OAR 660-022-0060
Coordination and Citizen Involvement


Counties shall ensure that residents of unincorporated communities have adequate opportunities to participate in all phases of the planning process. Counties shall provide such opportunities in accordance with their acknowledged citizen involvement programs.


When a county proposes to designate an unincorporated community or to amend plan provisions or land use regulations that apply to such a community, the county shall specify the following:


How residents of the community and surrounding area will be informed about the proposal;


How far in advance of the final decision residents of the community and the surrounding area will be informed about the proposal;


Which citizen advisory committees will be notified of the proposal.


The information on these three points shall be included in the appropriate plan amendment proposals or periodic review work task.


When a county proposes to designate an urban unincorporated community, the county shall adopt a citizen involvement program for that community in accordance with the provisions of Goal 1, Citizen Involvement.


Proposals to designate, plan, or zone unincorporated communities shall be coordinated with all special districts, metropolitan service districts, and cities likely to be affected by such actions. For any unincorporated community, such coordination shall include a minimum of 45-day mailed notice to all cities and special districts (including metropolitan service districts) located within the distance described in OAR 660-022-0040 (Urban Unincorporated Communities)(2).

Source: Rule 660-022-0060 — Coordination and Citizen Involvement, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=660-022-0060.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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