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(1) Industrial Site Portfolio Attainment. The area subject to the /CL Clear Lake Overlay Zone is included in the urban growth boundary for the purpose of meeting Eugene’s long-term need for a specific number of large industrial sites in specific size ranges. This need, referred to as the “Large Lot Portfolio” in the Envision Eugene Comprehensive Plan, is identified in Table 9.4170(1) Clear Lake Area: Large Lot Portfolio – Lot Size Ranges, below. The lot standards in this section are intended to preserve the ability of this area to meet the portfolio of needed sites identified in Figure 9.4170 Clear Lake Area – Large Lot Portfolio.

Table 9.4170(1) Clear Lake Area: Large Lot Portfolio – Lot Size Ranges

Large Lot Category

(See Figure 9.4170)

Lot Size Range (Acres)

A

10 to 19

B

20 to 49

C

50 to 74

D

75 or greater

(2) Tax lots in existence as of January 1, 2017 that are less than 10 acres in size and do not meet an identified portfolio need (identified in Figure 9.4170 as “S-#”) are not subject to additional lot size requirements that apply to other tax lots as identified below.

(3) Tax lots in existence as of January 1, 2017 that meet an identified portfolio need (identified in Figure 9.4170 as A, B, C, or D) are prohibited from land division (partitions or subdivisions) with the exception of the tax lot shown as C-2/A-1, which is divided by a utility tax lot (S-4), and may partition only along those existing tax lot lines. Portfolio tax lots (A, B, C, or D) may pursue a property line adjustment (EC 9.8400), so long as the property line adjustment does not reduce either tax lot below its needed portfolio acreage (identified in Table 9.4170) of contiguous unconstrained land or result in an adjusted lot reduced to less than 10 acres in size. Unconstrained land is defined as land that is free from: slopes in excess of 5%, the Special Flood Hazard Area (i.e. FEMA mapped 100-year floodplain), Goal 5 protected areas, wetlands without a fill permit, or overlay zones that prohibit development such as the /WQ Water Quality Overlay Zone.

(4) Tax lots in existence as of January 1, 2017 that are not expected to contribute to the large lot portfolio need due to existing natural constraints and future transportation corridors (identified in Figure 9.4170 as *) may pursue property line adjustments (EC 9.8400) so long as the adjusted lots are no less than 10 acres in size.

(5) Tax lots in existence as of January 1, 2017 bisected by future street extensions will be eligible to pursue a partition along the right of way when right of way is established, provided that the partition does not result in any new lot of less than 10 acres in size.

(Section 9.4170 added by Ordinance No.20584, enacted July 17, 2017, effective August 24, 2017.)