Comprehensive Plan 2035



What's New? 

The city invites community members to attend an open house for the Land Use Update on Thursday, June 22 from 5-7:30pm at the Beaverton City Library, Meeting Room A.  The new Land Use Element reflects input from project committees, neighborhood meetings and a neighborhood land use survey.

Please visit our Interactive Land Use Tool, to review and comment on proposed changes to the city's land use policies and land use map.

Land Use shapes the way land is developed in different areas of the city.  Land use designations also influence the uses allowed in neighborhoods and business districts, such as shops, services, restaurants and different types of housing.

Proposed Land use Map changes include:

  • Creating three new commercial designations to provide more distinction between the city’s commercial areas which allows the city to better define appropriate uses in different areas.
  • Creating a new mixed use corridor for areas that are positioned to develop with a mix of housing and businesses that serve nearby neighborhoods.

Project Description


Beaverton's Comprehensive Plan is a regulatory document that provides long-range guidance on development and city investments. The most extensive update to the city’s Comprehensive Plan occurred in 2002. Since that time, the community has experienced significant growth and change.

The Comprehensive Plan 2035 project will:
  • Incorporate ideas and policies from previous planning work, including the Beaverton Community Vision, Civic Plan, Creekside District Master Plan, and South Cooper Mountain Community Plan;
  • Assess recent development and demographic trends and projected growth; and
  • Make the plan more user-friendly and accessible to the community
In 2016, the city adopted a new IntroductionHousing Element and Economy Element of the Comprehensive Plan. The city is now in the process of updating the Land Use Element.

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Cassera Phipps, Associate Planner
Planning Commission Hearing
July 19, 2017
Public Notice