OAR 738-130-0035
Activities Which Significantly Affect Land Use

The following activities undertaken by the Department significantly affect land use:


Adopting Airport Master Plans which significantly affect the objectives of the Transportation Goal (Goal 12).


Enlarging an existing transportation facility to increase the level of transportation service provided, relocating an existing transportation facility, or constructing a new transportation facility.


Constructing a new Airport Operations Area (AOA), enlarging an existing AOA, or significantly changing the use of an existing AOA.


Changing the size of land parcels through the purchase or sale of property.


Altering land or structures in a way that significantly affects resources or areas protected by the statewide planning goals or acknowledged comprehensive plans. Examples include:


Placing or disposing of materials in wetlands, waterways or floodplains;


Draining wetlands by ditching or by other means;


Removing riparian vegetation.


Agency review of proposed development in and around Airport Safety Overlay Zone areas in order to promote aviation safety by prohibiting structures, trees, and other objects of natural growth from penetrating “airport imaginary surfaces.”


Agency review of structures outside of Airport Safety Overlay Zone areas that could be classified as a hazard to air navigation based on the Federal Aviation Administration Advisory Circular (A/C) 7460-1.

Source: Rule 738-130-0035 — Activities Which Significantly Affect Land Use, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=738-130-0035.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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