How will decisions be made on new regulations?

As part of the formal adoption process, staff will recommend changes to the Comprehensive Plan and Development Code at public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council. Staff bases recommendations on research, consultation with the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) and public engagement. The Planning Commission also makes recommendations to City Council, who ultimately makes the final decision.

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1. What is House Bill 2001 and what is "Middle Housing?"
2. What areas will be affected by HB 2001 overall? In the City of Beaverton?
3. What is required to comply with HB 2001?
4. Why is HB 2001 important?
5. How will decisions be made on new regulations?
6. Where is there flexibility with HB 2001 compliance?
7. Where is there not flexibility with HB 2001 compliance?
8. Can I still build a single-detached home?
9. Is the city going to force people in existing neighborhoods to build middle housing?
10. Have other counties or states done something like HB 2001?
11. In some neighborhoods Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs), other agreements between private parties, or deed restrictions don’t allow more than one living unit per lot. How do I know if r
12. What if I have concerns about the requirements of House Bill 2001?