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  • McMinnville (Or.) (City of McMinnville (Or.), 1987-04-14)
    Districts, buildings, objects, structures, and sites in the City having special historical, architectural, or cultural significance should be preserved as a part of the City’s heritage. To this end, regulatory controls and ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (2006-03-23)
    This document summarizes and evaluates the historical and architectural characteristics and significance of the Centennial Mill property, currently owned by the Portland Development Commission. It is intended to inform ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland Development Commission; SERA Architects; Mayer/Reed; KPFF Consulting Engineers (Portland Development Commission, 2008-12-13)
    The purpose of this plan is to clarify the public’s interests and aspirations for the Centennial Mills site. This plan does not posit particular redevelopment schemes for the property. Rather, it outlines the various ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Environmental Services; Portland Parks and Recreation; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Transportation; KPFF Consulting Engineers; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Development Services; SERA Architects (Portland Development Commission, 2006-04)
    The Portland Development Commission (PDC) and the Bureau of Planning are working with stakeholders to create a framework plan for the Centennial Mills site, which will summarize public’s goals for the site. The framework ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning and Sustainability; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2009-03)
    This document provides a framework for understanding the history of urban planning and public works in the City of Portland between 1851 and 1965 and for evaluating the significance of City-owned historic resources. The ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Heritage Research Associates; David J. Newton Associates; SRI/Shapiro, Inc.; Whitlock, Cathy; Association of Oregon Archaeologists; Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon; Oetting, Albert C. (City of Portland (Or.), 1996-06)
    This report is intended to satisfy a Statewide Planning Goal 5 requirement to protect cultural resource areas in the City.... For purposes of the City's first periodic review of the Comprehensive Plan, "cultural resources" ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 2007-12-20)
    The purpose of this document is to provide an overview of the history of East Portland and a preliminary analysis of issues and trends that can inform historic preservation efforts in the area. The intent is to outline the ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1994-07)
    The guidelines for the East Portland/Grand Avenue Historic Design Zone are to guide exterior alterations of existing buildings, and new construction, including additions. [From the document]
  • Portland (Or.); Portland Historical Landmarks Commission (Portland, Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 2007-01)
    This document summarizes a number of financial programs -- primarily grants, loans and tax benefits -- that support historic preservation, renovation and rehabilitation projects and programs in Portland. These programs are ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland Historical Landmarks Commission (Portland, Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2000-09-05)
    This document contains the Historic Alphabet District’s boundary map, historic context statement, and adopted interim design guidelines. The applicability chart for design review and the adopting ordinance are also ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2003-02)
    This document, Historic Context, Hawthorne Boulevard from SE 20th to SE 55th Avenues, supports materials prepared to evaluate historic resources in an area that may be affected by the Hawthorne transportation project. ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (Portland (Or.), 1992-02)
    This document has been written to help residents and others interested in local historic districts understand the process and implications of creating a local historic district. [From the Document]
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2006-07)
    The Oregon Legislature recently amended the Historic Special Assessment Program to allow owners of historic residential property to apply for a second 15-year period of special assessment if the local jurisdiction adopts ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland State University. Dept. of Urban Studies and Planning. Comprehensive Planning Workshop (City of Portland (Or.), 1990)
    The Comprehensive Planning Worshop is the capstone of the Portland State University's Master of Urban Planning program. The worshop projects are planning studies that have a practical use long after the school term is ...
  • Portland Historical Landmarks Commission (Portland, Or.); Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 1974)
    These are some of the notions, plans and methods which indicate that the preservation movement is off dead-center and moving in a positive direction. [From the document]
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 2001-11-15)
    The guidelines for the King’s Hill Historic District are intended to guide exterior alterations of existing buildings (including additions) and new construction. The guidelines are designed to maintain and preserve those ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland Historical Landmarks Commission (Portland, Or.); Ladd's Addition Conservation District Advisory Council (City of Portland (Or.), 1988-02-10)
    To protect he historic character of Ladd's Addition, the City has adopted guidelines and criteria for development and preservation, which apply to both public and private actions. The District Guidelines are intended to ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Lair Hill District Advisory Council (Portland, Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 1980-10)
    The... guidelines were generated by the Lair Hill District Advisory Council to provide the designer/developer with a basic tool for new development within the district. Existing buildings in the neighborhood were analyzed ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland Development Commission; Nelson, Donald R. (City of Portland (Or.), 2004-09)
    The study area for the Midtown Blocks Historic Assessment includes twenty-six blocks defined by the half-block Park Blocks between SW Salmon to the south and W Burnside to the north, as well as those blocks immediately ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1996-02-21)
    The purpose of these guidelines is to encourage rehabilitation and new construction which respect and enhance the character of the District. The guidelines are not intended to be inflexible; rather, they seek to guide ...

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