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PSC questions and staff responses for topics related to development scale, bonuses, and density.
Worksheet for September 25 work session: decisions regarding development scale, bonuses and density.
Graphics illustrating proposed development scale in the single-dwelling and multi-dwelling zones.
Graphics illustrating proposed development scale in the R5 through RM2 zones.
Table comparing proposed regulations for the single-dwelling and multi-dwelling zones.
Memo with summary information regarding development feasibility of ownership and rental housing types.
Map showing locations of historic and conservation districts in relationship to multi-dwelling zoning.
Map showing historic districts and multi-dwelling zoning close to transit stations, where current regulations allow 100’ building height in the RH (RM4) zone.
Map showing proposed RM4 zoning close to frequent transit service (transit stations and streets with 20-minute peak hour transit service).
Presentation summarizing the BHD proposals, testimony, and the draft work session schedule.
Summary of public testimony on the Better Housing by Design Proposed Draft, listing major topics that were a focus of testimony.
Map showing multi-dwelling lots that would be subject to proposed requirements for building height step downs adjacent to single-dwelling zoning.
Initial PSC Questions and Staff Responses, including supporting material.
Draft schedule of topics to be covered during upcoming PSC work sessions on the Better Housing by Design Proposed Draft (subject to change).
Short summary of the Better Housing by Design Proposed Draft proposals
Spanish translation of Better Housing by Design Draft proposals
The new framework for the multi-dwelling zones include four zones that are based on existing zones - but are more responsive to different types of places. The summary standards and graphics reflect draft development standards proposed.
This table provides a comparison of development standards that apply in the current zones and those proposed for the new zones
Summary and analysis of draft Multi-Dwelling Zoning Code and Map amendments (comments due June 25)
Draft Multi-Dwelling Zoning Code and Comprehensive Plan text and commentary
Additional code amendments, primarily updating other zoning code chapters for consistency
Compilation of Comprehensive Plan policies related to the multi-dwelling zones
Compilation of public comments on the Discussion Draft
Graphics and summary information from modeling of the draft development standards for each multi-dwelling zone
Summarizes findings from a feasibility analysis of the proposed base and bonus FARs
Presents concepts for new multi-dwelling zoning code regulations
Provides background information and outlines development and design issues in the multi-dwelling zones.
Assesses the extent to which the proposed code changes could cause redevelopment of existing multi-dwelling housing
Presents a PBOT strategy for improving street connectivity, focusing on East Portland centers