Here is the summary from our Land Use Chair who attended the meeting.
According to a helpful neighbor posting on NextDoor, the County is proposing to replace the 30 foot wooden pole that is within the water tower enclosure with a pole that will be 45 feet or more, plus a 20 foot antenna AND a 10 x 20 foot hut that will house the communication gear and a generator on the water tower area of Overturf Butte.
The meeting is NOT on the county website but apparently nearby neighbors got a letter (see below). The meeting is Tuesday 11/27 6:30 to 8:30 at the Bend Parks and Rec offices on 779 Columbia.
When: Monday, Nov 26, 2018, 5:30 pm
Where: City Council Chambers, 1st floor of City Hall, 710 NW Wall St.
Purpose: This is a hearing before the Planning Commission regarding proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan and Development Code. Included is a proposal to allow duplexes on 6,000 sf lots (reduced from 8,000 sf) and triplexes on 9,000 sf lots (reduced from 10,000 sf) in single-family residential (RS) zones.
Project number: PZ-18-0825 (draft amendments are in ePlans; staff report available by 11/19)
Contact: (for information and to submit written comments) Pauline Hardie, firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-693-2153
(SEE NOTICE JUST BELOW)
This major annexation of 245 acres along Skyliner is part of the Urban Growth Boundary plan. This will be a significant project at the south part of our Neighborhood Association. Please plan to attend the meeting at the Unitarian Universalist Church if you have comments.
Modification of Conditional Use permit for Shine School on 2265 Shevlin Park Road (Grace Lutheran Church).
When: Monday, Oct 15th, 5:30 pm
Where: Offices of Parametrix (a planning firm) at 150 NW Pacific Park Lane, S 110, Bend, OR 97701 (located off NW Portland Ave in the Riverpointe 2 building; park next to the building or just up the hill)
Purpose: This is a public meeting required by the City of Bend prior to submitting plans; the purpose is to allow the developer to hear the concerns of neighbors regarding the proposed development at an early stage.
Location of development: Reserve Camp Court, from NW Shevlin Park Rd to NW Fields St, near the roundabout at Shevlin Park & Mt Washington, just north of NWX
Request to phase improvements for previously approved 3 light industrial buildings near Lolo Dr & Mt Washington
Location: 2777 & 2789 NW Lolo Dr (100' west of Mt Washington Dr on the south side Lolo Dr)
Deadline for written comments: Oct 12, 2018
Contact: Karen Swenson, Sr Planner, 541-388-5567, email@example.com
Background: Three light industrial buildings were previously approved under projects PZ-17-0590 and PZ-18-0403. Taylor Development is asking to divide the work into three phases, as shown here:
HEARING OCTOBER 3 re agreement for city transportation, water and sewer related to the west side transect and city growth proposals
This post contains the Summit West Neighborhood Association review of Application PZ-18-0696 for consideration of a Development Agreement to provide Transportation, Water and Sewer Infrastructure to Support Development of Property on the North West Side of Bend.
The Westside Infrastructure Group, (WIG) made up of four property owners working to develop a set of large parcels on the West side of Bend who are proposing to enter into a development agreement with the City and the Bend/La Pine School district to provide necessary Transportation, Water and Sewer Infrastructure based on impacts of desired development densities within the City’s designated “West Area” and “Shevlin Area” Urban Growth Boundary Areas as well as within the County’s pending West Side Transect Zone.
This proposed agreement will be the subject of a Public Hearing Wednesday October 3, 2018 at the Bend Council Chambers at 7:00 pm, during the regular meeting of the Bend City Council.
The proposed agreement is an attempt by the parties to provide clarity on needed infrastructure improvements and the responsibility for provision of those improvements as the subject properties are developed over a 20-year time frame. The infrastructure needs are based on modeling and transportation impacts analysis at proposed density levels, which anticipate 870-967 new housing units in the West Side and 187 housing units in the County’s proposed Westside Transect Area as well as about 50,000 square feet of retail space and 110,000 square feet of office space.
The agreement relates only to the provision of infrastructure needs. Actual approval of development designs will follow with required Master Plan and Site Plan review requirements of the City and County. The agreement provides for the phased provision of the following transportation improvements:
The Summit West Neighborhood Association Land Use Committee finds that the basis and need for the Development Agreement is sound and useful as it provides a comprehensive look at the infrastructure needs and mitigation measures at the proposed densities for development in this region of Summit West and in areas adjacent that will impact Summit West. It also provides for the orderly provision of these infrastructure improvements.
At this writing, a City staff report was not available on this item and is expected to be posted within 7 days of the hearing, or on or about September 26 th . Detailed information can be found at the City of Bend website: www.bendoregon.gov. Click on ePlans within the Planning Division tab and enter the application number PZ-18-0696.
Note: I mistakenly posted this in news first so it's both places. My apologies. -ks
SHINE Preschool and Kindergarten
PO Box 7259
Bend, Oregon, 97708
Dear Sir or Madam,
SHINE Christian Preschool and Kindergarten located in Bend, Oregon, would like to inform you of our location move. Our current building is located at 143 SE Century Drive, and we will be relocating to the Grace First Lutheran Church, 2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend, Oregon, 97703.
SHINE provides a Christian education to preschool and Kindergarten students with an academic focus. We also specialize in the performing arts that consist of dance and movement, music, and fine art. We offer different academic levels and aid different learning styles to help prepare students for future success.
Please consider this letter an invitation to join us for an informational meeting about our relocation and program structure to be held Sunday, September 16, 2:00 PM, at Grace First Lutheran Church. We can also be reached by email for questions at shinepreschoolbend AT gmail DOT com.
Kerri J. Ellis
PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING ON THE BEND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN REALIGNMENT PROJECT: AUGUST 27 5:30 PM CITY HALL
Project #: PZ-17-0433
On May 9 and 29, 2018, the SWNA board provided information about the City’s comprehensive plan realignment project. There will be a related public hearing before the Bend Planning Commission on August 27, 2018 from 5:30 to 11 PM at the City Hall Council Chambers.
WHAT IS THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND MAP?
The Comprehensive Plan (the Plan) guides land-use planning and development in Bend. The Plan was recently updated with the community-supported Urban Growth Boundary planning project in late 2016. The Plan includes maps, goals, policies and separate designations for residential, commercial, mixed-use, industrial, surface mining, and public facilities. The Plan describes the types of development expected in these areas. These land-use designations are shown on the Plan map.
All development within the City must be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan.
Zoning districts implement the various Plan designations.
WHAT IS THE ZONING MAP?
The zoning map identifies zoning districts that implement the Plan designations referenced above. The Development Code details what uses are permissible in the different zoning districts. The Development Code allows development that is consistent with the Plan designations.
Generally, the Comprehensive Plan is the blueprint for how the community of Bend will grow. The zoning districts are the tools that ensure development is consistent with the Plan. As an example, the Plan identifies policies for multifamily development. The Plan map identifies where the multifamily projects will be located generally. The zoning districts and the Development Code provide the specific regulations such as allowable heights, parking requirements and other similar items with which specific multi-family development comply.
ACCORDING TO THE CITY, ALIGNING THE ZONING MAP WITH THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP WILL: