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  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 1998)
    In preparing this document the mayor-appointed Vision Update Committee worked to reflect the consensus of citizen views. The illustrations designed especially for this document form a visual framework for the future ...
  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2001-03)
    The Master Plan Update for Corvallis Municipal Airport has been prepared to assess and direct improvements that will be required to accommodate future aviation demand. The master planning process has made use of a working ...
  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2007-10-23)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a 5-year plan identifying capital improvement expenditures throughout the community. The CIP provides sound financial planning and management projects which preserve existing publicly ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Forest Restoration Partnership; Gagliasso, Donald (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2007-08)
    This plan has two main goals. First, to provide silvicultural prescriptions that can reduce the risk of property loss, due to wildland fire, in the Vineyard Mountain subdivision. Second, to promote a better understanding ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Corvallis (Or.). Community Development Dept. (City of Corvallis (Or.), 1998-12)
    The City’s Comprehensive Plan, completed as part of the City’s Periodic Review and adopted by the City Council in December 1998, was approved by the State of Oregon’s Land Conservation and Development Commission on June ...
  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2006-12-31)
    The Comprehensive Plan of the City of Corvallis is the primary document that guides and controls land use within the City Limits and the Urban Growth Boundary. The Corvallis Comprehensive Plan is intended to reflect ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Corvallis (Or.). Community Development Dept. Housing Division (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2003-05-15)
    The Corvallis Consolidated Plan presents a strategic vision for housing and community development for the period beginning July 2003 and ending June 2008. The Plan includes a One Year Action Plan (found in a separate ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Corvallis (Or.). Community Development Dept. (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2001-06)
    Phase II of the Corvallis Land Development Code Update The Corvallis Planning Commission has held four worksessions addressing items for update of the Land Development Code (LDC). The primary purpose of this effort is ...
  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2009)
    Development codes are ordinances implementing a local government's comprehensive plan. They include two components: a zoning ordinance and a subdivision ordinance, which may be adopted and published as separate documents ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Melvin Mark Development Company; Kittelson & Associates (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2002-06)
    The parking management strategies presented are intended for adoption by the City of Corvallis and immediate implementation. The transportation mode split goals for Downtown Corvallis will take time to achieve and will ...
  • Kittelson & Associates; Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2001-04)
    The Corvallis Downtown Parking Study has been initiated in conjunction with the City's goals for achieving a sustainable downtown. The study is a collaborative effort of the City staff, the Parking Commission, and the ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Benton County (Or.); Winterbrook Planning (Firm) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2004-12-06)
    The Natural Features Project provides comprehensive information about the location and condition of natural resources and hazards within the Corvallis urban growth boundary (UGB). This information is needed by the City ...
  • Adamus, Paul; Pacific Habitat Services; Winterbrook Planning (Firm); Ecotrust; Salix Associates; Corvallis (Or.); Wilson, Lovema (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2004-11-16)
    This Local Wetlands Inventory (LWI) is a part ofthe 2003 Corvallis Natural Resources Inventory. The LWI includes all wetlands within the Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) at least 0.5 acres in size and uses the standards and ...
  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2007-11-19)
    This Mitigation Plan addresses all levels of natural hazard events and some human caused hazards as well. The Plan includes minor events such as winter storms or localized storm water flooding that may happen in some ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Oregon. Dept. of Land Conservation and Development; Satre Associates; Innovative Transportation Concepts, Inc (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2001-07-27)
    The North Corvallis Area Plan (NCAP) represents a comprehensive planning project for future urban development in northern Corvallis, Oregon, and its urban fringe, encompassing the Crescent Valley and Lewisburg areas. ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Satre Associates; Corvallis (Or.). Parks and Recreation Dept. (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2004-09-31)
    The City of Corvallis contracted with Satre Associates, P.C. to prepare a plan for recreation services in Corvallis. Reductions in financial resources over the last five years combined with a growing and dynamic demand for ...
  • Corvallis (Or.); Otak, Inc. (City of Corvallis (Or.), 1997-12-31)
    The purpose of the South Corvallis Area Refinement Plan Refinement Plan is to update and refine comprehensive plan policies and map designations for South Corvallis. The recommendations in this plan are directed at enhancing ...
  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2007-02)
    A public facility plan, as defined in OAR 660-11-0005 (1), is "a support document or documents to a comprehensive plan. The facility plan describes the water, sewer and transportation facilities which are to support the ...
  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2002-09)
    The City of Corvallis (City) worked with a 13-member Stormwater Planning Committee (SWPC) to develop the City of Corvallis Stormwater Master Plan (SWMP). The committee members were appointed by the Mayor and met over a ...
  • Corvallis (Or.) (City of Corvallis (Or.), 2006-12)
    To accommodate the growth of the City and its transit demand, several fundamental shifts in the design philosophy of the system are proposed. The shift of focus described by these recommendations is typically required ...

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