Winterbrook led a two-step land use process to relocate the Warrenton-Hammond School District’s three public schools on a 58-acre site outside of the tsunami zone.
Winterbrook led the consultant team through the complex land use review process, which included extensive coordination with local governments and state agencies, property owners and public interest groups.
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.
Winterbrook prepared a consolidated application for a comp plan map amendment, zone change and Type III Design Review to allow for the expansion of Under Armour Corporation’s regional northwest headquarters.
Winterbrook planners Duncan Brown and Jesse Winterowd prepared the comprehensive plan map and UGB amendment application for the Unitarian Universalists Church in Bend, Oregon.
Winterbrook collaborated with City of Tigard planners and Clean Water Services to develop a new Plan District chapter for the city’s development code.
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.
Winterbrook teamed with ECONorthwest to draft an Economic Opportunities Analysis (EOA). Part of the project included updating the City’s 2005 Buildable Lands Inventory.
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.
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.