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Bend  UGB  Survey  Guide  
Sept.  24  –  Oct.  14,  2014  
www.bendoregon.gov/bendugb  

 
Press  “Click  to  begin”  
 

 

 
 
Although  all  of  these  community  outcomes  are  very  important  to  us,  we  think  these  five  yield  the  
most  realistic  results  in  the  Scenarios  section  of  the  survey.  
 
   
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Sample  Comment:  I  gave  Scenario  1.2  three  stars  because  it  includes  balanced  growth  around  
Bend,  especially  in  the  Northeast  area,  and  mixed-­‐use  development.  Scenario  1.2  should  be  
amended  so  there  is  less  expansion  in  the  West  area  of  Bend  in  order  to  protect  wildlife  habitat,  
prevent  wildfire  risk,  and  encourage  affordable  housing.  
 

 
 
Sample  Comment:  Scenario  2.1  is  the  best  because  of  its  focus  on  creating  complete  communities,  
which  reduces  infrastructure  costs  and  helps  create  a  balanced  transportation  system.  I  would  
include  less  land  in  the  west  area  and  more  in  the  NE  area  in  order  to  protect  wildlife  habitat,  
prevent  wildfire  risk,  and  encourage  affordable  housing.  
   
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Sample  Comment:  I  gave  Scenario  3.1  one  star  because  is  unacceptable  to  develop  in  the  Shevlin  
Area.  Shevlin  Park  is  a  favorite  for  Bend  residents  and  wildlife  alike,  and  intensive  development  
in  this  area  will  put  further  strain  on  transportation  systems  on  the  Central  Westside.  
 

 
 
Sample  Comment  SAM  1:  We  absolutely  cannot  develop  the  Shevlin  Area.  This  plan  rates  terribly  
for  all  of  my  priorities:  natural  environment,  balanced  transportation,  infrastructure,  and  
complete  communities.  It  does  well  on  housing  options,  but  I  do  not  believe  that  intense  
development  of  the  Shevlin  Area  will  yield  housing  that  is  affordable  for  people  like  me.  
   
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Sample  Comment  SAM  2:  This  does  not  present  a  balanced  approach  to  growth  in  Bend.  It  makes  
sense  to  develop  along  highway  routes,  but  lands  in  Gopher  Gulch  that  are  adjacent  to  the  planned  
Riley  Ranch  nature  preserve  should  be  excluded  from  the  UGB  expansion.  
 

 
 
Sample  Comment  SAM  3:  This  does  not  present  a  balanced  approach  to  growth  in  Bend.  Building  
3,000  housing  units  West  of  Bend  will  create  huge  traffic  jams  in  the  inner  westside  
neighborhoods.  The  affordable  housing  crisis  will  only  get  worse  if  we  focus  all  of  our  
development  in  areas  that  have  the  highest  land  values.    
 
 
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Say  yes  to  the  long-­‐term  strategies  proposed  in  this  section  to  prevent  urban  sprawl!  
 

 
Fill  out  the  final  questions  (optional),  then  press  “Submit  Final  Questions”  
 
 

 

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