Fairview : Comprehensive plan
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The Plan is the result of many years of hard work by hundreds of local residents, governmental agencies, as well as other interested parties such as homeowner, advocacy groups (e.g., Fairview Creek Watershed Council) and neighborhood groups. Unlike some plans this document is not the result of a single planning effort. Rather it is a compendium of plans and public decisions made over the course of the last 25 years when the first Fairview Comprehensive Plan was written. Those years have seen many changes and this plan reflects not only the changes that are our current reality, but also our hopes for the future. The following planning documents are incorporated into this document and are part of the Comprehensive Plan: *Fairview Transportation System Plan *Capital Improvements Plan *Parks and Recreation / Open Space Master Plan *Fairview Village Comprehensive Plan *Sandy Boulevard Corridor Refinement Plan. In addition, the City of Fairview Visioning Document (2002) is recognized as a guiding document, but only those portions of the Vision actually listed within this document are formally adopted. [From the Plan]
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Fairview (Or.); DKS Associates (City of Fairview (Or.), 2000-08-08)[The Plan's] goals and policies have been developed to guide the City's twenty-year vision of transportation system needs. They are intended to replace the current transportation related goals and policies in the Fairview ...
Moore, Briethaupt & Associates; Le Blanc & Company; Salem (Or.); Benkendorf Associates (City of Salem (Or.), 1984-06-25)In early 1983, the City of Salem and the State of Oregon funded initial study of the prospects for creating a new major industrial-commercial business and employment center on acreage just south of McNary Field in Salem ...
Fairview (Or.) (City of Fairview (Or.), 2008-12-03)Development codes are ordinances implementing a local government's comprehensive plan. They include two components: a zoning ordinance and a subdivision ordinance, which may be adopted and published as separate documents ...