Keizer : Comprehensive plan
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The Keizer Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for guiding conservation and development in the City of Keizer to the year 2005. The goal of the plan is to accommodate the conservation and development of Keizer’s resources, neighborhoods and lands in a timely, orderly and efficient manner consistent with the needs and aspirations of present and future city residents. It is also the plan’s goal to ensure that Keizer is an active participant in the Salem/Keizer region, and the actions and activities of regional significance are coordinated with all appropriate local governments. It is the intent of this plan to specify the goals and policies unique to the situation and opportunity in Keizer. It recognizes, however, the hard work of citizens, local officials and professionals who prepared the Salem Area Comprehensive Plan. Much of this work is still appropriate for Keizer; many of the findings, goals and policies listed in the SACP can be found in this document. But other policies were developed for Keizer only, by Keizer citizens and officials for the City of Keizer. These policies make this plan specific to Keizer, and will result in a future community unique to the region. [From the Plan]
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Northwest National, LLC; Benner Stange Associates; RPS Development; Keizer (Or.); Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects (City of Keizer (Or.), 2007-07)The Keizer Station Plan is intended to build on the objectives that were previously used to guide the preparation of the Chemawa Activity Center Plan: establish a northern gateway into the Keizer area; provide an ...
Keizer (Or.) (City of Keizer (Or.), 2006-10-02)[The goal of the Plan is] to develop a long range Master Plan that will be used to guide the development of the Keizer Rapids Park in the coming years into a community park and regional facility of statewide significance. ...
Keizer (Keizer, 2010-11-23)Text amendment to Section 2.308 (Signs) of the Keizer Development Code to allow certain signs such as A-frame signs which are now considered as temporary signs to be allowed as permanent signs subject to certain standards.