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  • One-Minute Survey

    Weigh in on safe travel and traffic improvement priorities

    10/17/2019 4:17:35 PM

  • Affordable Housing Progress

    The Bend City Council approved funding for two affordable housing developments using federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding.

    10/16/2019 7:24:32 PM

  • North Unit Irrigation District Canal Trail Closure Begins Oct. 18

    The 10-month closure is needed to widen the Purcell Boulevard canal bridge and construct a new bridge for the Empire Boulevard extension. The new section of Empire will connect the existing road from Purcell to the intersection of NE Butler Market Road and 27th Street.

    10/16/2019 8:52:06 AM

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The Growth Management Department brings together the city’s transportation and long-range planning staff to identify and manage projects of a long-term nature, including transportation, land use, and public facility planning.

Horizon line composed of Mt Bachelor, Broken Top and the Three Sisters

The Statewide Planning Program requires cities like Bend to provide close coordination between planning for transportation (Goal 12) and urbanization (Goal 14).  One of the purposes for doing this is that cities in Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO), like Bend, need to reduce vehicular use, not only by increasing the use of alternative modes of travel, but also by encouraging a mix of land uses whereby creating walkable developments.


Keep up to date with the activities of the Growth Management Department 

June 2017 Transportation System Plan Update (Video)

 

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