2004 Land Use Ordinances

 

Provided below is a list of land use ordinances from 2004.
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Ordinance Number

Description Board of Commissioners Hearing(s) Contact
613-A Ordinance No. 613 proposes to amend the Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area and the Washington County – City of Hillsboro Urban Planning Area Agreement to be consistent with the recently adopted Hillsboro Urban Service Agreement. Ordinance 613 was engrossed (amended).
 
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Adopted: 10/26/04
Effective: 11/25/04  

Long Range Planning Division
Joanne Rice
(503) 846-3965
615-B Ordinance No. 615 proposes to amend the Rural/Natural Resource Plan, the Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area, the Community Development Code and five Community Plans to incorporate changes made to the urban growth boundary (UGB) by Metro. Ordinance 615 was engrossed (amended).  

Adopted: 4/27/04
Effective: 5/27/04

Long Range Planning Division
Aisha Willits
(503) 846-3961
617 Ordinance No. 617 proposes to amend Articles III, IV, and VI of the Community Development Code to make general housekeeping updates.

Adopted: 4/6/04
Effective: 11/25/04

Current Planning Genny Stone
(503) 846-3847
618 Ordinance No. 618 proposes to amend Articles III and IV of the Community Development Code to remove the well spacing standards.

Adopted: 4/6/04
Effective: 11/25/04

Code Enforcement, Suzanne Savin
(503) 846-3831
619 Ordinance No. 619 proposes to amend Policy 15 of the Washington County Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area by designating the long-term urban service providers for the Beaverton Urban Service Area and adding the Beaverton Urban Service Area Boundary maps.

Rejected
6/22/04

Long Range Planning Division
Linda Schroeder
(503) 846-3962
620

Ordinance No. 620 proposes to remove the Interim Light Rail Station Area Overlay District from the Cedar Hills-Cedar Mill and Sunset West Community Plans from parcels no longer subject to the interim protective regulations. This ordinance also proposes to make mapping and text corrections to the Aloha-Reedville-Cooper Mountain, Bethany and Cedar Hills-Cedar Mill Community Plans and general update changes to the Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area.

Adopted: 4/6/04
Effective: 5/6/04

Long Range Planning Division
Paul Schaefer
(503) 846-8817
623-A A-Engrossed Ordinance No. 623 proposes amending the Community Development Code Element of the Comprehensive Plan relating to Receiving and Transmitting Antennas and Communication and Broadcast Towers Ordinance.  Ordinance 623 was engrossed (amended).

Adopted: 9/28/04
Effective: 10/28/04

Long Range Planning Division
Paul Schaefer
(503) 846-8817
624-A

A-Engrossed Ordinance No. 624 proposes to amend Policies 15 and 33 of the Washington County Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area and Article 5 of the Community Development Code concerning the provision of park and recreation facilities and service providers to urban unincorporated properties. Ordinance 624 was engrossed (amended).

Adopted: 9/28/04
Effective: 10/28/04

Long Range Planning Division Linda Schroeder
(503) 846-3962
626-A A-Engrossed Ordinance No. 626 proposes to amend the Transportation Plan to define the general location of a new alignment for Saltzman Road just south of Laidlaw by amending the Functional Classification System and Lane Numbers maps. Ordinance 626 was engrossed (amended).

Adopted: 10/26/04
Effective: 11/25/04

Long Range Planning Division
Blair Crumpacker(503) 846-3878
627 Ordinance No. 627 proposes to amend the Transportation Plan to replace the 170th/173rd Study Area (between Baseline and Walker Roads) with a more specific arterial roadway alignment recommended by an advisory committee by modifying the Transportation Plan's Functional Classification System Map, Road Numbers Map and Study Areas Map, and by removing plan text describing this study area.

Adopted: 9/21/04
Effective: 10/21/04

Long Range Planning Division
Blair Crumpacker(503) 846-3878
628 Ordinance No. 628 proposes to amend the Rural/Natural Resource Plan and the Community Development Code elements of the Comprehensive Plan relating to a State and Regional Park Overlay District.

Adopted: 10/5/04 
Effective: 11/25/04

Long Range Planning Division
Aisha Willits
(503) 846-3961
629 Ordinance No. 629 proposes to amend the Rural/Natural Resource Plan, the Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area and the Washington County - North Plains Urban Planning Area Agreement elements of the Comprehensive Plan relating to the redesignation of properties added to the urban growth boundary of North Plains.

Adopted: 9/21/04
Effective: 10/21/04

Long Range Planning Division
Aisha Willits
(503) 846-3961
630

Ordinance No. 630 proposes to amend the Rural/Natural Resource Plan Element of the Washington County Comprehensive Plan to change the boundary of Hayden Quarry, located south of Forest Grove. The amendment proposes to shift future excavation from the south part of the quarry to the north. The proposed quarry boundary change will also change the impact boundary, which includes all areas within 1,000 feet from the quarry boundary.

Adopted: 10/26/04
Effective: 11/25/04

Long Range Planning Division
Linda Schroeder(503) 846-3962
631 Ordinance No. 631 proposes to amend the Rural/Natural Resources Plan, the Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area, the 2020 Transportation Plan, the Cedar Hills-Cedar Mill Community Plan and the Washington County Community Development Code to make housekeeping changes and a general update.

Adopted: 10/26/04
Effective: 11/25/04

Long Range Planning Division
Aisha Willits
(503) 846-3961
632 Ordinance No. 632 proposes to amend Policies 15 and 33 of Washington County's Comprehensive Framework Plan for the Urban Area to allow Washington County to adopt an interim park and recreation system development charge for urban unincorporated territory when the identified future park provider has placed or committed to place an annexation measure on the ballot.

Continued to
March 15, 2005

Long Range Planning Division
Linda Schroeder(503) 846-3962