Citizen Advisory Committee

The next two meetings are scheduled for September 26, 2013 and December 19, 2013. Thanks to each of you for all of your hard work over the last three years!

Connected Community – What Have We Done So Far?

SEE MOST RECENT DOCUMENTS HIGHLIGHTED IN ORANGE BELOW! 
Each Action Area’s Goals and Polices go through a series of steps involving public involvement and comment, various review processes by different commissions and councils, and lastly, approval by the City Council.

Goals & Policies Development Drafts

First Draft of Goals and Policies to the Citizen Advisory Committee (April 12, 2011)

Second Draft to Planning Commission, See Agenda Item 5 (Work Session – August 13, 2012)

Third Draft to Citizen Advisory Committee (August 23, 2012)Planning Commission and City Public Hearing Drafts (Land Use Case File web page for LU 12-0033)

Final Package – Planning Commission Public Hearing – April 22, 2013

City Council Motion pertaining to Package 1 – April 16, 2013

MOST RECENT DOCUMENTSCity Council Staff Report from Interim Planning Director Ron Bunch  – May 21, 2013

This section shows how far along we are in this particular action area, and includes links to more detailed documents for each step of the process.

Timeline for Connected Community Progress

Connected Community Open House
The purpose of the community summits/open houses are to discuss and receive guidance from Lake Oswego community members on goals and policies associated with each action area. An open house covering the Connected Community action area (along with the Economic Vitality action area) took place on April 12, 2012 at the City of Lake Oswego’s West End Building.  Below are materials from the April 12th open house:
 

Image of Connected Community Summit

Photos
View photos from the Connected Community Open House in this online photo album

Open House Guide
An overview to the discussions at the Open House (also acted as the comment card for the Open House).

Connected Community Interactive Map
At the Open House, Lake Oswego Citizens were asked to comment on connectivity, safety, and congestion issues in their neighborhood and the city as a whole. The map on this page shows their feedback.

 Public Comment and Feedback

Public comments and feedback were collected at the Open House as well as through a virtual Open House. This feedback was used to help mold the goals and policies related to the Connected Community action area.

Comment Form: The questions posed during the Open House and virtual Open House.

Compiled Public Comment: A PDF of all of the survey results/comments from this series of collection

 

 


Next Steps
The next steps will be determined by the City Council. Please contact the Planning Director or City Manager with questions.

 

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