The designation of urban and rural reserves will assist the Metro Council and local communities in implementation of the 2040...
Land Use Planning Pages
The longstanding system for managing the Metro region’s Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) has been contentious and limits the factors used in determining which land is better suited to differing purposes.
The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area was created on November 17, 1986 when President Reagan signed into effect Public Law 99-663.
The reasons for designation of Reserves are included in the document below.
Materials located on this page are from past Planning Commission proceedings.
The Multnomah County Planning Commission consists of nine volunteers appointed by the Board of County Commissioners for four-year terms.
Multnomah County is leading a regional effort to designate urban and rural reserves to accommodate future growth and protect valuable farmland, forest land and natural areas that define the character
Multnomah County's urban planning areas are the Interlachen Urban Plan Area and the Pleasant Valley Urban Plan Area.
Opportunity to Comment: National Scenic Area photovoltaic system install - April 12
Notice of Public Hearing: Implementation of Measure 49 approval for single-family dwelling within the Protected Aggregate and Minerals Impact Area - rebuttal due Jul 24
Opportunity to Comment: Lot of Record Verification - April 16
Notice of Decision: Planning Director Determination for a Relative Farm Help Dwelling - appeal deadline June 9
Notice of Decision: National Scenic Area Site Review for Emergency Repair of Septic System and Replat - appeal deadline Jun 11
Opportunity to Comment: Lot of Record Verification - April 14
Opportunity to Comment: Application for Significant Environmental Concern Review and Lot of Record Verification - April 16
Agency Review: National Scenic Area Site Review for additional deck, bathroom and dormer - due Dec 16
Opportunity to Comment: National Scenic Area Emergency Event Site Review for failing septic system - due Jun 19
What we do, our mission and values, and how to contact us.
Collection of documents for the Zoning Code Consolidation project.
The Multnomah County Comprehensive Plan is the county's land use mission statement.
Multnomah County updated its Comprehensive Plan in 2016. The Comprehensive Plan is a guide for future growth and development in rural areas of the county.
Documents related to Metro's nature park project in the West Hills.
Fee schedule effective July 1, 2020. Fees may be paid with cash, checks or credit card.
Notice of Decision: Replacement of structurally deficient bridge in Gorge Special Residential Zone - April 16