Redmond : Comprehensive plan
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Redmond's Comprehensive land use planning, required by Oregon law, creates goals and policies that support good jobs and affordable homes, protects natural resources, and preserves historic buildings. The Comprehensive Plan is a guide to the future growth, development and redevelopment of the Redmond urban area within a framework of goals and policies consistent with the physical characteristics, ideas and resources of the community. The Goals and Policies respond to the needs and conditions which exist presently and will provide the initial guidance for future City programs, major capital projects and other funding decisions for the next 20+ years. Redmond's planning challenge is to reinforce and strengthen the livability of our community in the face of rapid regional growth. [From the Plan]
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Redmond (Or.); Project Wildfire; Lighthall, Kate (City of Redmond (Or.), 2006-11-19)This document outlines the priorities, strategies and action plans for fuels reduction treatments in the greater Redmond wildland urban interface. This CWPP also addresses special areas of concern and makes recommendations ...
Redmond (Or.); David Evans and Associates (City of Redmond (Or.), 2008-01)The general purpose of the plan is to: update the previous plan by listing park improvements accomplished; identify and locate proposed new parks in relation to the UGB expansion; establish a range of park types (e.g. ...
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