Metropolitan service district report of performance measures
(1) A metropolitan service district organized under ORS chapter 268 shall compile and report to the Department of Land Conservation and Development on performance measures as described in this section at least once every two years. The information shall be reported in a manner prescribed by the department.
(2) Performance measures subject to subsection (1) of this section shall be adopted by a metropolitan service district and shall include but are not limited to measures that analyze the following:
(a) The rate of conversion of vacant land to improved land;
(b) The density and price ranges of residential development, including both single family and multifamily residential units;
(c) The level of job creation within individual cities and the urban areas of a county inside the metropolitan service district;
(d) The number of residential units added to small sites assumed to be developed in the metropolitan service district’s inventory of available lands but which can be further developed, and the conversion of existing spaces into more compact units with or without the demolition of existing buildings;
(e) The amount of environmentally sensitive land that is protected and the amount of environmentally sensitive land that is developed;
(f) The sales price of vacant land;
(g) Residential vacancy rates;
(h) Public access to open spaces; and
(i) Transportation measures including mobility, accessibility and air quality indicators. [1997 c.763 §3]
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