Provide Your Input Online: Lake Oswego Code Streamlining and Updates Project

Posted Fri, 02/01/2013 - 7:37am

Staff was just made aware that there is a glitch in the online comment form for the Lake Oswego Code Streamlining and Updates Project that is preventing the form from being submitted online or saved.  We are working to resolve the issue and will notify you as soon as the online comment form is working properly.  The deadline to submit comments specific to the Code Concepts will be extended. See below for more information about the project and links to the project website.

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this has caused you.

Provide Your Input Online: Lake Oswego Code Streamlining and Updates Project

If you were unable to attend the public open house for the Phase 2 Code Streamlining and Updates project held on December 13, you have another opportunity to review the Commercial Code Concepts and send us your comments online.  All of the materials from the December 13th public open house, along with a comment form that you can fill out and submit online are available at the following link:

The materials outline the draft code concepts for streamlining commercial zoning and land use standards and removing barriers to mixed use development in these zones.  The online comment forms are due by January 31, 2013.

The Phase 2 Community Development Code Streamlining and Updates project continues the work of the 2010 Community Development Code Audit and the Phase 1 Code Reorganization project completed earlier this year.  It also supports the We Love Lake Oswego Comprehensive Plan Update.  The goal of this initiative is to make the Code more clear, concise, adaptable and user-friendly.  The updates are also intended to facilitate future housing and job growth in existing commercial and mixed use areas instead of in low density neighborhoods.

More information about this project can be found at

(Please note that this online open house will only address the commercial and mixed use zoning component of the overall project.)
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