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Presentation-Neighborhood Mtg 05-04-21 LU 21-0019 Boones Ferry Road / West Sunset Drive Zoning Map Amendments Neighborhood Meeting Tuesday, May 4, 2021 IF . °?EGG - Agenda ❑ Welcome Scot Siegel ❑ Proposed Amendments Frank Angelo ❑ Development Site Study Ralph Tahran ❑ Questions & Answers All In f os,,, 0 C: EGT' Site Locati1 . I . ,. . on . • . z 0 Site + 1 : ,1-K> 4 ` =7 City Limits �� r a - Streets s ....,,,•#4/ / . i • _ ,......1... _VEST sotmET.DR'� ..1, . . poi:," et.roi.. 1•t iiii -. 1..s 10,06 /- it* y, I ac. 0 . ',�. . Background ❑ The Lake Oswego Redevelopment Agency purchased the property in 2018 for construction staging for the Boones Ferry Road Project. ❑ Once the Boones Ferry Road Phase 1 Improvement Project is complete (est. December 2021 ), the City intends to sell the property. ❑ On March 16, 2021 , the City Council adopted Resolution 21 -05, authorizing an agreement with Metro and the Housing Authority of Clackamas County to explore options for adding housing to the site. ❑ The action will allow for future housing development on the 1 .38 acres Boones Ferry Road Construction Staging site. � vow '. EGo Housing Need ❑ City's 2013 Housing Needs Analysis indicates a need for housing that is affordable for lower-income households and young families with children. ❑ Goal is to provide opportunities for housing diversity for these families. ❑ There has been no new low-income housing units created in the City for over ten (10) years. ❑ Affordable for low-income households - defined as households earning 80% or less of Area Median Income (AMI) in Clackamas County and Lake Oswego. ❑ According to HACC, 80% AMI for the Portland area calculates to $73,700 for a family of 4 (2020), which is the starting pay for a Lake Oswego firefighter; or the earnings of a household with an entry-level teacher in Lake Oswego Schools and a partner earning minimum wage. oek_) I'. '. EGo CitySupport for Affordable Housing ❑ Since 2016, the Lake Oswego City Council has prioritized the creation of multifamily affordable housing by: o Amending its Development Code to streamline permitting for housing o Adopting financial incentives such as system development charge and fee waivers for accessory dwellings and eligible multifamily projects. D In 2019, the Council established a goal of realizing a Metro Housing Bond funded project in Lake Oswego ❑ In 2020, the Council established the following Goal/Initiative for this site: "Begin work to construct at least one new affordable housing project by rezoning the Boones Ferry Road staging area to allow for an affordable housing development. " view '. EGo Proposed Amendments In order to permit residential uses on the site, the following actions must occur: ❑ Code Amendments to allow residential uses in the WLG-OC zone, because they are not currently allowed in WLG-OC ❑ Zone Change / Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment to unify the site in the WLG-OC zone 411 '. E Go Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments 50.03.002 - Use Table • Permit multifamily residential within the WLG-OC Zone, limited to the Boones Ferry Site 50.03.003.2 — Use-Specific Standards: Residential Uses in Commercial and Special Purpose Zones • Permit multifamily residential within the WLG-OC Zone, limited to the Boones Ferry Site 50.05.005.6.a - Design Standards for the Office Commercial (WLG-OC) Zone • Change the Purpose Statement of the Design Standards to include limited 04.1k1 .k. residential uses, similar to OC zoning elsewhere in the City. '. EGo itilI Zone Change / Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment Zone Change / Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment - West Lake Grove (WLG) District: ❑ WLG-OC = 1 . 13 acres — no change in zoning ❑ WLG-R 2.5 = 0. 15 acres — change to WLG-OC ❑ WLG-RMU = 0. 10 acres — change to WLG-OC In f 1 Air C:gEGW' II ExistingZoningMap 1 1 Lake Oswego Zoning R-7_5 LJH -- WLG CC uW3 WLG R-2.5 - - - _ WIG RMU 1 Clackamas Co. Zoning SFR '0' I'C. o: r N oREGot Proposed ZoningMa p - Lake oswego Zoning ®w�ac � WL R-2.5 RMU Iackamas Co. Zoning SFR Ch ge o WI -O • N o!E D I ' 1 Development 2\ \ StudyII i 1, mi 41 liM4 'MIN:Mg. li'512§ 5110 ,. . / ) I 3 buildings, 3 stories each 4 R f - Aiii\ ( - -_ /35ft & 30ft height limits // / 50-54 units, depending on , . 4,4110 4 - / - • 1r • - 16745 number of bedrooms „Alse' s 1*# .41 \itt ,-/ ...• i< / --- / ) jovk • / . ,- /' ,,--' 68 parking spaces for ,. r e 1\4# ' ' assumed unit mix of: 16759 ' 140At \le I // . ,/ -'//-', ,- . -45, 4,• ii., / „, CI 20% Studios / z , CI 30% 1 -bedroom 6 . i/ . / / • / 7 CI 30% 2-bedroom r /- // CI 20% 3-bedroom . _. - OET,E PLAN . / • 7/ I Development Study w p�• l ■s ■ �- � .L .__.�`.-• '. .. I •' 1 ._ _: .. Eft • NE MI . IiH —— — ki ._ . .. • x ; titi. 1111 • �_, ....., F ,.c}I , FF - r p ti g . ria -1 . : F : Ill�lllnlll�!�� - 7 . . _mom.' aQ !0 — !Hn - ' L11. ; Standards for App of Amendments The following review factors will be applied to the proposed amendments: ❑ Comprehensive Plan Policies ❑ Lake Forest Neighborhood Plan Policies ❑ Housing Needs Analysis ❑ Traffic Analysis ❑ Metro Functional Plan ❑ Statewide Planning Goals ivik 4.2 '. E Go Next Steps ❑ May: File application for proposed Zone Changes and Code Amendments ❑ May / June: City Review ❑ June / July: Planning Commission Hearing and City Council Hearing ❑ TBD: Development proposals ❑ TBD: Development review ❑ TBD: Transfer of property vik 4.2 '. EGo Questions / Comments Scot Siegel, FAICP, LEED-AP Planning & Building Services Director City of Lake Oswego PO Box 369 Lake Oswego, OR 97034 503.699.7474 ssiegel@ci.oswego.or.us oer4„, �. 0 EGo