Keizer : Transportation plan
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The Transportation System Plan (TSP) is a long-range (20-year) plan that provides the city with the goals and policies to guide development of all its transportation modes (pedestrian, bicycle, motor vehicles, public transit, etc.). The TSP establishes an interconnected network of arterial and collector streets that improve the operation of the transportation systems. It also outlines a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) that shows the construction work necessary to meet the goals of the TSP. [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.