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  • Eugene (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 2007-03-12)
    The City of Eugene’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) forecasts the City's capital needs over a six-year period based on various long-range plans, goals and policies. The program is updated every two years. The FY08-13 ...
  • Eugene (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 2009-02-23)
    The City of Eugene’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) forecasts the City's capital needs over a six-year period based on various long-range plans, goals and policies. The program is updated every two years. The FY10-15 ...
  • Eugene (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 2003-02-24)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) forecasts the City's capital needs over a six-year period. [From the Plan]
  • Eugene (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 2005-04-11)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) forecasts the City's capital needs over a six-year period based on various City-adopted long-range plans, goals and policies. The Capital Improvement Program for the Airport, Parks ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Springfield (Or.); Lane County (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.) (Lane Council of Governments, 2001-11)
    A public facility plan, as defined in OAR 660-11-0005 (1), is “a support document or documents to a comprehensive plan. The facility plan describes the water, sewer and transportation facilities which are to support the ...
  • Eugene (Or.); URS Corporation; Lane Council of Governments (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 2002-08)
    The process conducted to develop integrated strategies for each of the six basins included in the Stormwater Basin Master Plans consisted of ... thirteen steps. The details regarding each of these steps are provided in ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Springfield (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 1987-09)
    The River Road-Santa Clara Urban Facilities Plan is organized into five sections: Sanitary Sewer Service, Land Use, Public Facilities and Services, Environmental Design, and Transportation. The five elements were adopted ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 1995-01)
    A public facility plan, as defined in OAR 660-11-0005 (1), is "a support document or documents to a comprehensive plan. The facility plan describes the water, sewer and transportation facilities which are to support the ...
  • Grants Pass (Or.); Montgomery Watson Harza (Firm) (City of Grants Pass (Or.), 2004-05)
    The purpose of the Grants Pass Water Treatment Plant Facility Plan (WTPFP) is threefold: 1) Define the ability of the existing plant to reliably continue serving the City’s water needs, 2) Develop a list of prioritized ...
  • Gresham (Or.) (City of Gresham (Or.), 2007-06-19)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a 5 year forecasted estimate which identifies major projects requiring the expenditure of public funds over and above routine annual operating expenses. The City identifies capital ...
  • Gresham (Or.) (City of Gresham (Or.), 2008-07-01)
    The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a 5 year forecasted estimate which identifies major projects requiring the expenditure of public funds over and above routine annual operating expenses. The City identifies capital ...
  • Gresham (Or.); Gresham (Or.). Dept. of Environmental Services; Gresham (Or.). Community & Economic Development Dept. (City of Gresham (Or.), 2007-07)
    The purpose of this document is to provide the development community and City of Gresham staff with clear direction on how to meet stormwater management requirements specific to the Pleasant Valley and Springwater Plan ...
  • Gresham (Or.) (City of Gresham (Or.), 2009-04-10)
    Applicable goals and policies that relate to the provision of public facilities in the existing comprehensive plan for the City of Gresham also apply to the Kelley Creek Headwaters PFP. [From the Plan]
  • Lake Oswego (Or.) (City of Lake Oswego (Or.), 2005-03-15)
    The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) forecasts the City's capital needs over a five-year period based on various City-adopted long-range plans, goals and policies. Capital projects are generally large-scale endeavors in terms ...
  • 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]

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