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1 Urban Planning in Oregon June 24, 2015 Redmond, Oregon Gordon Howard, DLCD Urban Planning Specialist GOAL 14 URBAN GROWTH BOUNDARY To provide for an orderly and efficient transition from rural to urban land use, to accommodate urban population and urban employment inside urban growth boundaries, to ensure efficient use of land, and to provide for livable communities. Need Demonstrated need to accommodate long range urban population, consistent with a 20 year population forecast coordinated with affected local governments; and Demonstrated need for housing, employment opportunities, livability or uses such as public facilities, streets and roads, schools, parks or open space, or any combination of the need categories. Can t be reasonably accommodated inside existing UGB Location Priorities Urban Reserve, Non resource lands, Farm and Forest lands Weigh and balance: Efficient accommodation of identified land needs; Orderly and economic provision of public facilities and services; Comparative environmental, energy, economic and social consequences; and Compatibility of the proposed urban uses with nearby agricultural and forest activities occurring on farm and forest land outside the UGB. 1

2 An entirely new alternative process for amending a city s Urban Growth Boundary will debut on January 1, Come tomorrow morning for all the details. GOAL 10 HOUSING To provide for the housing needs of citizens of the state. Buildable lands for residential use shall be inventoried and plans shall encourage the availability of adequate numbers of needed housing units at price ranges and rent levels which are commensurate with the financial capabilities of Oregon households and allow for flexibility of housing location, type and density. Housing Needs Analysis Example Portland Housing requirements Clear and objective standards for needed housing required No discrimination against manufactured homes and manufactured home parks No discrimination against licensed group homes and residences No inclusionary zoning allowed Goal 9 Economic Development To provide adequate opportunities throughout the state for a variety of economic activities vital to the health, welfare, and prosperity of Oregon's citizens. Example of Process Silverton 2

3 Employment Land Analysis Example Scappoose Reductions in Employment Land Changes in the plan designation of land in excess of two acres within an existing urban growth boundary from an industrial use designation to a non industrial use designation, or an other employment use designation to any other use designation, a city or county must address all applicable planning requirements, and: (a) Demonstrate that the proposed amendment is consistent with its most recent economic opportunities analysis and the parts of its acknowledged comprehensive plan which address the requirements of this division; or (b) Amend its comprehensive plan to incorporate the proposed amendment, consistent with the requirements of this division; or (c) Adopt a combination of the above, consistent with the requirements of this division. GOAL 12 TRANSPORTATION To provide and encourage a safe, convenient, and economic transportation system. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PLAN (TSP) A determination of transportation needs A road plan for a system of arterials and collectors and standards for the layout of local streets and other important non collector street connections. A public transportation plan A bicycle and pedestrian plan for a network of bicycle and pedestrian routes throughout the planning area. An air, rail, water and pipeline transportation plan For areas within an urban area containing a population greater than 25,000 persons a plan for transportation system management and demand management Policies and land use regulations for implementing the TSP A transportation financing program Example West Linn TSP streets West Linn TSP bicycle routes 3

4 West Linn TSP Pedestrian routes Plan map and zone changes ( ) If the change would significantly affect an existing or planned transportation facility, mitigation is required Significantly affect means Change facility classification Traffic inconsistent with existing classification Degrade performance of facility below acceptable standards Remedies: Amend TSP Adopt mitigation measures Reduce scope of or reject amendment GOAL 11 PUBLIC FACILITIES To plan and develop a timely, orderly and efficient arrangement of public facilities and services to serve as a framework for urban and rural development Public Facilities Plan Water, sewer, transportation required, most also include storm drainage Must contain: An inventory and general assessment of the condition of all the significant public facility systems; A list of the significant public facility projects which are to support the designated land uses. Rough cost estimates of each public facility project; A map or written description of each public facility project's general location or service area; Policy statement(s) or urban growth management agreement identifying the provider of each public facility system. An estimate of when each facility project will be needed; and A discussion of the provider's existing funding mechanisms and the ability of these and possible new mechanisms to fund the development of each public facility project or system. Oregon Moratorium Law 45 day notice to DLCD Public hearing adopting statement of need and shortage regarding water, sewer, transportation Within 60 days of beginning of moratorium, adopt a correction program 6 months to correct deficiency extensions allow a maximum of two years LUBA can invalidate if city doesn t follow procedure GOAL 5 RESOURCES To preserve natural resources and conserve scenic and historic areas and open spaces 4

5 Goal 5 resources Riparian corridors/fish habitat Wetlands Wildlife habitat Federal wild and scenic rivers State scenic waterways Groundwater resources Approved Oregon recreation trails Natural areas Wilderness areas Mineral and aggregate resources Energy sources Cultural areas (historic resources) Goal 5 process Inventory resource Adopt a list of significant resource sites ESEE decision process Identify conflicting uses Determine impact area Analyze environmental, social, economic and energy consequences of conflicts between the resource and conflicting uses Program to achieve the goal Implementing measures must be clear and objective Or voluntary alternative that is at least as good regarding protection of the resource Example of Goal 5 Inventory Bandon Wetlands Example of Goal 5 Protection Independence Historic District 5

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