This is a "duplicate meeting" regarding a development that was discussed February 13th at Awbrey Glen Clubhouse. The prior meeting was attended by more than 50 people. The notice below indicates that some people who should have received official notification of the prior meeting were not notified; therefore a second pre-application meeting is being held on Tuesday, March 12th at 5:30 pm, also at Awbrey Glen.
A public hearing on changes to the development code has been rescheduled and will now be held during the Planning Commission meeting on Monday, March 11th, starting at 5:30 pm. Th City Council will hold a hearing on the same topic on Wednesday, March 20th. Please see the notice below for details.
A public hearing will be held during the Planning Commission's regular meeting on March 11th at 5:30pm in the City Council chambers regarding the master plan for Discovery West. This is a 245-acre development west of NorthWest Crossing. A master plan is a blue-print or layout for how the land will be used, including for streets, various types of housing, commercial buildings, and parks and trails. Members of the public can sign up to speak during the hearing or submit written comments. The plans can be reviewed using ePlans Public Viewer on the City's web site (see the notice for details). Selected drawings from the application are posted below the following notice.
Written comments must be received by March 6th on the following proposed whole-house STR in Miller Heights:
The meeting at the Unitarian Church will begin at 5 PM and will cover a new development of about 50 homes.
Meeting 2/25 at city council chambers regarding wireless and communications equipment development policy
This is the developer's information meeting prior to their application, and is a good opportunity to get a look at the plans and make comments. The meeting is at 5:30 PM in the Awbrey Glenn clubhouse (see notice below).
The Deschutes County Board of Commissioners has approved changes that will allow 187 new homes on nearly 700 acres immediately west of Bend. The new zone requires open space and other provisions to manage wildlife habitat and reduce the risk of wildfires. (See map in the attached notice.)
Development on the roundabout at shevlin meadows and mt washington. short comment window - due january 17
Update: This appears to be the Reserve Camp development previously announced. Here are the notices including a site plan: