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  • Newberg (Or.) (City of Newberg (Or.), 1996-12-02)
    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 ...
  • Newberg (Or.); Browning-Shono Architects (City of Newberg (Or.), 1997-07)
    The Handbook is intended to support goals and policies already espoused by the City in its Comprehensive Plan and its Transportation System Plan. Six major goals of the design guidelines are: promote the development of ...
  • Newberg (Or.) (City of Newberg (Or.), 1999-08-02)
    The Springbrook Oaks Specific Plan is intended to provide a coordinated framework for development of one of the largest undeveloped areas in Newberg. Springbrook Oaks will be a mixed use development, containing multi-family ...
  • Spencer & Kupper; Group MacKenzie; Newberg (Or.); Newberg Urban Renewal Agency (City of Newberg (Or.), 2001-11)
    The purpose of this Renewal Plan is to eliminate blighting influences found in the Renewal Area, to implement goals and objectives of the City of Newberg Comprehensive Plan, and to implement development strategies and ...
  • Newberg (Or.); GreenWorks PC; KPFF Consulting Engineers; Fishman Environmental Services (City of Newberg (Or.), 2002-10-15)
    The Riverfront Master Plan... puts a new focus on Newberg's riverfront and sets the stage for development of a vibrant neighborhood combining small scale commercial, housing of various types, and open space oriented toward ...
  • Yamhill County (Or.); Dundee (Or.); Newberg (Or.); Chehalem Park and Recreation District; Newberg Public Schools (City of Newberg (Or.), 2004-02)
    This current effort to move "Beyond the Vision" began in November of 200 I with two workshops that included all the elected officials of the five jurisdictions in this joint effort. Based on the VISION created by our ...
  • Newberg (Or.) (City of Newberg (Or.), 2005-02-07)
    This Plan is intended to guide the growing land use needs of the City until the year 2010. As required by State Senate Bill 100, the Plan addresses and is consistent with established statewide goals and guidelines. At ...
  • Newberg (Or.); Angelo Eaton & Associates; Kittelson & Associates (City of Newberg (Or.), 2005-06)
    This transportation system plan ... will guide the management and development of appropriate transportation facilities within Newberg, incorporating the community's vision, while remaining consistent with state, regional, ...
  • Newberg (Or.) (City of Newberg (Or.), 2006-01-03)
    Given Newberg’s relatively close proximity to the Portland area’s employment centers, it is possible that the percentage of Newberg residents commuting outside of the community for work is higher that Yamhill County as a ...
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-01-09)
    The proposal is to adopt a revised economic opportunity analysis for the City of Newberg as part of the City's Comprehensive Plan.
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-01-10)
    Amends various policies in the Newberg Comprehensive Plan regarding future growth and quality of life.
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-03-21)
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-03-23)
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-06-12)
    Adopted three items as part of the Newberg Comprehensive Plan: Sportsman Airpark Master Plan, Zoning Map amendments, and Development Code amendments.
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-06-13)
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-08-15)
    Comprehensive plan map change from Low Density Residential to Medium Density Residential
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-08-15)
    Comprehensive Plan designation change from Medium Density Residential to Public Quasi/Public in order to construct a park for a portion of tax lot 3220-1400. A similar size portion of land on tax lot 3220-1101 will change ...
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-08-30)
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-09-13)
    The amendment changes the Springbrook Oaks Specific Plan to: Redesignate certain areas from M-1 to R-P Allow additional residential development within R-P areas Modify height limits with the R-P areas Place a limited use ...
  • Newberg (Or.) (Newberg, 2006-10-25)

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