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    Comprehensive Plan Land Use Proposal The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. The land use proposal determines how property can be used and developed over time, using a set of proposed comprehensive plan “designations”. These designations fall into broad categories of uses, such as residential, mixed use, industrial, employment and open space. They also convey information about the scale of future development (the type and size of buildings) based on proposed limits to building height, floor/area ratio, etc. The Comprehensive Plan Land Use Proposal depicts a long-term vision of how and where the city will grow and change over the next 20 years to accommodate expected population and job growth. Planning - Comp Plan 12/17/18 09:45 AM
    Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Areas The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. Parks Project Areas represent area (polygon) locations of desired improvements to Portland's park and recreation system over the next 20 years. Planned Parks projects are also represented as points (Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Points) and lines (Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Lines) in separate GIS datasets. These improvements would fill gaps and help ensure all Portlanders have access to parks, natural areas, trails, and recreational opportunities. Planning - Comp Plan
    Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Lines The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. Parks Project Lines are linear features representing locations of desired improvements to Portland's park and recreation system over the next 20 years. Planned Parks projects are also represented as points (Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Points) and areas (Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Areas) in separate GIS datasets. These improvements would fill gaps and help ensure all Portlanders have access to parks, natural areas, trails, and recreational opportunities. Planning - Comp Plan
    Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Points The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. Parks Project Points represent point locations of desired improvements to Portland's park and recreation system over the next 20 years. Planned Parks projects are also represented as lines (Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Lines) and areas (Comprehensive Plan Parks Project Areas) in separate GIS datasets. These improvements would fill gaps and help ensure all Portlanders have access to parks, natural areas, trails, and recreational opportunities. Planning - Comp Plan
    Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Areas The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. The Transportation Systems Plan (TSP) is the long-range plan to guide transportation investments in Portland. Originally developed in 2002 and last updated in 2007, the TSP meets state and regional planning requirements and addresses local transportation needs for cost-effective street, transit, freight, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements. The plan will provide transportation options for residents, employees, visitors, and firms doing business in Portland, making it more convenient to walk, bike, take transit -- and drive less -- while meeting their daily needs. Forecasted 20 year revenues are only ? to ½ of the amount needed to implement the City and other agency candidate projects and programs. City staff will use performance-based evaluation criteria, along with public comments, to recommend which projects to place on the higher priority 'Financially Constrained' list in the 2015 TSP. TSP Project Areas represent area (polygon) locations of proposed transportation projects over the next 20 years. Planned TSP projects are also represented as lines (Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Lines) and areas (Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Areas) in separate GIS datasets. Planning - Comp Plan 03/03/16 06:28 PM
    Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Lines The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. The Transportation Systems Plan (TSP) is the long-range plan to guide transportation investments in Portland. Originally developed in 2002 and last updated in 2007, the TSP meets state and regional planning requirements and addresses local transportation needs for cost-effective street, transit, freight, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements. The plan will provide transportation options for residents, employees, visitors, and firms doing business in Portland, making it more convenient to walk, bike, take transit -- and drive less -- while meeting their daily needs. Forecasted 20 year revenues are only ? to ½ of the amount needed to implement the City and other agency candidate projects and programs. City staff will use performance-based evaluation criteria, along with public comments, to recommend which projects to place on the higher priority 'Financially Constrained' list in the 2015 TSP. TSP Project Lines are linear features representing locations of proposed transportation projects over the next 20 years. Planned TSP projects are also represented as points (Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Points) and areas (Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Areas) in separate GIS datasets. Planning - Comp Plan 03/03/16 06:28 PM
    Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Points The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. The Transportation Systems Plan (TSP) is the long-range plan to guide transportation investments in Portland. Originally developed in 2002 and last updated in 2007, the TSP meets state and regional planning requirements and addresses local transportation needs for cost-effective street, transit, freight, bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure improvements. The plan will provide transportation options for residents, employees, visitors, and firms doing business in Portland, making it more convenient to walk, bike, take transit -- and drive less -- while meeting their daily needs. Forecasted 20 year revenues are only ? to ½ of the amount needed to implement the City and other agency candidate projects and programs. City staff will use performance-based evaluation criteria, along with public comments, to recommend which projects to place on the higher priority 'Financially Constrained' list in the 2015 TSP. TSP Project Points represent point locations of proposed transportation projects over the next 20 years. Planned TSP projects are also represented as lines (Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Lines) and areas (Comprehensive Plan TSP Project Areas) in separate GIS datasets. Planning - Comp Plan 03/03/16 06:29 PM
    Comprehensive Plan Water Project Areas The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. Water Project Areas represent area (polygon) locations of planned improvements to Portland’s water system over the next 20 years. Planned Water projects are also represented as points (Comprehensive Plan Water Project Points) and lines (Comprehensive Plan Water Project Lines) in separate GIS datasets. These improvements will provide reliable, clean water; protect public health; and meet regulations. Planning - Comp Plan
    Comprehensive Plan Water Project Lines The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. Water Project Lines are linear features representing locations of planned improvements to Portland’s water system over the next 20 years. Planned Water projects are also represented as points (Comprehensive Plan Water Project Points) and areas (Comprehensive Plan Water Project Areas) in separate GIS datasets. These improvements will provide reliable, clean water; protect public health; and meet regulations. Planning - Comp Plan
    Comprehensive Plan Water Project Points The Comprehensive Plan is a long-range plan for Portland’s growth, change and improvements for the next 20 years. It is used to manage the location of population and job growth, land development and conservation and related public investments in infrastructure (such as streets, sidewalks and parks. State law requires the City to do a Comprehensive Plan every 20 years. Water Project Points represent point locations of planned improvements to Portland’s water system over the next 20 years. Planned Water projects are also represented as lines (Comprehensive Plan Water Project Lines) and areas (Comprehensive Plan Water Project Areas) in separate GIS datasets. These improvements will provide reliable, clean water; protect public health; and meet regulations. Planning - Comp Plan
       
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