Sherwood : Brookman Addition concept plan report (2008)
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The Brookman Addition Concept Plan is a guide to the creation of a new 250-acre community in Sherwood. More specifically, it identifies the general location and intensity of future land uses, including medium-low to high density residential, mixed use commercial, employment, parks and open space. Integrated with future land uses is a conceptual layout of basic infrastructure systems including transportation, trails, utilities and stormwater management. The Concept Plan follows a 2002 decision by Metro to bring the area into the regional urban growth boundary (UGB). The central theme of the plan is to create a livable community that is an extension of existing Sherwood. [From the Plan]
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