Coffee Creek Master Plan

Background



In 2014, the Wilsonville City Council adopted the Wilsonville Urban Renewal Strategic Plan. The Strategic Plan was developed with input from an Urban Renewal Task Force, including representatives of affected taxing districts, community and business leaders of Wilsonville. The Task Force reviewed the status of each of the City’s existing urban renewal plans and made recommendations on the future uses of urban renewal. One of the Task Force recommendations in the Wilsonville Urban Renewal Strategic Plan is to create a new urban renewal area to help fund economic development efforts in Coffee Creek. In November of 2015, residents of Wilsonville voted to support the creation of a new urban renewal area in Coffee Creek. 

Coffee Creek Urban Renewal Plan Approval



In April 2016, the City held an Open House where the public was invited to review and discuss the proposed Coffee Creek Urban Renewal Plan.  That same evening following the Open House, the public was invited to attend the Urban Renewal Task Force Meeting.  The proposed Coffee Creek Urban Renewal was heard before the Planning Commission in July 2016 and then went to City Council where it was approved in October 2016. 

Coffee Creek Urban Renewal Plan 2016 & Ordinance 796


History



The Coffee Creek planning effort was conducted to create a detailed transportation and land use plan for the area located near northwest Wilsonville in unincorporated Washington and Clackamas Counties. A master plan was adopted October 15, 2007.

Infrastructure Report & Master Plan


In 2010, the city's Community Development Department received a grant from DLCD to conduct a detailed infrastructure study for the Coffee Creek Industrial Area. The final report was presented to City Council on June 6, 2011. A marketing brochure was prepared shortly afterward.

Project Funding


The City of Wilsonville Coffee Creek Master Plan was partially funded by a grant for the Transportation and Growth Management (TGM) Program, a joint program of the Oregon Department of Transportation, and the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.