Equine-assisted activities, to include a new covered area – 48 feet X 60 feet with an additional 15-foot X 48-foot lean-to. Activities center around equine-assisted learning, small workshops and equine-assisted therapy. Majority of activities will involve one therapist, one equine specialist and one participant. Hours typically between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. with occasional evenings.
Planning and Zoning
Commercial activity in conjunction with farm use: process hemp biomass, drying and storage using two existing 50-foot X 120-foot buildings.
The applicant has appealed the Planning Director Denial of a land use application to operate a Public Park and Playground on several parcels and for the development of new recreation trails, a parking lot, and supporting amenities.
Hosting events: wedding, parties, etc. A maximum of 14 events per year, June through September, maximum 100 guests per event. Events held outside along with possible use of existing 40-foot x 60-foot building. Portable restrooms. Two employees (residents of property.)
Commercial activity in conjunction with farm use: craft distillery in 3,487-square-foot renovated barn. Maximum number of employees listed as 2, when in operation. Private meetings once a month with 10-12 people.
Continued to allow applicant to provide additional information on noise study and number of proposed events. Proposal for home occupation to host events such as weddings, office gatherings, etc. Events are expected on weekends June – September, with a maximum of 15 events per year and up to 120 people per event.
Expand existing ski/snowboard/skate camp on 27.6 acres from currently approved up to 100 attendees, to up to 250. Other proposed modifications include providing public access, existing indoor skate and trampoline facility, and mountain biking trails, potential chairlift to top of Wildcat Mountain and zip-lines.
Public invited to comment on proposed long-range planning projects for Clackamas County at April 8 Planning Commission meeting
Every year, the Clackamas County Planning & Zoning Division solicits ideas from the public on long-range transportation and land use projects for staff to focus on in the upcoming year. Ideas for the 2019-20 fiscal year were solicited in late 2018 and have been compiled by staff.
A new zoning ordinance going into effect in Clackamas County on March 1 limits the number of marijuana production premises permitted on a tract of land in three specific zoning districts.
Appeal of Planning Director decision Z0561-18-PDR denying proposal to place solar panels on roof of historic landmark home (Isabelle Rupert House)