West Bull Mountain

Page Updated: 11/25/11
Area 64 was recently annexed by the City of Tigard.  Washington County & Tigard are currently exploring the creation of an IGA (Inter Governmental Agreement) for that area.


On November 23, 2010, the Washington County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved the West Bull Mountain Concept Plan Resolution & Order 10-105 completing the first phase of the West Bull Mountain planning effort.

 
The Concept Plan captures the early-adopted vision that West Bull Mountain will be A Community of Great Neighborhoods. The Concept Plan establishes three key building blocks that define this future urban community: Land Use, Transportation, and Parks & Open Space.
 
The West Bull Mountain Concept Plan Map and Report accomplishes the following objectives:
 
  • Provides the general land use, transportation, parks & open space framework for how this area should develop
 
  • Reflects the vision (or blueprint) for how the stakeholders and community want this area to develop
 
  • Identifies key Implementing Strategies which will guide the development of the Community Plan and Finance Plan in the next phase
 
Next Steps:
 The adopted Concept Plan will be implemented through the Community Plan and Finance Plan to be developed in the next phase of the planning process. Water and parks providers need to be identified before work on the Community Plan and Finance Plans can begin.
 
As part of the county's Long Range Planning Division's 2011 Work Program, the Board of Commissioners will determine how to proceed with the next phase of work.

 


Past Public Comment Opportunities

Washington County Board of County Commissioners
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
6:30 PM
Public Services Building, Auditorium
155 N. First Ave. SW Burnham St.
Hillsboro, Oregon (Map)

  

Washington County Planning Commission
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
1:30 PM 
Public Services Building, Auditorium
155 N. First Ave. SW Burnham St.
Hillsboro, Oregon (Map)
Staff Report
Additional Staff Comments (NEW 11/2/10) 

 

Project Newsletter - 10/08/10

West Bull Mountain Newsletter, October 2010