Portland is one of the United States' most walkable and transit-rich small cities, yet barriers to transit-oriented development (TOD) remain. Through stakeholder interviews, this study identifies the barriers to TOD in Portland and provides recommendations.
A year in review of our accomplishments: from legal wins to program updates.
Recommendations for a more equitable and inclusive Land Use Planning Goal 1.
Urban expansion, rural rezoning, and nonfarm uses on farmland continue to take land out of farm use despite Oregon’s land use protections. Our report outlines the problems and creates a 10-point action plan that offers realistic policy recommendations.
Could land use be the key to reducing wildfire risk in Oregon? Our latest report has the answer!
How sprawl infrastructure bankrupts Oregon communities, and what we can do about it.
- 2021 Annual Report
- The People's Guide to Land Use Appeals: Learn the who, what, when, where and why of land use appeals in Oregon (2018)
- Public Participation in Land Use Planning: Transforming Aspiration into Realization (2015)
- Great and Growing: People and Jobs in Oregon's Agri-Cluster (2013)
Financial Info, 990s, and Annual Reports
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