The Planning Commission will hold a hearing during its regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 8th, beginning at 5:30 pm on a proposal to create a way for master-planned developments of more than 20 acres to submit a sign plan that deviates from the normal code requirements.
The new code was prompted by a request from Pahlisch Homes in regards to their Petrosa community in northeast Bend, adjacent to Pine Nursery Park.
As part of the master plan, Pahlisch wants to install several freestanding and gateway signs throughout the community which would require deviations from the current Sign Code to allow the number and size of their proposed signs. The current code doesn’t have a process to allow such deviations. The proposed amendments will create a process that would allow an applicant to propose a Master Sign Plan for signage on a development site specifying the size, type, illumination, height, design, location and number of signs for the new development or the redevelopment of a site.
See the notice below for details about how to attend the virtual hearing or submit written comments. To review the proposed code changes, see the attached staff memo below or click here to go to the project page on the City's web site.
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