Land Use Permitting

Winterbrook has a strong track record in preparing successful development applications for public and private clients.  We have an in-depth understanding of complex and inter-related land use and environmental permit requirements, the ability to understand our clients’ objectives, and effective working relationships with local, state and federal permitting agencies.

  • Conditional Use
  • Design Review
  • Master Plan
  • Adjustments and Modifications
  • Variances
  • Environmental
  • Historic Review
  • Adopted Master Plans
  • Bond Requirements (School Bonds)
  • Permitting
Natural Resource Planning

Winterbrook has provided leadership in natural resource planning across the Pacific Northwest. We have earned a reputation for developing innovative and successful plans to address local and state goals, including natural, scenic, and open space conservation goals. We help our clients to design projects that are sensitive to environmental resources, while also meeting their goals and receiveing the appropriate local, state, and federal permits.

  • Natural Features
  • Natural Resource Planning (Goal 5)
  • Natural Resource Inventories
    Local Wetland Inventories
    Riparian Corridor Assessments
    Wildlife Habitat Assessments
    Scenic Resource Inventories
  • Economic/Social/Environmental/Energy Analysis (ESEE)
  • Conservation Plans and Programs
  • Environmental Code and Policy Development
  • Conservation Strategies and Incentives
  • Natural Resource Management Plans
  • Wetland Determination
  • Wetland Delineation
  • Wetland Mitigation and Restoration Planning
  • Sensitive Species Documentation
  • Watershed Planning and Restoration
  • Tree Inventories
  • Programmatic Tree Plans
  • Resource Agency Coordination and Consultation
  • Compliance Monitoring and Reporting
  • Natural Hazard Planning (Goal 7)
Growth Management

After assessing community needs, Winterbrook has worked effectively with local governments to prepare long-range comprehensive plans and plan amendments, specific area plans, public facility plans, community resource management plans, and land use regulation amendments that maximize policy objectives while meeting the rigorous requirements of Oregon’s Statewide Planning Program.

  • Analyze Urban Growth Boundaries
  • Amend Urban Growth Boundaries
  • Expand Urban Growth Boundaries
  • Development Code Updates
  • Comprehensive Plans

  • Project Management
  • Campus Planning
  • Government and Community Relations
  • Community involvement
  • Contract Planning
  • GIS
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Site Research and Analysis

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