Spaces, OCF 2023, memoria
○ Identify replacement/expansion areas
○ Data gathering brainstorm for 2023
○ April: Diversity Learning Moment, OCF 2023, front of fair subcommittee, Replacement Spaces, Site Walk, Identify replacement/expansion areas

New Business: To be added during agenda review and meeting
Homework Review
Meeting Evaluation/last round
Confirm next meeting for September 18,2022
Sub-committees, conveners and members; determine active and non-active, assign reporting months
● Pocket Parks: C) Kirk S M) Jon P, Amy H, Stephanie?
● Night Lighting: C) Paxton M) Amy H, Jon P, Dean
● Front of Fair: C) Colleen M) Paxton, Dean, Justin, Jon P, Amy H, Spirit
● Upper River Loop: C) Ann M) Sylvia, Kirk, Rosana, Justin
● Community Village Entrance: C) Kirk M) David T, Justin, Sue, Jon P, David H,
● Dust Abatement: C) Christy Banks M) Sylvia, Justin, Micheal Gibbons, Jon P, Renee Painter, Shelley Sue, *check in with Krystal Jackson about water crew involvement here*
● Heritage Trees: David T, Susanna DeFazio, Rosana (?)
● Cultural Resources: C) Jon P M) Ann, Tim, Cynthia,
● Memoria: C) Kirk M) Reggie, Amy H
● Smoking: C) Paxton M) Amy H, Shaz, Jon P, Kirk, Stephanie, Spirit
● Handwashing: C) Dan Mix M) Amy Hardy, Krystal, Amy Hand, Jon P, Dean, Otis
● ADA Accessibility: (C ) Emma (M) Michelle, Village David, Jon P, Kirk, Dean,*ON HOLD

Committee members:

Kirk Shultz, Amy Hand, Colleen Bauman, Dean Middleton, Dennis Todd, Sue Theolass, Sylvia Fireman, Otis Gray, Jon Pincus, Spirit Leatherwood, Paxton Hoag, Justin Honea, Ann Rogers, Wren Arrington, Stephanie Head, Michelle Abunaja*

committee minutes
projects, studies, and planning tools (includes Front of Fair studies)
the river and the path
suspension bridge plans for Long Tom River crossing
Dragon fire

gray water re-use and disposal
history of OCF path planning
Land Use Management and Planning manual
Vegetation management
Go-to-Meeting user's guide
e-mail pathplanning
e-mail the webmaster
Oregon Country Fair Family web site
Oregon Country Fair Public web site