An application for a variance has been submitted for a new home in Phase 1 of the Discovery West development. The variance would decrease the required side yard setback from 10' to 7'6" on each side.
Please see the attached notice for details on how to submit comments, which must be received by June 9th.
A land division application has been submitted for part of the Anderson Ranch property west of Skyline Ranch Road and south of Shevlin Meadow Drive. Located within the Treeline Master Plan previously approved by the City, this will create 65 single family lots, including 12 townhomes, on 28 acres.
The deadline for written comments is May 21st. See the notice below for contact details.
An application for a whole-house short-term rental permit has been filed for a 3BR home at 121 NW Mt. Washington Dr. This is south of the roundabout with Skyliners Rd.
The deadline for written comments is April 15th. See the notice below for details.
A new 2-story medical building will be built along York Drive in NorthWest Crossing, pending approval by the City of the application by Dr. Rich MacDonnell of MyMD Personal Medicine.
Written comments will be taken until Tuesday, April 7th. See the notice below for details.
A permit for a whole-house STR has been filed for 2621 NW Marken Street. The deadline for written comments is April 2nd. Please see the attached notice for details.
The City Council has officially annexed 28.3 acres to the city, approving the master plan for the Treeline subdivision, which will have 65 single family homes, including 12 townhomes, and 6.9 acres of open space.
The decision is subject to appeals filed with LUBA by March 24th. See the notice below for more details.
Comments will be taken until March 13th on the proposed 116-home subdivision on 40 acres known as Shevlin West. The project will connect to existing streets off of Shevlin Park Rd. at Mt. Hood Dr., McClain Dr., and Jesse Pl.
The notice below regards the pending review of the application and includes contact information and the project number.
The following information is based on a COCC press release:
The Outcrop neighborhood of 16 single-family homes, many with accessory dwelling units, will break ground on March 4th. Located along Reserve Camp Rd., this is the first stage in developing the college's 49-acre property on the southwest corner of Shevlin Park Rd. and Mt. Washington Dr.
The development is named for a preserved section of basalt outcroppings on the east border of the lots. The new subdivision will occupy a 12-acre parcel on the southwest side of Central Oregon Community College’s Campus Village. COCC will retain ownership of the land and lease the ground to the homeowners.
William Smith Properties Inc. (WSPI), the Bend-based development group behind the Old Mill District, is the project’s master developer. Curtis Homes, with prior experience in Bend’s NorthWest Crossing, Tetherow, and Aubrey Butte neighborhoods, is the homebuilder.
The construction of the first 16 homes will take place on approximately five acres. Additional residences will likely be built on the remaining seven acres once sales of the first phase of homes are complete. Harcourts The Garner Group Real Estate will be the real estate agency selling the homes.
Public hearings will be held before the City Council on two aspects of the planned development on Anderson Ranch along Skyline Ranch Road. First, Pahlisch Homes is requesting that the property be annexed to the City of Bend. Then, the Council is being asked to approve the community master plan, which will create the Treeline Development.
The plan calls for 65 homes, including 12 town homes, and 6.9 acres of open space.
Extensions of Brickyard St. and Skyline Ranch Rd. will run through the development.
The hearings will be at the same Council meeting on Feb. 19th at 7:00 pm in the Council chambers at City Hall.
Please see the attached notices for details on submitting written comments, including contact information and project numbers. The site plan is also attached.
The City Council has approved annexation of the expansion area that includes the Shevlin West development owned by Rio Lobo. They also approved the master plan for the 40-acre community, which will have 116 homes and a neighborhood park.
These are final decisions that become effective today, Jan 17th.