The City is proposing changes to the sign ordinance which currently allows wall murals only in the Makers' District. The proposed amendments to the Bend Code would allow mural signs to be painted on cement or concrete buildings or retaining walls that are located on a property that abuts an arterial or collector anywhere in the City.
In SWNA, arterial and collector streets include: Skyliners Rd, Shevlin Park Rd, Mt Washington, Crossing Drive, and Skyline Ranch Rd. One of the possible amendments would allow murals on certain residential buildings on those roads.
Please see the staff memo attached below for additional details about the changes being proposed.
Two public hearings will be held on this issue:
-- Monday, May 13th at 5:30 before the Planning Commission
-- Wednesday, May 15th at 7:00 before the City Council
Written comments will also be accepted. Please see the notice below for contact information.
A pre-application public meeting will be held Wednesday, April 24th at 4:00 pm at the Unitarian Church to discuss a proposed mixed use development on the northwest corner of the roundabout at Mt. Washington & Crossing Drive. The project includes multiple buildings with 32 condos, offices, retail, and a restaurant.
The owners of 2468 NW Marken Street have applied for a permit to use a 1-bedroom accessory dwelling unit in a detached cottage as a short-term rental.
The City is taking written comments until April 17th. See the notice below for contact information.
Mount Bachelor Sports Education Foundation plans to build a new training facility on Lolo Drive, west of Mt. Washington Drive. The plans call for a 9,735 sf building on a 1.13 acre lot. The location is next to Snap Fitness and will have an entrance off of Lolo Drive. An outdoor training area is planned behind the building (facing Skyliners Road), along with 31 parking spaces. See the site plan and elevations following the notice below.
The City is taking written comments until April 17th. See contact information in the notice below.
The owners of 2743 NW Scandia Loop have submitted an application to partition Lot 17 and a portion of Lot 16 in Valhalla Heights Phase III into two residential lots. The current home would end up on a lot of 8,442 sf, while a new building lot would be created of 8,749 sf.
The City is taking written comments on the proposal until April 11th. See the notice below for contact information.
The City will take written comments until March 29th regarding a modification to the site plan for Pacific Crest school. The new plan involves building two athletic fields on a vacant parcel at Skyliners Rd. & Skyline Ranch Rd. (see drawings below).
Developers in the area west of Northwest Crossing between Skyliners Road and Shevlin Park Road have proposed re-aligning a to-be-built section of Skyline Ranch Road to provide better connections with new local roads. The City Council will hold a public hearing on the matter on Wednesday, April 3rd during a regular Council meeting, which begins at 7:00 pm.
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.