Bull Mountain Regional Stormwater Strategy: Washington County, Oregon

In the West Bull Mountain area of Washington County, Oregon, planning for future land use aimed at expansion. The goal of would be creating a highly livable “community of distinction” within the designated Urban Growth Boundary (UGB), including a custom stormwater strategy.
An outcomes-based concept plan was developed for the 500-acre expansion area as well as an adjacent 212-acre rural area to be potentially added to the UGB. Innovative solutions were integrated into the planning to also account for complex engineering and transportation management elements. Otak would lead overall project management, planning, urban design, stormwater, natural resources, GIS, and public involvement services.

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