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Shaping the Regionfor the next 50 years Urban and Rural Reserves John Williams, Metro
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESUrban Growth BoundaryThe longstanding system of planning for growth    • establishes 20-year suppl...
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESChallenges of existing system• No certainty for landowners outside UGB• Soil type only considerati...
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESShape of the Region Study• Agricultural lands assessment• Natural landscape features inventory• Gr...
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESSenate Bill 1011• Rural and urban together• Long-term vision• New approach to agricultural lands• ...
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESUrban ReservesAreas most suitable for urban development
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESRural ReservesAreas that won’t be developed for 40-50 years
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESWho makes the decision?• Core 4:   • Clackamas County   • Multnomah County   • Washington County  ...
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESPopulation forecast
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESDefined 405,000 acre study area
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVES•Suitability analysis and recommendations
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESMay 2011 Reserves agreement
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESWhy does this matter?This process will determine the shape and scale of our urban areas and rural ...
URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESFor more informationwww.oregonmetro.gov/reservesjohn.williams@oregonmetro.gov
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  1. 1. Shaping the Regionfor the next 50 years Urban and Rural Reserves John Williams, Metro
  2. 2. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESUrban Growth BoundaryThe longstanding system of planning for growth • establishes 20-year supply of land • must be reviewed every 5 years
  3. 3. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESChallenges of existing system• No certainty for landowners outside UGB• Soil type only consideration• Limited ability to consider how newly added landswill be developed
  4. 4. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESShape of the Region Study• Agricultural lands assessment• Natural landscape features inventory• Great communities study
  5. 5. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESSenate Bill 1011• Rural and urban together• Long-term vision• New approach to agricultural lands• Focus on great communities• Consider suitability of lands for uses• Collaborative approach
  6. 6. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESUrban ReservesAreas most suitable for urban development
  7. 7. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESRural ReservesAreas that won’t be developed for 40-50 years
  8. 8. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESWho makes the decision?• Core 4: • Clackamas County • Multnomah County • Washington County • Metro With help from:• Regional Steering Committee• County advisory committees
  9. 9. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESPopulation forecast
  10. 10. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESDefined 405,000 acre study area
  11. 11. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVES•Suitability analysis and recommendations
  12. 12. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESMay 2011 Reserves agreement
  13. 13. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESWhy does this matter?This process will determine the shape and scale of our urban areas and rural landscapes for the next half century
  14. 14. URBAN AND RURAL RESERVESFor more informationwww.oregonmetro.gov/reservesjohn.williams@oregonmetro.gov
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