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Alignment Project Open House 

The City of Bend will have group presentations and answer questions regarding the proposed map realignments

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On July 12, the City of Bend will host a Map Alignment Project open house at the Bend Park and Recreation District Community Room from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.

During the open house, City staff will answer questions related to the City's proposal to align the zoning map and the Comprehensive Plan map to provide clarity and transparency to the community about what developments are allowed and where; to make housing and development permitting more streamlined for affected properties and remove development barriers to reduce risk, costs and timelines.

Small group presentations providing an overview of the project will start at 5:45 pm, and then every 30 minutes until 7:15 pm.

The meeting's location is 799 SW Columbia St.

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