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Dayton Urban Growth Boundary


The Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) received a submittal from the City of Dayton and Yamhill County on July 6, 2022, regarding an amendment of the Dayton urban growth boundary that removed 176.83 acres from the urban growth boundary (UGB), and added 106.34 acres to the UGB. The City used the UGB adjustment process outlined in OAR 660-024-0070 to remove lands that are unlikely for urbanization and to replace them with lands that will be more readily urbanizable, allowing for the more efficient use of lands within the City of Dayton's UGB over time.

Ordinance No. 653

Director's Decision Approving City of Dayton UGB Submittal

The Department held a 21-day comment period consistent with state law, during which any objections to the proposal could be submitted, and then had 120 days to either approve the submittal, remand the submittal, or refer the submittal to the Land Conservation and Development Commission. DLCD received no objections in response to the local government notice and the Director issued an order approving the amendment on August 19th, 2022.

Director's Decision Approving Dayton UGB Submittal


Kevin Young
Senior Urban Planner
Phone: 503-602-0238