OAR 966-100-0300
Regionally Significant Industrial Areas


The ERRC shall designate at least five but not more that fifteen RSIA’s by June 28, 2014.


RSIA’s are approved after a public review process. The ERRC will designate an area as an RSIA only after consideration of whether the area:


Is planned and zoned for industrial use;


Contains vacant sites, including brownfields, that are suitable for the location of new industrial uses or expansion of existing industrial uses and that can collectively provide significant additional employment in the region;


Has site characteristics that give the area significant competitive advantages that are difficult or impossible to replicate in the region;


Has superior access to transportation; and


Is located in proximity to major labor markets.

Source: Rule 966-100-0300 — Regionally Significant Industrial Areas, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=966-100-0300.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 966-100-0300’s source at or​.us