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South Redmond Tract Proposed Land Use and Management Plan. OCTOBER, 2008. BACKGROUND. 945 acres acquired from BLM in 2007 as a land grant. Located south of Fairgrounds and Exposition Center; south and east of Juniper Golf Course; southwest of Roberts Field-Redmond Municipal Airport.

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South Redmond Tract

ProposedLand Use and Management Plan

OCTOBER, 2008

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BACKGROUND

  • 945 acres acquired from BLM in 2007 as a land grant.
  • Located south of Fairgrounds and Exposition Center; south and east of Juniper Golf Course; southwest of Roberts Field-Redmond Municipal Airport.
  • Contiguous to, but outside, Redmond urban growth boundary (UGB); not designated as urban area reserve (UAR).
  • 80 acres of State Parks & Recreation Department (OPRD) land (Juniper Scenic Wayside) included as part of study area.
purpose and scope
PURPOSE AND SCOPE
  • Identify short and long-term management strategies that:
    • generate the greatest possible revenues for Common School Fund
    • are compatible with community interests
    • are consistent with Oregon land use law.
  • Ensure short-term management decisions do not irrevocably commit or adversely affect long-term revenue or value appreciation potential.
unique opportunity
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY
  • Almost 1,000 acres in single ownership with no environmental constraints; strategic location.
  • Reflects true collaborative planning.
  • Responds to state and local needs.
  • Models responsiveness to sustainability principles and global climate change.
  • Represents entrepreneurial approach to generating CSF revenues as soon as possible.
  • Accords to 2006-2016 Asset Management Plan.
  • Takes advantage of infrastructure availability/lower than typical costs.
  • High probability of success due to strong support.
proposed management strategy
PROPOSED MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
  • Designate as Industrial/Commercial/Residential (ICR) land and actively manage in accordance with 2006-2016 Asset Management Plan.
  • Pursue short-term urban growth boundary amendment for large-lot industrial uses and planned extension of 19th Street.
  • Retain approximately 2/3 of Tract.
  • Consider transfer of approximately 1/3 of Tract to Deschutes County and Oregon Military Department.
  • Pursue acquisition of Juniper Scenic Wayside.
  • Identify corridors for future transportation facilities.
next steps
NEXT STEPS

UGB Amendment to Meet Regional Industrial Land Needs

  • Conduct economic opportunity analysis (EOA) to establish regional need for large-lot industrial.
  • Conduct special needs assessment to establish State (OMD) and County (Fairgrounds) needs.
  • UGB amendment process initiated by City of Redmond.
  • Investigate land exchange with OPRD.
  • Continue cooperative planning.
  • Investigate market.