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The Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission approved the Smith Rock Master Plan at its meeting on June 14. The draft plan was then reviewed by Deschutes County for compatibility with their comprehensive plans and zoning codes. The final step is to add the new adopted Smith Rock Master plan to the Oregon Administrative Rules that cover state park master plans (OAR 736-018-0045). OPRD is seeking public comment on its proposal to add the updated master plan to the list. The deadline for comment is 5 p.m. Aug. 4.
OPRD received more than
300 comments on the Draft Master Plan
Staff has incorporated the following edits to the Smith Rock Master Plan in response to comments from the public and partner organizations:
Jenna MarmonPlanning and Design LeadJenna.s.Marmon@oprd.oregon.gov971-382-2177
April 10, 2023 (Complete)3-4:30 p.m.Watch the Zoom recording here
Jenna Marmon, Planning and Design Lead(971) 382-2177
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