Cooper Mountain Community Plan
Urban Growth Boundary Decision
On January 22, 2020, the state Department of Land Conservation and Development issued a written decision approving Metro’s urban growth boundary (UGB) amendment.
The project will begin in earnest in February 2020. The city hired a consultant team to assist with the Cooper Mountain Community Plan including addressing key issues like zoning, transportation, natural resource protection, housing, infrastructure and funding. Expect to hear more as the public engagement plan is finalized.
The city will work with a broad range of community members, property owners, developers and other stakeholders in creating the plan. This project will involve technical analyses, community engagement, and other work to develop a community-supported plan.
The Beaverton City Council must approve all Comprehensive Plan and zone changes.
Research and Analysis
Adoption and Implementation
The Community Plan project is expected to take three years to complete. The city will likely not act on annexation requests and allow development until after the process is complete.
- Washington County Cooper Mountain Transportation Study
- GetUsThere.org (Washington County Construction Updates)
- Washington County Significant Natural Resources Assessment
- Willamette Water Supply Project