Project Client: City of Monroe
City planning -- Oregon -- Monroe, Land use -- Management
In 2017, the Monroe Planning Commission decided to update its Comprehensive Plan, last amended in 1986. As the city continues to adapt to changing demographics and regional dynamics, the need for an updated plan becomes increasingly more urgent. The updated Monroe Comprehensive Plan will be a document that synthesizes the vision of Monnore residents with concurrent planning efforts, meets local and statewide planning goals and regulations, and ultimately serves as a guide for future land use decisions.
In addition to the comprehensive plan update, the City is currently undertaking a number of new plans and projects aimed at aligning growth and opportunity with its community vision, “Monroe Tomorrow,” which was adopted in 2018. These include an ecosystem restoration project with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and a riverside district master plan with the Oregon Department of Transportation.
The Field Guide is available in the Additional Files below.
Bernstein, Sally; Chaille, Adrienne; Davis, Jake; Huang, Theresa; Haggerty, Rhey; and Scott, Emily, "Buildable Lands Inventory: Monroe, Oregon" (2019). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 168.