Browsing Individual city documents by Author "Oregon Downtown Development Association"

Navigation

Display Options

Results

  • Aurora (Or.); Oregon Downtown Development Association; Hilliard, Vicki D.; Henry, Heidi E.; Dortignacq, Robert; Huntington, Wallace (City of Aurora (Or.), 2000-04)
    The design team [for this Plan] worked with designated representatives of ODDA and Aurora. Work was based, in part, upon comments from prior studies including; Vision Aurora (1995), City of Aurora Transportation Plan (1999), ...
  • Coos Bay (Or.). Urban Renewal Agency; Coos Bay (Or.); PB PlaceMaking; Johnson Gardner; Oregon Downtown Development Association; Bramare Landscape Architecture (City of Coos Bay (Or.), 2008-12-02)
    More often than not, master plans are developed based on a vision and not market realities. This master plan moves previous planning efforts forward by market testing assumptions and concepts, incorporating developer ...
  • Oregon Downtown Development Association; Coos Bay (Or.); Bramare Landscape Architecture; PB PlaceMaking (City of Coos Bay (Or.), 2008-12-02)
    The existing zoning on the Hollering Place site does not fit its future use as outlined in the master plan. Currently, the bluff is zoned General Commercial and the portion of the lower site that is above the high water ...
  • Hubbard (Or.); Oregon Downtown Development Association; VanderZanden, Mark; Bernhardt, Magnus; Bosch, Mary; Dugger, Vicki (City of Hubbard (Or.), 2003-06-26)
    This report is a summary of information collected and synthesized by the ODDA Resource Team while working in Hubbard May 24-26, 2003. It is based on the information presented at the May 26th final presentation. The ...
  • Keizer (Or.); Spencer & Kupper; RBF Consulting. Urban Design Studio; Oregon Downtown Development Association (City of Keizer (Or.), 2004-01-28)
    The consulting team’s assignment was to create design vision for the River Road corridor; a marketing and branding strategy and theme; [and] a comprehensive implementation strategy for carrying out the River Road ...
  • Ontario (Or.); Oregon Downtown Development Association; Bosch, Mary; Zita, Richard; Ridenour, Eric (City of Ontario (Or.), 2005-06-23)
    As a regional center, Ontario is well positioned to capture retail spending from neighboring Idaho but business expansion in recent years has largely bypassed the traditional downtown business district. Specifically, the ...
  • Dugger, Vicki; Marketek, Inc.; Redmond (Or.); David Evans and Associates; Johnson Gardner; SERA Architects; Oregon Downtown Development Association (City of Redmond (Or.), 2006-05)
    The City and Urban Renewal Board actively implement the 2000 Downtown Action. Specifically, many components of the plan have been successfully implemented â including streetscape and alley enhancements, and the ...
  • Redmond (Or.); Oregon Downtown Development Association; SERA Architects (City of Redmond (Or.), 2006-05)
    The focus of Redmond’s Downtown Architectural Design Standards is pedestrian-oriented street life, which has long been hampered by heavy traffic volumes and freight movement along US97. The Downtown Design Standards originate ...
  • Dugger, Vicki; SERA Architects; Redmond (Or.); Oregon Downtown Development Association (City of Redmond (Or.), 2004-12)
    This Next Steps Report serves as a follow-up to the on- and off-site work that included a review of existing plans, codes, Urban Renewal projects and information gathered from downtown stakeholders. The purpose of this ...
  • Dougherty Landscape Architecture; Marketek, Inc.; SERA Architects; Veneta (Or.); Oregon Downtown Development Association (City of Veneta (Or.), 2006-06)
    In 1984, the City of Veneta put together a Taskforce to study the need for, and potential of, an Urban Renewal District to help eliminate blight and serve as a catalyst for redevelopment. A planning grant was secured to ...
  • Winston (Or.); Oregon Downtown Development Association; Marketek, Inc.; Bennett, Thomas; DLA, Inc. (City of Winston (Or.), 2005-06)
    Winston’s Downtown Redevelopment Plan outlines a framework for revitalization and identifies specific business development actions; streetscape improvements; and infill opportunities that best capitalize on existing ...

Search Scholars' Bank


Advanced Search

Browse

My Account

Statistics