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Zoning Code Update Packet #159

Contents of Update Packet #159 (effective 06/27/13)

This Code update is to resolve typos only and is effective June 27, 2013.

Code Update Packet: 159
Effective Date: June 27, 2013
Contact: Julie Ocken (503-823-2834)
Amends Chapters: 33.266, 33.460, 33.526

Substantive Changes
Fixing typos from May 10, 2013 update package.

Click here to download Zoning Code Update Pages #159. Subsequent updates may have modified some of these pages. The links to chapters in the chart below will provide the current version of the chapter.

Chapter Remove Pages Insert Pages Changed because of:
33.266 1-2 1-2 Typos
33.460 1-2, 7-8 1-2, 7-8 Typos
33.526 1-6, 11-12, 15-16 1-6, 11-12, 15-16 Typos

The official Title 33, Planning and Zoning (Zoning Code) is the printed copy in the Development Services Center.

PDFs available on PortlandOnline are not the official text of Title 33, Planning and Zoning. Although every effort is made to ensure that the two texts are identical, errors or differences may remain. It is the user's responsibility to verify the legal accuracy of all provisions.

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Clarification of building main entrance requirements on transit streets and within specific areas.Incentives to reduce minimum parking subject to a maximum cap.Refinement of loading space requirements.Setting size requirements for long-term bicycle parking.Options to allow joint use of residential parking.Increasing allowed proximity to nonresidential off-site parking.

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