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  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 1989-02)
    The 1987 Vacant Land Inventory updates the City's Comprehensive Plan vacant land inventory through June 1987 to provide a current data base and to address new requirements adopted by the Land Conservation and ...
  • Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 1991-08)
    The City Council created Portland Future Focus in April 1990 to develop a vision and plan for the next decade. The planning process is led by a Policy Committee of 155 citizens. Although City government has provided the ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Eugene (Or.). Planning and Development Dept. (City of Eugene (Or.), 1992-10)
    Community objectives developed during the course of the Commercial Lands Study describe a vision of the City in which: downtown continues to serve as a major employment center for office-based commercial, government, ...
  • Gresham (Or.) (City of Gresham (Or.), 1992-12)
    [The 30 year vision for Gresham] emphasized the maintenance of existing open space and the creation of a new community identity by concentrating higher density development in the traditional community center[;] a system ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Office of Transportation (City of Portland (Or.), 1993-06)
    This report to the Planning Commission documents public outreach undertaken and information gathered in the first phase of the Livable City Project. It also makes recommendations for the work program in Phase II. [From ...
  • West Linn (Or.); West Linn (Or.). Dept. of Planning and Development (City of West Linn (Or.), 1994-02)
    This “vision statement” is an outline of what may happen to West Linn if we do nothing, what could happen to West Linn with some planning and foresight, and how we might get there.... Goals have been developed in five ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.); Leland Consulting Group; Tashman Associates (City of Portland (Or.), 1994-11)
    The Infill and Redevelopment Strategies project consists of: analyzing the demand for housing and mixed residential/commercial uses and identifying those factors that may be expected to affect demand for such development within ...
  • Yachats (Or.) (City of Yachats (Or.), 1996)
    This section has two primary elements. The first is a listing of the many action items suggested by the community over the course of four focus group meetings and two community workshops.... The second major element is ...
  • 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 ...
  • Portland (Or.). Office of Transportation; Collins, Maggie; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 1999-02)
    This Compliance Report builds upon the Compliance Evaluation submitted to Metro in August 1998. It describes Portland's "compliance" with requirements and recommendations made in Metro's Urban Growth Management ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1999-02)
    This Compliance Report builds upon the Compliance Evaluation submitted to Metro in August 1998. It describes Portland's "compliance" with requirements and recommendations made in Metro's Urban Growth Management ...
  • Heppner (Or.); Heppner Coordinating Council (City of Heppner (Or.), 1999-06)
    A decade ago [prior to 1999], the Heppner Economic Development Corporation (HEDC) was founded to guide job maintenance and expansion in the community. In September of 1990, a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and ...
  • Portland (Or.); Association for Portland Progress; Portland Development Commission (City of Portland (Or.), 1999-10)
    The document... establishes a foundation for strategies to ensure that Portland's downtown retail sector will capture its market share in the next 15 years. These strategies will be designed to attract shoppers to a vital ...
  • Portland Development Commission; Portland (Or.); Keyser Marston Associates (City of Portland (Or.), 2000-02)
    This document represents the second phase of the District Retail Strategies in a joint effort between the City and local business community to guide Portland's downtown retail sector into the 21st Century. Phase I established ...
  • Beaverton (Or.) (City of Beaverton (Or.), 2000-07)
    Maintaining a resilient economy requires planning. While we cannot always predict economic cycles, we know our economy will periodically experience downturns. The City of Beaverton seeks to minimize the impact of economic ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Portland Oregon Visitor’s Association; Oregon Convention Center; Economics Research Associates (City of Portland (Or.), 2001-01-11)
    The planned Oregon Convention Center expansion will add approximately 100,000 to 150,000 room nights over the course of the next decade. With continued economic growth and OCC expansion, hotel occupancy rates will climb ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission (Portland Development Commission, 2001-02-14)
    The research and analysis undertaken and described in this Strategy is the basis for the conclusions and recommendations being made herein to address employment opportunities, wage levels, workforce development and ...
  • Tualatin (Or.) (City of Tualatin (Or.), 2001-06)
    The following are the objectives of Tualatin’s Economic Development Action Plan: 1. Maintain an inventory of development related information with selected information published in an attractive manner. 2. Actively ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Traffic Management; Portland Parks and Recreation; Parametrix, Inc.; Winterbrook Planning (Firm); StastnyBrun Architects; Hobson Ferrarini Associates; David Evans and Associates (Portland Development Commission, 2001-10)
    The Development Plan has two elements: a vision statement and an action plan. The vision is a broad statement about the future of the neighborhood. The action plan includes supporting goals and objectives and identifies ...
  • ECO Northwest, Ltd.; McMinnville (Or.) (City of McMinnville (Or.), 2001-11)
    [T]he document provides the following: review of national, state, and local economic trends as required by OAR 660-009-0015 (1); evaluation of the site requirements of businesses likely to locate in McMinnville as ...

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