The Deschutes County Community Development Department (CDD) has drafted its Annual Report and Work Plan for fiscal year 2015-16.
CDD’s mission is to facilitate orderly growth and development in the Deschutes County community through coordinated programs of Land Use Planning, Environmental Soils, Building Safety, Code Enforcement, education and service to the public.
The annual report and work plan summarizes achievements over the past year and outlines anticipated projects and goals in each of CDD’s four divisions for the next fiscal year.
The document is available for public review on CDD’s website at www.deschutes.org/cdd.
“The work plan focuses on implementing the Board of County Commissioners’ 2015-16 annual goals and objectives, which include projects such as coordinating with Bend and Redmond on successful UGB amendments, to protect groundwater in southern Deschutes County, and to initiate amendments to County Code to regulate recreational marijuana,” said CDD Director Nick Lelack in the news release.
A public hearing and board consideration of approval will be held June 10 at 10 a.m. in the Barnes/Sawyer Rooms at the Deschutes Services Center, 1300 NW Wall Street, in Bend.
The public is encouraged to attend the hearing and provide input in this important document. Feedback about the proposed plan may also be submitted by sending comments to CDD Director Nick Lelack at Nick.Lelack@deschutes.org .
For more information, contact 541-317-3193.