Document Type

Report

Publication Date

1-1-2011

Keywords

Neighborhood planning -- Oregon -- Portland Metropolitan Area, City planning -- Oregon -- Portland Metropolitan Area

Abstract

As the City of Forest Grove continues to grow, the David Hill Urban Reserve presents opportunities to accommodate development needs for the next 20 to 50 years. While this type of growth is not expected to occur for many years, a concept plan for the area is required by Metro to guide how the area should develop.The Concept Plan for the DHUR begins to create a framework for accommodating future development in an efficient manner, sensitive to natural features, topography, and views. This plan is not intended to be a complete “concept plan” under Metro’s definition and does not meet all elements of Title 11. Additional work in certain areas must be completed before a final concept plan can be developed that is consistent with Title 11 requirements. This project was conducted under the supervision of Ellen Bassett, Sumner Sharpe, and Ken Pirie.

Description

Client: City of Forest Grove

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/8634

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