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Requested to modify some regulations in the zoning code.
To evaluate traffic impacts from development occurring over certain thresholds in this plan district.
Required for some parking in the Central City Plan District.
Provides an incentive for the creation and development of needed open space in the Central City Plan District.
Required to allow some uses that are not allowed outright.
Required for some projects in the ‘d’ Design overlay zone.
Required for proposals in the Environmental Conservation ‘c’ or Environmental Protection ‘p’ overlay zones that do not meet environmental standards.
Required for some uses and developments on sites that have a Greenway (‘n’, ‘r’, ‘g’, ‘i’, and ‘q’) overlay zone designation.
Allows for review of alterations to existing historic resources and review of new development within designated districts.
Required to divide an existing property to create additional lots, parcels or tracts.
Allows for parking within the institutionally developed portions of Marquam Hill in a manner consistent with the goals and objectives of the Marquam Hill Plan.
Required for the future development of a use that is subject to the conditional use regulations.
Determination of Legal Nonconforming Status Review and Nonconforming Situation Review
To ensure that certain large parcels in the Cully Neighborhood are developed in a cohesive manner, compatible with the neighborhood to the south.
Allows for alternative development options that may be combined with a land division.
Required to allow tree removal in some areas, to change tree preservation mitigation methods for a land division, or for some corrections to violations of tree protection and tree preservation regulations.
The City of Portland administers the Portland Zoning Code for specific areas of Unincorporated Multnomah County.
Required to change the zoning on the site if the proposed zoning is in compliance with the Comprehensive Plan designation. If a different zone is requested, a Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment Review is also required.
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