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For more than 30 years, Winterbrook professionals have provided leadership in land use and natural resource planning across the Pacific Northwest, delivering creative, locally-tailored solutions and quality service to public, private and non-profit clients while earning the respect of regulators, advocacy groups and local communities.

Highlighted Projects

Catlin Gabel School

Winterbrook provides on-call planning services to the school on a range of land use issues: construction of outdoor education facilities; potential changes in campus zoning; and negotiation with nearby developers to reduce impacts on the school.

Corvallis Waterfront

Winterbrook led permitting tasks to obtain greenway, design and environmental approvals for improvements to Corvallis’ Willamette Park.

East Gresham Elementary

Winterbrook led land use permitting tasks for approval of a new school in Gresham as part of the 2016 Gresham-Barlow School Bond.

Eye Health Northwest

Winterbrook teamed with Anderson Dabrowski Architects to prepare a land use application for an Eye Care Center in Wilsonville’s Town Center area.

Vanport Building

Winterbrook guided the project through the city’s land use process, preparing a complex application including design review, modifications, and adjustments.

Leach Botanical Garden

Winterbrook led the land use and environmental planning tasks for the Upper Garden Development Project at Portland’s Leach Botanical Garden.

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Eye Health Northwest Wilsonville Office

Eye Health Northwest Wilsonville Office

Winterbrook teamed with Anderson Dabrowski Architects to prepare a land use application for an Eye Care Center in Wilsonville’s Town Center area.
Forest Park Trailhead and Nature Center

Forest Park Trailhead and Nature Center

Portland Parks & Recreation is creating a new gateway to Forest Park, with a new trailhead, interpretive facilities, nature center, parking and school bus drop-off.
Gresham-Barlow School District Projects

Gresham-Barlow School District Projects

Sam Barlow High, Deep Creek Elementary, Springwater Trail High, East Gresham Elementary, Hall Elementary, and Hollydale Elementary
Harbor Sky Apartments

Harbor Sky Apartments

Based on Winterbrook research related to the 1997 North Harbour Type III master plan approval and nine related land use decisions, BDS allowed a 264-unit apartment structure off North Marine Drive to be reviewed through a Type II process.
Ironcrest Estates

Ironcrest Estates

Winterbrook prepared a Type III land use application for a 31-unit townhome development at Ironcrest Estates in Gresham.
Leach Botanical Garden

Leach Botanical Garden

Winterbrook is assisting NNA Landscape Architecture with environmental documentation and permitting for trail and shelter improvements at the Columbia Children’s Arboretum.
McMinnville School District Projects

McMinnville School District Projects

Winterbrook Planning has worked with the McMinnville School District on several school expansions and urban growth boundary amendments.
Mt. Tabor Home

Mt. Tabor Home

Winterbrook worked with a property owner in the Mt. Tabor neighborhood of Portland on dividing an oversize lot to build a second house on the site.
Multnomah County Drainage District Projects

Multnomah County Drainage District Projects

Winterbrook was selected to perform a variety of land use and environmental planning tasks to support Multnomah County Drainage Districts and affiliated drainage districts.
Portland Community College Cascade Impact Mitigation Plan

Portland Community College Cascade Impact Mitigation Plan

As part of a multi-disciplinary master planning team, Winterbrook worked closely with affected North Portland neighborhood associations and city staff to prepare an impact mitigation plan for campus expansion.
Portland Community College, Rock Creek Campus

Portland Community College, Rock Creek Campus

Winterbrook worked with the college on a major building expansion for new classroom and student services building (Building 7), and later for space to expand dining, student activities, classrooms, and the bookstore (Building 5).

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