HB 2001 Summaries
“Enrolled House Bill 2001” link:
https://olis.leg.state.or.us/liz/2019R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/HB2001/Enrolled The key statements are Section 2 (2)(a), Section 2 ( 2) (b) and Section 2 (5).
“Adopted Division 46” link
https://www.oregon.gov/lcd/UP/Documents/ADOPTED%2020201209-OAR%20660_046_FINAL%2020201210.pdf?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery The key section is 660-046-0235 which outlines the third path.
HB 2001 Key Elements - summarizes much of HB 2001 topics (not for newsletters)
“DLCD_MHMC_triplex-fourplex_Analysis Summary Memo_ECO_20200615” –
This 13-page report is an analysis of the impact of parking on the feasibility of middle housing which was used to set the minimum parking rates in Division 46.
Household Vehicle Ownership Summary
This table compares vehicle ownership trends for the US as a whole vs. Bend
(Source: US Census Bureau, American Community (5-year estimates data profile)
Right Size Parking - Every Community is Unique
This document explains the concept of "right-size parking" and references various Bend studies.
B.L.I.S.: Residential Units Approved 2016-2021
Shows approved applications for various housing types and STRs.
Pros/Cons related to Off-street Parking Minimums
How do various claims apply to Bend's demographics and past actions?
Meeting Summaries, Presentations, Email Documentation
Overview for Land Use Chairs (02/25/2021)
Analysis and Conversation with Staff regarding 3 paths vs. 2 paths options: the point was that staff did not give the public the option for the 3rd path, which would have allowed us to use existing code rather than adoption of state standards.
-November 16 meeting with staff
This is a memo following up a virtual meeting between 3 committee members and 3 city staff
-Path of compliance 3 paths vs staff 2 paths
A copy of the state’s three page flow chart vs the city’s two path flow chart
Ethan /September email
This email is an explanation from the DLCD’s project manager for Division 46, on the basics of these new regulations
In Support of HB 2001
Are parking minimums a thing of the past?
City moving to scrap minimum requirements for onsite parking, leaving the choice to owners (developers).
Covington downtown parking concepts for zoning memo.
Will upzoning neighborhoods make homes more affordable?
Want to learn how HB 2001 will negatively impact Bend?
A review of an upzoning experiment in Chicago. Shows higher density leads to higher prices, not more affordability.
Blanket upzoning-a blunt instrument-won't solve the affordable housing crisis.
Does upzoning boost housing supply and lower pricing? Maybe not.
LSE Researchers: Build Baby Build is no answer.
The neighborhood is mostly black: the homebuyers are mostly white.
How housing will transfer from families to corporations.
A planning report - Minneapolis' residential zoning risks unintended consequences.
Turns out Millennials love cars just like everybody else.
Greater density leads to warmer cities.