Public facilities plans


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Public facilities plans describe the water, sewer and transportation facilities which are to support the land uses designated in the appropriate acknowledged comprehensive plans. Such plans are support documents to a comprehensive plan, and are required for areas within an urban growth boundary containing a population greater than 2,500 persons (OAR 660-11). Related documents with similar purposes, such as facility master plans or capital improvement programs, are also included in this category.

Recent Submissions

  • Eugene (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), April 11, 2005)
  • Lake Oswego (Or.) (City of Lake Oswego (Or.), June 1, 2009)
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Environmental Services; KPFF Consulting Engineers; Landsman Transportation Planning; Walker-Macy; Portland Development Commission; Portland (Or.). Office of Transportation; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), February , 2008)
  • Albany (Or.) (City of Albany (Or.), May 30, 2008)
  • Eugene (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), February 23, 2009)