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    • Portland : How do we know it is us without our past? 

      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 : Lair Hill historic conservation district design guidelines 

      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 ...
    • McMinnville : Historic preservation ordinance 

      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 : Skidmore/Old Town guidelines 

      Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1987-08)
      [T]he Skidmore/Old Town Historic District is a unique asset to Portland and has been recognized nationally by its placement on the Register of Historic Places.... The design review process for projects within the Skidmore/Old ...
    • Portland : Ladd's Addition conservation district guidelines 

      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 : History of the Albina plan area 

      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 : Historic districts in the Albina Community 

      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]
    • Tualatin : Historic resource technical study and inventory 1992/1993 

      Tualatin (Or.) (City of Tualatin (Or.), 1993)
      The intent of this study is to compile the first historical context and historic resource inventory for the City of Tualatin on a citywide basis, determine which resources have historical significance, and recommend ...
    • Portland : The History of Portland's African American Community (1805 to the Present) 

      Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1993-02)
      This project was conceived from the Albina Community Plan, a revitalization plan for inner north and northeast Portland.... Past redevelopment efforts have taught community planners that preserving social and cultural ...
    • Portland: Recommended Albina community plan goal 5 economic, social, environmental, and energy analysis for historic design zones/neighborhood conservation districts 

      Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Albina Community Plan (City of Portland (Or.), 1993-02)
      To fulfill Statewide Goal 5 requirements, this report contains an Economic, Social, Environmental and Energy (ESEE) Analysis of historic resource protection for the recommended seven Historic Design Zone/Neighborhood ...
    • Jacksonville : Historic and cultural resource inventory (1993) 

      Kramer, George; Jacksonville (Or.) (City of Jacksonville (Or.), 1993-08)
      This 1992-93 report has the parallel goals of 1) expanding the study area beyond the Landmark District proper, and 2) to document for the first time the non-built resources that create the setting for Jacksonville and ...
    • Portland : East Portland/Grand Avenue historic design zone 

      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 : NW 13th Avenue historic district design guidelines 

      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 ...
    • Portland : Cultural resources protection plan for Columbia South Shore 

      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" ...
    • Springfield historic context statement 

      Springfield (Or.); Dennis, Michelle L.; Sekora, Linda; Koler Morrison Planning Consultants (City of Springfield (Or.), 1999)
      A historic context statement is a document used in planning for a community’s historic resources. It identifies the broad patterns of historic development of the community and identifies historic property types, such as ...
    • Ashland : Historic cemeteries preservation plan 

      Ashland (Or.); Atwood, Kay (City of Ashland (Or.), 2000-05)
      The City of Ashland Public Works Department has developed this preservation plan to establish guidelines for use and maintenance of Hargadine, Ashland, and Mountain View Cemeteries. The plan is intended for use by the ...
    • Portland : Historic alphabet district : community design guidelines addendum 

      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 : King’s Hill historic district guidelines 

      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 : Historic context, Hawthorne Boulevard from SE 20th to SE 55th Avenues 

      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 : Midtown Blocks historic assessment 

      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 ...