OAR 660-038-0050
Determine Amount of Land Needed for Each Housing Type

A city must:


Determine the land needed for each category of residential development over the 14-year period by dividing the number of needed units determined in OAR 660-038-0040 (Determine the Mix of Dwelling Units Needed) by the projected number of net dwelling units per acre using the ranges in Table 2.


Calculate the overall net density (total dwelling units divided by total land need) for all residential land need in terms of dwellings units per acre and compare the result with the current density of the developed lands shown in the buildable lands inventory within the city’s UGB completed under OAR 660-038-0060 (Buildable Lands Inventory (BLI) for Residential Land within the UGB)(5).


If necessary, adjust the density assumptions used in the residential land need analysis so that the overall net density for all residential land need is at least equal to the density determined in section (2).


Add an amount equal to 25 percent of the total residential land needed to account for public land need for infrastructure and facilities such as schools and parks and to account for private institutional land need.
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Source: Rule 660-038-0050 — Determine Amount of Land Needed for Each Housing Type, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=660-038-0050.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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