Analysis shows land deficiency, price disparity for housing growth

During the Land Needs Analysis meeting Friday, Sept. 28, preliminary results found by the City of Creswell and ECONorthwest show that Creswell does not have enough land to accommodate expected housing growth in future years, and there is concern for affordable housing. It has been suggested that Creswell evaluates its land use efficiency measures and consider an urban growth boundary (UGB) expansion.
The analysis of the housing needs for the Creswell community will, ”Provide a basis for an update to the city's Comprehensive Plan Housing Element, as well as . . .

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