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Agenda Item - 2022-03-14 - Number 07.1 - PC-CC Goals 2022 Adopted - PC Forecast 03-03-22 U o I Lake Oswego Planning Commission/Commission for Citizen Involvement Adopted Goals for 2022 0REGO The Planning Commission/Commission for Citizen Involvement goals for 2022 follow.The goals reflect City Council direction to date, public input, and staff workload and capacity. 1. Adopt House Bill 2001-Compliant Middle Housing Code o Due June 2022 o Meeting dates for Planning Commission and City Council established 2. Begin work on House Bill 2003 Implementation o Housing Needs Analysis (HNA) Update due 2013—prepare scope of work and begin by 3rd Quarter of 2022 o Housing Production Strategy due 2024—consider scoping with HNA 3. Amend the Lake Grove Village Center Overlay and West Lake Grove Design District building design standards to address changes in building technology and sustainability o Receive recommendations from the Lake Grove Business Association with input from neighborhood associations—Spring 2022 o Planning Commission work session(s) on code amendments—Spring 2022 o Public hearing and recommendation to City Council —Summer/Fall 2022 4. Begin planning under the State of Oregon's Climate-Friendly Equitable Communities (CFEC) Rules (Governor's Executive Order 20-04) o Brief City Council on the rules—June 2022 o Prepare Scope of Work for the following CFEC elements: • Parking management code amendments—citywide; due March 2023 • Designation of"Climate-Friendly Areas"—estimated due 2024 • Housing code changes for Climate-Friendly Areas—estimated due 2025 • Transportation Systems Plan Update—estimated due 2024; follows Metro Regional Transportation Plan update that is in progress 5. Annual CDC Maintenance Amendments o Work sessions— Fall 2022 o Hearings— Fall/Winter 2022-23 6. Palisades Neighborhood Association "Midcentury Residential" Overlay Zone o Neighborhood outreach led by PNA with technical support by Planning staff o Planning Commission work sessions—3 estimated, Summer 2022-Spring 2023 o Hearings—Summer 2023 12/14/2021 Page 1 of 2 7. Explore opportunities for public education on common code compliance issues, such as fences and accessory structures o Work Session— Fall 2022 o Develop feedback loop to help inform annual code maintenance Potential Future Work • Update Flood Management Overlay (FMO) Map for Oswego Lake Canal This item was requested by a canal-front property owner during the Planning Commission's review of the Flood Hazard Management Overlay code amendments (LU 20-0005) in 2021. The FMO Map for Oswego Canal was not updated when the Oswego Lake base flood elevation was revised following replacement of the dam spillway in 2012. However, the existing map identifies properties subject to the FHO and any map update would not substantially affect development or property rights as these properties must be surveyed during the permit process to verify the base flood elevation. Staff recommends deferring this until 2023 or later due to workload. 12/14/2021 Page 2 of 2 oiA �s 2022 COUNCIL GOALS AND INITIATIVES U �AV � d February 14, 2022 °REGota ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL ON MARCH 1, 2022 Ensure a safe and secure community for all Council Initiatives • Oversee and guide the action plan to implement the recommendations of the 2021 Community Dialog on Policing, including increased reporting and public dialog about policing in Lake Oswego • Implement a sustainable business model for the Fire Department that meets the 21st century needs of Lake Oswego • Improve the City's emergency management capabilities Support business investment and job creation in Lake Oswego Council Initiatives • Adopt an Economic Development Strategy, action plan, and resource plan • Ensure the North Anchor redevelopment stays on track Foster diversity, equity and inclusion in Lake Oswego and in the City as an organization Council Initiatives • Support the DEI Advisory Board's work to improve recruitment efforts for Boards and Commissions, increase the number cultural events, establish relationships with community- based organizations, remove language and accessibility barriers, and increase diversity of the City's workforce Combat climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and strengthening the community's resilience to climate impact Council Initiatives • Improve resiliency and climate adaptation strategies in the City's Sustainability and Climate Action Plan • Increase the