Smith Creek is an approximately 140-acre project located in Woodburn, Oregon. Our development begins with the annexation of (4) properties southwest of Woodburn. These parcels are currently within the Urban Growth Boundary and designated for residential development in the Comprehensive Plan. Ample common areas and open space to serve the new development and public with enhanced amenities will be provided to create an excellent addition to the community. The location of the development will extend planned streets and services to additional properties in the UGB boundary to the west and south, facilitating future growth and expansion of the City as envisioned in the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
We plan on developing approx. 694 residential lots, plus 105 multi-family units as Single Family Detached, Row House Alley, and Multi-Family units. The architectural theme of the proposed development could be referred to as 'American Cottage' style.
Properties 1, 2, & 3 have frontage on either Stubb Road or Parr Road. A fourth relatively medium sized property is located at the western terminus of Ben Brown Lane on the north side of the street. The Smith Creek project will be annexed and rezoned appropriately. Following a series of property line adjustments and a partition, the parcels and properties will be divided into (10) phases to be developed over the next five to eight years; creating six different housing and lot types plus a multi-family lot.
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◊ This project is in pre-submittal review stage.
Civil engineering by Emerio Design
Woodburn is located in the northern end of the Willamette Valley between Portland and Salem. Schools include Heritage Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, Nellie Muir Elementary, Washington Elementary, French Prairie Middle, Valor Middle, Woodburn Arts & Communication, Success Alternative High, Academy International, Wellness Business, Woodburn Academy of Art Science & Technology, plus many great private and charter schools.
Community services include the Public Library, Aquatic Center, Recreation Programs, Transit System and the Woodburn Museum. Residents enjoy 17 public parks, comprising more than 110 acres of parks, trails, natural areas, and special use sites. Woodburn's parks offer a wide variety of amenities, including sport fields, picnic shelters, playgrounds, trails, and a dog park.
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