Pendleton Downtown Plan

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The City of Pendleton has received a grant to help us organize all of the previous studies done in downtown Pendleton into a comprehensive plan for our future and policies to implement those goals.

This page is limited to materials produced for this final phase of planning for our downtown.  If you are interested in reviewing any of the previous studies, they can all be found on the "Downtown Pendleton Studies" link on the Planning Department page. 

If you are interested in learning about issues related to downtown planning, staff has compiled a list of related website links and documents in the "Downtown Pendleton Resources" link on the Planning Department page.

Video:  Pendleton Oregon Downtown Parking Survey June 15, 2011- Quick survey of on and off-street parking in downtown Pendleton, Oregon. All passes done on lunch hour, between 12:40 and 12:50 p.m. Sorry if it makes you a little dizzy...

Main Street- A simple PowerPoint document that allows users to "assemble" an event space on Main Street. Drag and drop (and rotate) the boxes to see what fits!

Pendleton Downtown Plan- Adopted December 6, 2011  

Staff report to Council for Pendleton Downtown Plan (Ord. 3812)

Ordinance 3812 - Pendleton Downtown Plan- Draft ordinance to adopt Pendleton Downtown Plan

Pendleton Downtown Plan- to City Council November 10, 2011- Submitted to City Council for first reading on November 15, 2011. Second reading and consideration (testimony accepted) will be December 6, 2011.

Pendleton Downtown Plan:  Appendices 

Pendleton Downtown Plan:  Staff Report to Planning Commission- Original report to the Planning Commission

PC Agenda- November 3, 2011  

Final Draft Downtown Plan- November 2, 2011  

Final Draft Downtown Plan- PART 1  First half of document for easier download. Includes late edits to account for spelling, grammar, and removal of a redundant figure.

Final Draft Downtown Plan- PART 2  Second half of document for easier download. Includes late edits to account for spelling, grammar, and removal of a redundant figure.

PC Minutes- October 20, 2011  

PC Minutes- October 20, 2011: Summary of changes  

PC Agenda- October 20, 2011  

Draft Downtown Plan- PC October 20, 2011: Part 1- Items remaining for discussion prior to making a recommendation to Council.

Draft Downtown Plan- PC October 20, 2011: Part 2- Items remaining for discussion prior to making a recommendation to Council

PC Downtown Plan Suggestions- Suggestions from Planning Commissioners to integrate the original "Siegel Plan" with the plan as amended by the second advisory committee

Pendleton Downtown Plan, with Merchant Committee Amendments (MS Word)  

Pendleton Downtown Plan, with Merchant Committee Amendments (PDF)- To be presented to the Planning Commission for their consideration on August 18, 2011. There is no key to the edits. I believe text in yellow is proposed to be stricken and red text is to be added.

Background Information on Downtown Plan- Excerpts from some of the previous studies on downtown, that directed this effort to create a plan incorporating pedestrian (scale) improvements. Includes the original Scope of Work for the recent grant.

Pendleton 0911 TGM Application & Narrative- Original application for TGM grant to do the Pendleton Downtown Plan

Downtown Merchants' Draft Plan June 16, 2011- Submitted by Alan Feves.

Downtown Plan, as Amended by Downtown Merchants- Proposed amendments to Downtown Plan as submitted by Alan Feves, for consideration by the Planning Commission at their June 16 meeting. Areas highlighted in YELLOW are proposed to be removed from the document. Areas highlighted in GREEN are in need of further clarification and discussion. Text that is RED in color and underlined is recommended to be inserted into the text. This is an edited version of the document below.

Pendleton Downtown Plan (Final Draft from Consultant Team): April 11, 2011- This is the draft that is being considered for adoption. Changes may still be considered at Planning Commission or Council hearings.

Pendleton Downtown Plan (Draft) April 11, 2011- No Tables/Figures- Draft plan without tables and images for easier downloading.

Downtown Plan Implementing Code- Draft language to implement the Pendleton Downtown Plan. This will not be considered until after the Plan has been adopted by Council. (Posted May 27)

Planning Commission Minutes: May 19, 2011- Minutes from May 19 public hearing, continued to June 16.

PC Oral Presentation: May 19 2011- Basis for staff oral report at May 19 meeting. No changes to original source text from referenced documents.

Downtown Parking in Color- Public parking areas are in pink; private parking is in green. There are 1,030+/- on-street spaces, 500 public off-street spaces, and 1,433 private off-street spaces for a total of 3,013.

Main Street Parking Study- Several options for reconfiguring parking on Main Street developed in 2007

Main Street Parking Alternatives- Shows counts per block based on various alternatives

Ehmann Revisions to Downtown Plan: May 16, 2011  

MacKenzie Proposed Amendments- Funding Sources & Financing  

TGM Downtown Plan Scope of Work- Starting May 2010! Please contact the Planning Department if you would like to serve on the Advisory Committee.

TGM Grants- Information from TGM about downtown grants

Downtown Revitalization Plan Kickoff Flyer  

Task 1.3 Downtown Infill and Redevelopment Base Map: September 2, 2010 

Task 1.4 Railroad Subarea Map: October 30, 2010 

Task 1.4 Riverside Subarea Map: October 30, 2010  

Task 2 Historic Assets Map: January 4, 2011 

Task 2.1 Visitor Survey Market Opportunity & Analysis Study FINAL: November 30, 2010  

Task 2.2-2.9 Existing Conditions and Baseline Traffic Analysis Report: October 31, 2010  

Task 2.4 Schematics and Street Sections Revised: January 11, 2011  

Task 2.5 Downtown Open House Agenda: October 18, 2010  

Task 2.5 Downtown Open House Comment Card: October 18, 2010  

Task 2.5 Downtown Open House Presentation: October 18, 2010  

Task 3.1 Transportation Alternatives Analysis Final: February 3, 2011  

Task 3.1 Transportation Alternatives Analysis Appendix Final: February 3, 2011  

Task 3.2 Funding and Implementation Measures: February 11, 2011  

Task 3.3 Street Schematics and Sections, Revised February 3, 2011  

Task 3.4 Historic Coordination Summary Memo: January 6, 2011  

Task 3.6 Streetscape Elements: February 8, 2011  

Open House, February 16- Invitation to attend the open house. Please print and put it in your window!

What is a Festival Street?- Pictures of some streets with Festival Street treatments. Please note that the images contain streets much narrower than Main Street in Pendleton.

Task 4.1 Draft, Downtown Plan: March 3, 2011  

Task 4.1 Images Only, March 3, 2011  

Task 4.2 Downtown and Commercial Districts Memo: March 3, 2011  

Open House Comment Card- From the March 16 Open House.

Downtown Plan Public Input Session: Executive Summary Final, April 2011- Compilation of the most common comments received through informal public input sessions January-March 2011

Downtown Plan Slideshow, pp. 1-36- Part 1 of 2 of a slideshow used during community meetings.

Downtown Plan Slideshow, pp. 37-69-  Part 2 of 2 of a slideshow used during community meetings.

ORS Ch. 811 Excerpt- Establishes minimum 20' clearance between a crosswalk at an intersection and a parked vehicle

Comprehensive Plan: Pedestrian Plan- The Pedestrian element of the Pendleton Comprehensive Plan. Items flow in this order, left to right: Needs, Objectives, Policies, Program.

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