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  • 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 ...
  • Redmond (Or.) (City of Redmond (Or.), 2008-03-11)
    With expansion of the UGB, there became an immediate need to update all existing infrastructure master plans to determine necessary new public infrastructure facilities within the new 2,299 acre expansion areas. Given ...
  • Salem (Or.) (City of Salem (Or.), 2007-07-01)
    The CIP is a business document, which identifies programs and schedules, and presents a financing strategy for capital improvements. The CIP utilizes different infrastructure master plans (i.e. parks, shops facilities, ...
  • Sherwood (Or.); Murray, Smith & Associates; Groundwater Solutions, Inc.; Financial Consulting Solutions Group (City of Sherwood (Or.), 2005-08)
    The purpose of this study is to perform a comprehensive analysis of the City of Sherwood’s water distribution system, to identify system deficiencies, to determine future water distribution system supply requirements, ...
  • Silverton (Or.); HDR Engineering (City of Silverton (Or.), 2007-02)
    Over the past 10 years, the City of Silverton has implemented many improvements to provide quality service to ratepayers and protect the sensitive natural environment that contributes to the area’s scenic beauty. The ...
  • Springfield (Or.); Springfield (Or.). Public Works Dept. (City of Springfield (Or.), 2007-03)
    This program provides a list of public facilities such as street paving, sewer installation, and traffic safety projects that are programmed for funding in the next five years. [From the document]
  • Springfield (Or.); Springfield (Or.). Dept. of Public Works. Environmental Services Division (City of Springfield (Or.), 2004-01)
    The Springfield Stormwater Management Plan (Stormwater Plan) has been developed to provide policy and management guidance for activities affecting stormwater throughout the City of Springfield and its urbanizable area. ...
  • CH2M Hill, inc.; Springfield (Or.) (Springfield (Or.), 2008-06)
    The Springfield Wastewater System Master Plan is intended to identify existing and future capacity constraints, determine capacity requirements and identify system improvements necessary to meet the city of Springfield's ...
  • Stayton (Or.); Keller Associates (City of Stayton (Or.), 2008-05)
    The primary objectives of this Storm Water Master Plan are: establish storm system design and planning criteria; evaluate the existing storm system using computer hydraulic modeling; summarize existing system deficiencies ...
  • Stayton (Or.); Keller Associates (City of Stayton (Or.), 2006-02)
    The purpose of this study is to provide an assessment of the existing SBR plant and to develop a master plan and capital improvement plan that address: compliance with existing and anticipated future NPDES permit lim ...
  • Stayton (Or.); Keller Associates (City of Stayton (Or.), 2006-01)
    This master plan evaluates the existing system and makes recommendations for improvements and upgrades necessary to accommodate future conditions and City objectives for water supply, distribution and storage. [From the plan]
  • Stayton (Or.); Keller Associates (City of Stayton (Or.), 2006-01)
    Oregon Administrative Rule 690-315 and 690-086 triggered the need to prepare a Water Management and Conservation Plan (WMCP). The WMCP has also been completed in conjunction with the update of the City’s water master ...
  • Stayton (Or.); Keller Associates (City of Stayton (Or.), 2006-01)
    The purpose of this study is to provide an assessment of the existing water treatment plant and to develop a master plan and capital improvement plan. [From the document]
  • Sutherlin (Or.); Dyer Partnership Engineers & Planners (City of Sutherlin (Or.), 2006-05)
    A water management and conservation plan was compiled as this Water Master Plan and subdivided into different sections of the report. A water conservation plan was compiled in accordance with the requirements of OAR ...
  • Talent (Or.) (City of Talent (Or.), 1998)
    The purpose of these Stormwater Management Design Standards (hereinafter, the "Standards") is to provide a consistent policy direction for physical improvements necessary for stormwater management. These Standards shall ...
  • Talent (Or.); University of Oregon. Dept. of Planning, Public Policy and Management. Community Planning Workshop (City of Talent (Or.), 2006-07)
    The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) should be used as an internal planning tool for the City to guide future development and associated costs for park improvements. The CIP includes project costs associated with park ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Springfield (Or.); Springfield Utility Board; Eugene Water & Electric Board; Lane County (Or.); Rainbow Water District (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Oregon. Dept. of Land Conservation and Development (Lane Council of Governments, 1999-04)
    This report serves as the technical analysis of an update of the Eugene-Springfield Metropolitan Area Public Facilities and Services Plan (PFSP) and the Metro Plan Element: Public Utilities, Services, and Facilities. [from ...

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