The City Planning Commission, except as otherwise instructed by Scio City Council, recommends and make suggestions to the council and other public authorities plans for regulating the future growth, development and beautification of the city in respect to its public and private buildings and works, streets, parks, grounds, and vacant lots, and plans consistent with future growth and development of the city. ORS 227.090The Scio Planning Commission is a seven member committee appointed by the Scio City Council, to make land use decisions on Zoning and Land Use applications for property within the City of Scio. They are responsible for maintaining the Scio Comprehensive Plan and developing other specific plans and ordinances to implement the comprehensive plan policies.The Scio Planning Commission was first established in 1967. At least four of the members must reside in the city limits and the remaining members may live no farther than 3 miles from the city limits.The Planning Commission is currently working to complete the update of the 1980 Comprehensive Plan. The Scio Comprehensive Plan has been updated through a series of plan amendments. Part 1, approved by the Scio City Council on April 13, 2015, covered updates to Chapters 1-6. Part 2, approved by the Scio City Council on March 14, 2016, covered updates to Chapters 8-10, 13 & 14. Part 3, approved by the Scio City Council on April 10, 2017, and covered Chapter 11, Public Facilities. The final final update will include a chapter on Transportation. Once this is completed, it will be forwarded to the State of Oregon Land Conservation and Development Commission and Department of Land Conservation and Development for Plan Review and Acknowledgement. The Comprehensive Plan as currently updated may be found in the links to the left.
City of Scio
Last Wednesday of the Month 7:00 pm @ Scio City Hall, 38957 NW 1st Avenue, Scio•October 24, 2018 **Note change from normal schedule•November 28, 2018•NO December Meeting