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  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2006-01-20)
    Issues Addressed: allowing residential lots to front onto a shared court street tract provides additional homeownership opportunities for small infill sites zoned for higher density development. Such sites are often too ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 1999-07-27)
    The base zone design standards are a set of standards that will be added to the Zoning Code as base zone development standards for houses, manufactured homes, duplexes and attached houses in all zones that allow residential ...
  • Portland Community Design; Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1996-03)
    The booklet addresses the characteristics which make livable neighborhoods and add to the sense of community. It is intended to be useful as a guide for neighbors who want to understand how development can improve neighborhood ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Portland (Or.). Office of Transportation (City of Portland (Or.), 1992-07)
    The Central City Plan Handbook is a guide to the various plans, policies, legal requirements and processes which control development within the Central City portion of Portland. Its aim is to simplify development processes ...
  • Portland Historical Landmarks Commission (Portland, Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.); Portland Design Commission; Williams, Leo Dean (City of Portland (Or.), 2003-11-08)
    This document presents the Central City Fundamental Design Guidelines as updated in 2001. These design guidelines were originally adopted as the Central City Plan Fundamental Design Guidelines on August 1, 1990.... This ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1990-08-01)
    Urban design policy for the Central City plan: enhance the Central City as a livable, walkable area which focuses on the river and captures the glitter and excitement of city living. Purpose of design review: to preserve ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 2007-05)
    The Community Design Guidelines are grouped into three categories; Portland Personality, Pedestrian Emphasis and Project Design. Each guideline is accompanied by: background information, which explains the intent of ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 2000-01-01)
    These follow-up proposals will resolve issues that have been identified as impediments to the implementation of the Albina Community Plan. If not corrected these issues may affect the implementation of other community ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission (Portland Development Commission, 1999-05-18)
    The first phase of the Midtown Blocks project is one small contribution to the Mission of the Central City. The “Urban Garden Blocks” on Park and 9th Avenues between Morrison and Washington provide an active retail and ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Office of Transportation; Markesino, Jerry; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Transportation Engineering and Development (Portland (Or.), 1993-10)
    The Bureau of Transportation Engineering and Development (BTED) has developed this Design Guide for Public Street Improvements to help the consulting engineer (Design Engineer) prepare construction drawings for public ...
  • Harrison, Michael; Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1983-01)
    The twenty general guidelines, and additional special district guidelines in the document are to implement the four goals for downtown design. They are intended to aid project designers in understanding the principal ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Environmental Services; Portland (Or.). Office of Sustainable Development; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2000)
    Based on documented experience and studies, an ecoroof offers several important benefits not found in conventional roofing. [From the document]
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 1982-06-10)
    This policy is intended to provide guidelines for the review of private and public structures in the public rights-of-way. The document consists of general policy statements and standards for the construction of ...
  • Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 1981-06)
    [This document] is an analysis of the functions and impacts of encroachments in the public right-of-way that led to the development of the policy. Included in this analysis are the impacts of encroachments on ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 2004-06-18)
    The Urban Design Concept proposes a future for Gateway as an exciting, urban regional center. To achieve this goal, it will be necessary to develop and enhance the following three elements: a Hierarchy of Streets; an ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 1996-02-21)
    Design guidelines are provided for each of Portland's design zones to inform prospectives applicants, and the community, of the issues that will be addressed during the design review process. This set of design guidelines ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (City of Portland (Or.), 2005-10-10)
    The objective of the Infill Design Project is to foster medium-density infill development that contributes to meeting City design objectives, such as those calling for design that is pedestrian oriented and serves as a ...
  • Portland (Or.); Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning (2003-05)
    This white paper is intended to be a resource for initial discussion on the scope and work program of the “Infill Design Project.” The paper includes project staff recommendations on a general project scope and identifies ...
  • Pacific Rim Resources, Inc.; Faulkner/Conrad Group; Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Donald B. Genasci & Associates; Cost Planners Inc.; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Housing and Community Development (City of Portland (Or.), 1995-05-24)
    In discussing the future of Kennedy School, the Task Force identified the following vision of a successful development: the school building be "saved" from demolition; some portion of the building be available for ...
  • Portland Development Commission; Miller, Terry; Green Building Services; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2007-07-24)
    [The] LEED ND Rating System Contains: 9 prerequisites; 47 credits that have 100 core points; 5 Innovation Design & Process points; 1 point for having a LEED Accredited Professional involved in the process; total of ...

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