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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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Portland International Raceway Master Plan

Portland International Raceway Master Plan

Winterbrook updated the master plan for Portland International Raceway – a major motorsports facility owned and operated by the Portland’s parks department.
Portland Public Schools Projects

Portland Public Schools Projects

Portland Public Schools projects: Applegate, Terwilliger, and Rice schools, Maplewood, Humboldt, and James John elementary schools.
Portland Waterfront Park

Portland Waterfront Park

Winterbrook advised the design team on compliance with Historic District Guidelines and the compatibility of improvements with the Historic District. The project was approved by the Portland Landmarks Commission and has since been constructed.
Problem Solving for Private Developments

Problem Solving for Private Developments

Winterbrook has helped private entities achieve favorable outcomes in a wide range of planning situations requiring unique and broad problem solving experience.
River District Navigation Center

River District Navigation Center

Winterbrook provided pro-bono services to the Oregon Harbor of Hope to lead the land use planning and regulatory compliance process for the River District Navigation Center at the Broadway Bridge.
Scappoose Industrial Lands Program

Scappoose Industrial Lands Program

Winterbrook led a team including Johnson-Reid, Otak, and DKS in evaluating the City of Scappoose’s ability to capitalize on its unique economic development and locational advantages.
Seaside School Campus Outside the Tsunami Inundation Zone

Seaside School Campus Outside the Tsunami Inundation Zone

Winterbrook is leading the Seaside School District’s application to amend the Seaside UGB to accommodate a new K-12 campus above the tsunami inundation zone.
Smith and Bybee Wetlands

Smith and Bybee Wetlands

Working with Metro, Winterbrook prepared a Comprehensive Natural Resources Plan (CNRP) for the 2,100-acre Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area in North Portland.
Sunnyside Neighborhood Association

Sunnyside Neighborhood Association

Principal Tim Brooks served on the Board of Directors for the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association for 20 years, including 4 years as its President.
The Dalles Periodic Review Program

The Dalles Periodic Review Program

In the current Phase IV, Winterbrook is assisting the City and affected governmental agencies to develop a coordinated review process that considers and balances the needs of state and federal agencies when accommodating planned urban growth.
The Dalles Periodic Review Projects

The Dalles Periodic Review Projects

Winterbrook managed a comprehensive evaluation of scenic, cultural and natural resources in a 7,000 acre study area to determine potential impacts from urban growth boundary expansion into the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.

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