availability and use of green energy in the community • Update the Urban and Community Forest Plan by evaluating the 2022 State of the Urban Forest Report Support continuous improvement, outstanding customer service, infrastructure investments, and fiscal policies that increase public trust in the City Council Initiatives • Collaborate with the City of Portland to make a financially and environmentally responsible long- term investment in a wastewater treatment plant • Begin a process to address the long-term facilities needs of the Lake Oswego Public Library Invest in Lake Oswego's high-quality parks, natural areas, and recreational amenities Council Initiatives • Guide delivery of Parks Capital Projects, including the LORAC, Golf Course Construction, Rassekh Park, and planned trail projects • Adopt a Natural Areas Habitat Management Plan • Adopt a new IGA with the Lake Oswego School District for fields and facilities • Create a holistic approach to overall health and well-being for our community, similar to a Blue Zones process. Engage City departments, businesses, LOSD, the faith community, and non-profits to create a coordinated effort at improving and maintaining healthy lifestyles Improve transportation connections, mobility and safety for all travelers and for all types of trips in Lake Oswego Council Initiatives • Adopt a funding strategy for pedestrian safety capital projects • Begin the process to create concept plan for Stafford/McVey Conserve the community's quality of life by planning for change and growth Council Initiatives • Complete work on key housing initiatives, including HB 2001 code adoption, HB 2003 compliance, decision-making on a possible project on the Boones Ferry Road Staging Area, and support for other non-profit led housing projects • Prepare for a process to update the plans for the Foothills District 2 TENTATIVE—SUBJECT TO CHANGE Planning Commission Meeting Forecast 2022 Projects Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 10 24 14 28 14 28 11 25 9 23 13 27 11 25 8 22 12 26 10 24 14 28 12 - Middle Housing(HB 2001) [ cc-fco Erik LU 22-0007[PP 19- ccss Notice ^� "ph 6/21 ( /7 W-2 W-3 W 4 2/15 3/7 H H ccph cont or 0008') 5/17 6/7 6/28 Demolition& Nonconforming Develop. W-1 CCSS (Scot/LU 22-0008) 3/15 CDC Amendments-Special cc_ Notice CCPH Street Setbacks 2/18 FCO (Evan/LU 22-0004) 5/3 5 /17 Housing Needs Analysis - Update(HB 2003) -1 RFQ/P (Erik/TBD-Due end of 2023) Housing Production Strategy (HB 2003) -1 RFQ/P (Erik/TBD-Due end of 2024) AR, AIM Rassekh USB Amendment fco (Paul/LU 21-0039) 1/4 Flood Hazard Overlay ccph (Paul&Rob A./LU 20-0005) &tco 1/4 WLG-LGVC Building Design W-1 w-2 h f ccph (Johanna/PP 20-0002) 9/6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2021 Annual CDC ccph t fco Amendments No H F 3/17 a/s (Evan F./LU 21-0057) (Thur) 2022 Annual CDC 1 Notice ccph Amendments `v-1 9/19 w-2 h f 12/6 (TBD/TBD) -11.- 11011r Palisades NA Overlay (TBD) AlbAIM w-1 w-2 Climate-Friendly Equitable Communities Rules(Parking, U ws-1 ws-2 TSP,Housing)(TBD) Sustainability/Climate Action (Pending Input from SAB Work Group;may be combined with Climate-Friendly Equitable Communities planning as required by State of Oregon) Planning(TBD/PP 19-0004) Other CCl/PC Items GS' prGS GS TOTAL(Includes Findings) 11 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 I 1 11 2 I 1 2 I 1 I 1 1 2 12 1 Key:W=Work Session;H=Public Hearing;F=Findings;M=Meeting/Recommendation;CC-City Council(CC-PC=Joint meeting with City Council);R=Retreat;S=Boards and Commissions Summit; T=Tour;U=Project Update;9=Cancelled;CFEC=Climate Friendly Equitable Communities;Goal.Lower-case'w'and'h'are tentative.SR=Staff Report.RFP=Request for Proposals(staff).Green indicates work in progress. Yellow indicates pending City Council direction and/or State rulemaking.2-=Cancelled;GS1=Goal Setting Work Session-Work Plan Review per City Council Goals. RFQ/P=Request for Proposals or Qualifications March 3, 2022 Page 1 of 2 PLANNING COMMISSION PROJECTS TO BE SCHEDULED • Economic Development Strategy(pending City Council direction) • Citizen Involvement Guidelines Update(Resume work on PP 19-0006) • Commissioner Trainings • Neighborhood Tours • Potential revisions to Foothills Framework Plan,pending outcome of Tryon Creek WTP public-private partnership • Small Cell Standards in CDC • Preservation Code Amendments(HRAB Goal) CITY COUNCIL PROJECTS TO BE SCHEDULED • Tryon Creek WTP Overlay(LU 17-0064)—Subject to outcome of P3 replacement of WTP March 3, 2022 Page 2 of 2