Reading up on the new "a" overlay which as I understand it is part of the residential infill project (unfortunately acronym'd RIP): https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/53339
And I'm not seeing a lot of the RIP features discussed here: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/678802
Has it not been adopted yet? Does anyone know the approximate timeline of adoption?
It looks like they have some meetings about it in May. There was also a WWeekly article about it a few months back https://www.wweek.com/news/state/2018/12/14/could-...
that identifies who to follow if you are interested in keeping up with this.
@Sarah Thompson The 'A' overlay zone has been around for a while. This gives you bonus density of up to 50% when you submit plans to a type 2 design review with BDS.
I've been following the RIP developments for the last few months and it looks like the final city council hearings are scheduled tentatively for September.
The RIP project summary can be found here.
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