The Neighborhood Leadership Alliance (NLA) has been working with the City of Bend to improve the signage that is required to be posted at new developments. You might have seen the small white signs posted at empty lots, written in marker and usually worn or blown away within a few days. New requirements are going to the Planning Commission on February 8th. Once they approve it, the draft language will go to City Council for final approval.
The City of Bend operates on a two-year budgeting cycle. Before the budget is drafted, city councilors establish their goals and then align the budget toward accomplishing those goals.
The Old Farm District Neighborhood Association was invited to submit our goals for consideration by Council. We will present our recommendation to City staff and Council on Monday, January 11th, ahead of our Special Neighborhood Meeting.
Here is OFDNA’s priority as submitted to the City on a form they provided:
The Stevens Road Tract will be getting a Master Plan! It is now being referred to as the Stevens Ranch Master Plan. Details below.
The Old Farm District Neighborhood Association is invited to attend a virtual meeting regarding a land use application request for a Major Community Master Plan and Annexation (Stevens Ranch Master Plan) for approximately 369 acres located in the DSL Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) Expansion Area, generally located east of SE 27th Street and south of Stevens Road, and north of the future extension of SE Ferguson Road. The property is currently vacant, and zoned Urbanizable Area (UA), which is […]