Browsing Urban renewal plans by Author "Launer, Jeannette M."

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  • Launer, Jeannette M.; Elaine Howard Consulting; Deschutes County (Or.); Tashman Johnson LLC; Vanden Bos, James; Bend (Or.) (City of Bend (Or.), 2008-06)
    The Bend Municipal Airport Urban Renewal Plan ("the Plan") contains goals, objectives and projects for the development and redevelopment of the Bend Municipal Airport Urban Renewal Area [From the Plan]
  • Elaine Howard Consulting; Launer, Jeannette M.; Tashman Johnson LLC; Vanden Bos, James; Bend (Or.) (City of Bend (Or.), 2008-07-16)
    The Plan contains goals, objectives and projects for the development of the Murphy Crossing Urban Renewal Area. [From the Plan]
  • Davis Hibbitts & McCaig; Tashman Johnson LLC; Launer, Jeannette M.; E.D. Hovee & Company; Gresham (Or.); Gresham (Or.). Community & Economic Development Dept. (City of Gresham (Or.), 2003-11-04)
    This Rockwood-West Gresham Renewal Plan (the â Planâ ) calls for an urban renewal program within Rockwood-West Gresham. Urban renewal programs are used by cities and counties throughout Oregon to improve conditions in ...
  • Seder Architects; Launer, Jeannette M.; Sisters (Or.); Tashman Johnson LLC (City of Sisters (Or.), 2003-07-24)
    The Downtown Sisters Urban Renewal Plan (the â Planâ ) is intended to promote the development of downtown as the commercial and cultural center of the Sisters community. The Plan will provide for improvements to streets, ...
  • Cascade Economic Planning; Launer, Jeannette M.; Urban Land Economics; SERA Architects; Tigard (Or.); Tashman Johnson LLC (City of Tigard (Or.), 2005-12-06)
    The City Center Urban Renewal Plan (the â Planâ ) contains goals, objectives and projects for the revitalization of the City Center Urban Renewal Area (the â Areaâ ). The Area, shown in Figure 1, is predominantly ...
  • Cascade Economic Planning; Launer, Jeannette M.; Troutdale (Or.); Tashman Johnson LLC (City of Troutdale (Or.), 2006-01-18)
    The goals and objectives of the Plan are as follows: promote the redevelopment of the area for a mix of retail, office, residential and public uses. The area is effectively undeveloped but its location makes it a valuable ...

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