City Council Adoption Materials
These City Council materials are supporting documents for the adoption of the River Plan / South Reach.
Exhibit G, Chapter 5 (Results) of the Central City 2035 Volume 3, Natural Resources Protection Plan:
Exhibit F, Central City 2035 Scenic Resources Protection Plan:
As Adopted Plan
Volume 1, Policies, Objectives and Recommendations
Presents the overall vision for the South Reach and translates that vision into implementation proposals for the next 20 years. These implementation proposals include updates to the Comprehensive Plan, Zoning Code, other City plans and other actions.
Volume 2, Scenic Resources Protection Plan
Inventories and evaluates South Reach scenic resources. Scenic resources include viewpoints, view streets and scenic corridors, among others.
Volume 3, Natural Resources Protection Plan
Inventories and evaluates natural resources in the South Reach. The South Reach planning area is broken into five inventory sites to allow for a more detailed assessment of potential environmental protections.
Volume 4, Background Materials
Background materials that informed the development of the River Plan / South Reach.
- Staff-proposed amendments to River Plan / South Reach and the Willamette River Greenway Inventory (moved and seconded on November 4, 2020)
- The River Plan / South Reach amendments are necessary to increase clarity of the regulations and update related City documents and plans. The Willamette River Greenway Inventory amendments are necessary to bring the document up to date since the Planning and Sustainability Commission’s vote in March 2019.
- The Macadam Character Statement Amendments respond to public testimony provided at the City Council hearing on November 4, 2020. The amendments are needed to provide clearer guidance on how new development should preserve public views and respond to the unique character of S Macadam Blvd. and the riverfront. These will be presented at City Council on December 2, 2020.
- This memo includes the three amendments that council will consider on December 10. The amendments are related to the Macadam Character Statement, action item R11D related to the Oregon State Marine Board, and updated findings of fact.