Comprehensive Plan

1

The Medford Comprehensive Plan is an extensive document that states the City's adopted goals and policies regarding land use. These goals and policies establish a framework upon which to base decisions and actions related to the use of land. It is also a rich source of background information about the City of Medford including inventories, identified issues and alternatives, and discussions of alternative policies.

The City is required by the State of Oregon to designate sufficient types and amounts of land to accommodate the need for further urban development, taking into account local growth policies, the forecasted future population, open space needs, and carrying capacity.  

The Plan is divided into elements which are downloadable separately below. The Comprehensive Plan also incorporates by reference several otherwise independent plans, such as the Transportation System Plan, that are available in the Document Center.

Table of Contents

Citizen Involvement

Review and Amendment Procedures

Environmental Element 

Population Element 

Economic Element

Economic Opportunities Analysis

Housing Element

Buildable Lands Inventory

Buildable Lands Inventory Maps are located in the Map Gallery

Public Facilities Element

General Land Use Plan Element

The General Land Use Plan Map is located in the Map Gallery


Neighborhood Element comprised of:

Bear Creek Master Plan

Southeast Plan

Southeast Circulation Plan

Southeast Commercial Center Core Area Master Plan

Southeast Plan Maps are located in the Map Gallery

Transportation System Plan Element 

Urbanization Element

Regional Plan Element

Conclusions, Goals, Policies and Implementation Strategies

List of Updates to the Comprehensive Plan

Additional Department Information

Planning Department Contacts

200 South Ivy Street, Lausmann Annex, Room 240
Medford, Oregon 97501
Phone: 541-774-2380
Fax: 541-618-1708
Email:
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

© 2017 City Of Medford  •  Site By Project A

Quicklinks

Select Language

Share This Page

Back to Top