Application to remove property from within urban growth boundary
- • conditions
(1) A local government may approve an application to remove a lot or parcel from within an urban growth boundary if:
(a) The application is submitted by the owner of the lot or parcel;
(b)(A) The lot or parcel is adjacent to the edge of the urban growth boundary; or
(B) The lot or parcel is adjacent to another lot or parcel that is removed under this section;
(c) The lot or parcel is assessed under ORS 308A.050 (Legislative intent) to 308A.128 (Certain district assessments inapplicable to exclusive farm use zone farmland) for its value for farm use;
(d) The lot or parcel is not within the boundaries of a city; and
(e) The lot or parcel is not included in an area identified for urban services under ORS 197.754 (Land identified for urban services).
(2) A local government, in deciding whether to approve an application under subsection (1) of this section, shall consider:
(a) The projected costs and other consequences of extending urban services to the affected lot or parcel;
(b) The potential value in the investment of providing urban services to the affected lot or parcel;
(c) Any requirement for expanding the urban growth boundary in other areas to compensate for any loss in buildable lands; and
(d) The projected costs and other consequences of providing urban services to other areas brought in under an expanded urban growth boundary.
(3)(a) Land that is removed from within an urban growth boundary pursuant to an application approved under this section shall be removed from any inventory of buildable lands maintained by the local government.
(b) A local government that approves an application under this section shall either expand the urban growth boundary to compensate for any resulting reduction in available buildable lands or increase the development capacity of the remaining supply of buildable lands. [1999 c.503 §1; 2001 c.104 §70]
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