Oakridge : Development code
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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 under their own titles. In some cases the sections pertaining to subdivision of land may be included in the zoning ordinance.
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Oakridge (Or.); Westfir (Or.); Oakridge-Westfir Area Chamber of Commerce (Or.); United States. National Park Service. Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program; Oakridge-Westfir Community Trails Committee (City of Oakridge (Or.), 2007-04)of- town and Forest Trails. The purpose of these distinctions is to provide some guidance as to how different types of trails would be developed. The trails would be interconnected allowing a practical and efficient route ...
McFerson, KC; Page, Alex; Varien, Michael; Protzman, Ben; Forsell, Erik; Ostrove, Geoff; Harbage, Rebecca; Hanson, Casey (University of Oregon, 2013-12)The Middle Fork Willamette River is recognized as a community resource for both wildlife and recreation activities. Communities along the Middle Fork and Salmon Creek have a commitment to maintain and enhance the health ...
Oakridge (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.) (City of Oakridge (Or.), 2000-12)The City of Oakridge (City), in coordination with Lane County and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), initiated a study of the City's transportation system in May 1998. The Oakridge Transportation System Plan ...