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Portland's long-range plan to guide development, investment and decision-making in the City.
Designation and protection of Portland’s significant historic places
Update of the 1987 Willamette Greenway Plan
Portland's long-term plan to guide development and decision-making in the Central City.
An update to the Portland’s single-dwelling zoning rules.
An update to Portland’s Multi-Dwelling Zoning Code
An ongoing multi-year effort to ensure that investments in a new light rail line in SW also result in housing and jobs for people of all ages, origins, incomes and abilities.
A City of Portland-led project that aims to better understand the barriers to development in the corridor.
Citywide adopted plans, business associations, Comp Plan designation, FAR and maximum heights, historic resources, neighborhood associations, zoning map, annexations, and urban service boundary maps, more…
Exploring options for the Rossi, Guisto and Garre Farms properties in East Portland
This project will implement the Inclusionary Zoning ordinance that mandates the provision of affordable housing units in new developments.
The purpose of the Environmental Overlay Zone Map Correction Project is to synchronize the location of the overlay zones with the location of existing natural resources identified in the Natural Resources Inventory.
Protecting and enhancing Portland's environment for today and future generations
The Portland and Tigard Equitable Housing Strategy is intended to bring more housing choice and opportunity to the SW corridor in anticipation of future light rail service.
This project will amend the Neighborhood Contact requirement in the Zoning Code (33.700.025).
Advancing the design quality of places citywide
Proposed zoning changes to mobile home parks.
Adopted plans and design guidelines, policy and code, reports and more
A citywide plan for a system of off-road cycling trails and facilities in Portland
Supporting prosperity through long-range planning and economic research
A project (funded by a grant from Metro) to help faith communities create affordable housing options on their properties.
The CIC reviews and advises the way that City of Portland staff engage with the public in land use and transportation planning efforts.
What is BPS doing to improve housing options in Portland? Here’s a summary of projects that address the housing shortage, housing affordability, and gentrification and displacement.
The Powell-Division Transit and Development Project (Powell-Division) is intended to bring new regional transit and supporting development to Southeast Portland, East Portland and Gresham in five to seven years.
Working with community partners to help neighborhoods and commercial areas flourish as great places to live, work, shop, learn, gather and play
The Regulatory Improvement program seeks to continuously enhance the City's development codes and processes
This project amends the Zoning Code and other City rules to ensure compatibility with the new 2035 Zoning Code amendments.
This project will amend the maximum height limit on Block 8, Portland, to accommodate a new County Central Courthouse.
The project would help implement new policy direction for fossil fuel distribution and storage facilities through changes to the Zoning Code
Updating the requirements for adequate, secure and convenient short-term and long-term bicycle parking in new development.
An update to minimum and accessory parking regulations in the NW Plan District.
This project evaluates and amends the Comprehensive Plan Map and/or Zoning Map at specific sites for consistency with the recently adopted 2035 Comprehensive Plan.
This proposal will change the Comprehensive Plan Map and the Zoning Map designations for the Fox Run Mobile Home Community to the new RMP zone.
An inclusive, citywide effort to guide the physical, economic, social, cultural and environmental development of Portland over the next 30 years