Eugene : Goal 5 water resources conservation plan
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Oregon’s statewide planning goals provide the framework for land use planning within the state. Statewide Planning Goal 5 requires all Oregon cities and counties “to conserve open space and protect natural and scenic resources.” The Goal itself, plus Oregon Administrative Rules establish specific procedures and criteria for Goal 5 compliance. The City of Eugene was required by the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD), through the Metropolitan periodic review work program, to address Goal 5 requirements for wetlands, riparian corridors, and wildlife habitat sites. This Plan contains several components of the City’s Goal 5 process for wetlands, riparian corridors and wildlife habitat. [From the Plan]
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