The Vacant Land dataset represents the foundation for measuring buildable lands and analyzing carrying capacity within the City. Vacant tax lots are those that have no buildings, improvements or identifiable land use (appearing from aerial photography). Lots under site development are only considered developed if a structure is evident.
Taxlots depicted as constrained lands in this map may have potential political, environmental, or geologic concerns.
Constrained Vacant lands include:
1996 flood inundation area
FEMA 100-year floodplain
Slopes 25% and greater
Wetlands with a 50 foot buffer
Publicly-Owned Tax Lots
City of Oregon City, Oregon City Urban Renewal Agency, Clackamas County, Schools and Colleges, Metro and Metro Service District
Rights-of-Way and Common Areas
Power and Gas Lines with a 15-foot buffer
Building footprints within vacant lands
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