Application for Comprehensive Plan Map and Zoning Map Amendment in the Goose Hollow Neighborhood – Block 7Read More…
TTY : 503-823-6868
1900 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR 97201
The Bureau of Development Services’ (BDS) administrative rules for private streets are being updated. Known as the Permanent Rule for Private Rights-of-Way, this set of administrative rules regulate the design and construction of private streets (including common greens and pedestrian connections) and alleys in the City. The existing administrative rules were developed in 2002, in conjunction with the adoption of the new land division code.
Why is this rule being updated now?
Several factors have driven the proposed update, including:
The existing rules focus on the design, construction, inspection, and maintenance of private streets. It is the land division review process that determines when and where rights-of-way are created and whether they are public or private. The updated private street rules tie these planning and technical elements together for a more comprehensive assessment of when private street elements are required and how they should be built.
Who should be interested in the updated private street rules?
The revised private street rules will affect anyone involved in the design of private rights-of-way in the City of Portland. This includes engineers, surveyors, and property developers.
How to obtain a copy of the proposed revisions and provide comments:
The Bureau of Development Service is accepting comments until 5:00 p.m. on May 18, 2010. You may provide comments at the hearing or send written comments. The hearing for revisions to the rule is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. on May 18th, 2010 on the 7th floor of the 1900 SW 4th Ave building. Written comments can be sent to Kimberly Tallant at 1900 SW 4th Ave Suite 5000, Portland OR 97201. Comments may also be sent by FAX to 503-823-5630 or by email to email@example.com.
Adoption of an interim rule is anticipated in late June. Once the updated rules are adopted, BDS will provide customer training on the use of the new rules.
For further information, contact Kimberly Tallant in BDS at 503-823-0977.
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