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  • Lake Oswego (Or.) (City of Lake Oswego (Or.), 2009-06-01)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is intended to be a 5 year forecast which identifies major projects requiring the expenditure of public funds over and above routine annual operating expenses. The City identifies ...
  • Lake Oswego (Or.); Otak, Inc.; Clackamas County (Or.). Dept. of Utilities (City of Lake Oswego (Or.), 1992-07)
    In March 1991 the City of Lake Oswego contracted with OTAK to prepare a Surface Water Management (SWM) Master Plan for major drainages within the City's Urban Sevices Boundary (USB). In addition to areas incorporated within ...
  • Lake Oswego (Or.); CH2M Hill, inc. (City of Lake Oswego (Or.), 2007-06)
    This Water Management and Conservation Plan (WMCP) fulfills the requirements of the Oregon Administrative Rules adopted by the Water Resources Commission in November 2002 (OAR Chapter 690, Division 86). It describes water ...
  • Lebanon (Or.) (City of Lebanon (Or.), 2007-02)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) of the City of Lebanon is a planning tool intended to help prioritize, identify, arrange financing, and allow for timely technical design and application of projects and programs to ...
  • Madras (Or.); Madras (Or.). Dept. of Public Works; Ace Consultants; United States. Forest Service (City of Madras (Or.), 2005-04)
    The purpose of the Madras Stormwater Master Plan is to address the community's overall stormwater management needs. The fundamental goals of the Plan are to provide recommended major improvements for the stormwater conveyance ...
  • Madras (Or.); Ace Consultants (City of Madras (Or.), 1996-11-15)
    The purpose of this study is to provide a long range planning of the wastewater system improvement needs to meet the growing demand for sewer services. [From the Plan]
  • Madras (Or.); Century West Engineering Corporation (City of Madras (Or.), 2005-03-04)
    In April of 1980, the City of Madras retained the services of Century West Engineering Corporation to research and evaluate the City's existing domestic water system and to make recommendations regarding the future of the ...
  • McMinnville (Or.) (City of McMinnville (Or.), 1995)
    This Public Facility Plan has been drafted in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 660-11-000 (Public Facilities Planning) which requires that all jurisdictions with a population over 2,500 persons develop a ...
  • Medford (Or.); Tetra Tech/KCM, Inc. (City of Medford (Or.), 2005-02)
    The City of Medford Stormwater Management Plan addresses existing activities to maintain and enhance the quality of stormwater runoff in Medford and outlines required modifications to those activities. The plan coincides ...
  • Monmouth (Or.). Dept. of Public Works; Monmouth (Or.) (City of Monmouth (Or.), 2008-01)
    The purpose of these Design Standards is to provide a consistent policy under which certain physical aspects of street design, storm drains, water distribution design, and sanitary sewer design will be implemented. Most ...
  • Newberg (Or.); Brown and Caldwell (City of Newberg (Or.), 2007-06-21)
    Demands on the sanitary collection system are expanding as Newberg’s population grows. Land use and population have changed substantially since the preparation of the Sewerage Master Plan in 1985. Then, the City’s population ...
  • Newberg (Or.) (City of Newberg (Or.), 2007-07-16)
    Goals of the Facilities Plan Update: meeting existing and predicted regulatory requirements to protect the environment; prepare for community growth; ensure the maintenance of the City's valuable community investment. ...
  • Civil West Engineering Services, Inc.; Newport (Or.) (City of Newport (Or.), 2008-11)
    The purpose of this section is to provide a summary of the basic information contained in the body of this master planning effort. The Executive Summary section briefs readers who want to quickly obtain the main points ...
  • Deca Architecture, Inc.; Oregon City (Or.). Public Works Dept.; Oregon City (Or.) (City of Oregon City (Or.), 2005-12-14)
    In December 2003, the City of Oregon City retained the services of DECA Architecture, Inc.. to prepare a Facilities Plan for their Oregon City Public Works Operations Division (OCPW). The purpose of the study is to analyze ...
  • Tetra Tech/KCM, Inc.; Oregon City (Or.) (City of Oregon City (Or.), 2003-12)
    Preparation of the master plan involved the following elements: document the existing sewer system; assess existing and future wastewater flows; evaluate sewer capacity and projected capacity needs; evaluate pump station ...
  • West Yost and Associates; Oregon City (Or.) (City of Oregon City (Or.), 2004-10)
    This master plan presents the results of the water distribution system planning effort conducted for the City of Oregon City. The plan summarizes the components of the existing water distribution system, analyzes local ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.). City Asset Managers Group (City of Portland (Or.), 2008-02-21)
    The report responds directly to a key Council focus area: to rebuild and maintain the City’s infrastructure. A properly maintained and sound infrastructure is critical to delivering the quality services Portland’s citizens ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.). City Asset Managers Group (City of Portland (Or.), 2007-01-19)
    This is the fourth year of reporting on the status and condition of the City's physical infrastructure. In 2005, the City changed from focusing on a single condition of assets (deteriorating infrastructure) to a more ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning and Sustainability; Portland (Or.). City Asset Managers Group (City of Portland (Or.), 2008-12)
    This sixth report on the status and condition of the City's physical infrastructure takes a holistic approach to ensure that the City’s assets are adequate to provide desired levels of service. This report seeks to provide ...
  • 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.), 2008-02)
    This report begins with a brief summary of the project background and context, followed by the City’s Green Street Goals. The process for this effort is then summarized along with the team’s approach to Green Street Design ...

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