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Location: WOODBURN, OR
MIDDLE HOUSING RFP
View the RFP document towards the bottom of the webpage <www.woodburn-or.gov/dev-planning/page/middle-housing>.
Request: The City of Woodburn requests proposals from qualified candidates for two grant projects related to “middle housing” in the context of passed Oregon House Bill 2001 (2019):
(A) consulting on amendments to the Woodburn Comprehensive Plan, other applicable long-ranges, and the Woodburn Development Ordinance (WDO) to conform to HB 2001; and
(B) consulting on and drafting of what the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) terms an "Infrastructure-Based Time Extension Request" (IBTER) application package in compliance with HB 2001 Section 4(2) and rules that DLCD establishes within Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) 660-046.
In short, the IBTER grant aim is to identify for Woodburn specific areas where water, sewer, storm drainage, or transportation services are either significantly deficient or are expected to be significantly deficient before December 31, 2023 and to establish a plan of actions that will remedy the deficiency in those services and that is approved by DLCD, all in order for the City to tailor regulations of required middle housing.
The City received two separate grant awards for middle housing (A) and (B), so they have separate budgets:
Submit a proposal of up to six pages (inclusive of any graphics) addressing the scope of work by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, mail, or in-person delivery (by appointment only through the Community Development Department administrative assistant at 503-982-5246) by:
Tuesday, September 29, 2020, noon PT
Colin Cortes, AICP, CNU-A, Senior Planner | (503) 980-2485