Public Notices or Hearings
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING:
A PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING COMMISSION WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY ON TUESDAY, October 5, 2021 AT 7:00 P.M. FOR DISCRETIONARY USE 811-21-000196-TYP3. PROPOSAL VIA THE ZOOM ONLINE MEETING PLATFORM.
Discretionary Use Application. Applicant seeks approval of the Multi-unit Design Standards- Alternative Design Discretionary Criteria for the proposed multi-unit residential development on the south side of Horace Street in accordance with the Springfield Development Code (SDC) Section 3.2-240.D.2. The Planning case number for this application is 811-21-00196-TYP3.
The Discretionary Use request affects two parcels zone Medium Density Residential (MDR), which are located adjacent to each other on the southern side of Horace Street and across from Mt. Vernon Ele4mentary School. These parcels are identified as Assessor’s Map 18-02-05-23, Ta Lot 204 and Assessor’s Map 18-02-05-23 Tax Lot 202. The eastern parcel (Tax lot 204 is approximately 0.74 acres, and the western parcel (Tax Lot 202) is approximately 0.31 acres for a total of 1.05 acres. For complete notice click here.
2023-2027 Capital Improvement Program – A Community Reinvestment Plan. The PLANNING COMMISSION will hold a public hearing on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2021 AT 7:00 P.M. to hear testimony on the draft project lists. The Planning Commission will be making a recommendation to forward to the City Council.
The City of Springfield’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a five-year Community Reinvestment Plan that describes the near-term program for funding, evaluation, and construction
of City owned and operated public facilities. A fundamental purpose of the CIP is to facilitate the efficient use of capital resources to maintain, improve, and expand City assets. The underlying concept is to strategically prioritize and program these resources to extend the useful life of existing assets, replace assets before failure, and to support growth with timely expansion. For complete notice click here.
The public hearing will be held virtually through the Zoom platform. You may access the link and review the Planning Commission agenda packet at https://springfieldoregonspeaks.org/meetings/31
A PUBLIC HEARING OF THE SPRINGFIELD PLANNING COMMISSION WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY OCTOBER 5, 2021 AT 7:00 P.M. VIA ZOOM ONLINE MEETING PLATFORM, TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING PROPOSAL:
Proposed Type III Discretionary Use for a sports stadium and related improvements on an existing, developed public school site. The property is currently zoned Public Land and Open Space (PLO) and is located at 326 Centennial Boulevard (Assessor’s Map 17-03-26-31, Portion of Tax Lot 2200 & Map 17-03-26-34, Tax Lot 6200). The Planning case number for the application is 811-21-000169-TYP3.
The criteria for Discretionary Use can be found in Section 5.9-120 of the Springfield Development Code (SDC). The list of uses for the Public Land and Open Space District can be found in Section 3.2-710 of the SDC, which is available for review online at http://qcode.us/codes/springfield-development/ or in the Development & Public Works office in Springfield City Hall during public walk-in service hours of 8:00 am–Noon and 1:00 pm–4:00 pm, Tuesday – Friday. The staff report and recommendation will be available 7 days prior to the public hearing online at http://springfieldoregonspeaks.org and at the City of Springfield Development & Public Works Department, 225 Fifth Street, Springfield, OR 97477. Phone: 541-726-3753.
Please visit springfieldoregonspeaks.org for information on participating in the online public meeting.
The SPRINGFIELD PLANNING COMMISSION held a public hearing on September 8, 2021 and left the RECORD OPEN THROUGH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15. Testimony submitted after that date will be provided to the elected officials A JOINT PUBLIC HEARING OF THE SPRINGFIELD CITY COUNCIL AND LANE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2021 AT 7:00 P.M. LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED.
The City of Springfield is proposing amendments to the Springfield Development Code, section 3.3-400 Floodplain Overlay District. The proposed updates are intended to incorporate federal requirements as shown in the State’s model code. By complying with current federal regulations, the City can continue to participate in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). The Planning case number is 811-21-000210-TYP4. The subject properties are those areas located within the City of Springfield’s Floodplain Overlay District. The proposed amendments and applicable criteria are available under the Planning Commission’s September 8, 2021 meeting at https://springfieldoregonspeaks.org/items/94 Documents are also available for free inspection at the Development Center within City Hall, 225 Fifth Street. A revised staff report will be available at the Development Center and at Springfieldoregonspeaks.org on October 12 prior to the Planning Commission’s deliberations on October 19. Copies of documents are available at a reasonable cost. Phone 541-736-7135. For complete notice click here and for Map click here
Thank you Springfield voters for the passage of the GO Bond Measure 20-296! Now available, the 2020 Annual Report.
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