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Oregon Senate Bills 100 and 101 (SB 100 and SB 101) were pieces of landmark legislation passed in 1973. It created a framework for land use planning across the state, requiring every city and county to develop a comprehensive plan for land use.

SB 100 expanded on Senate Bill 10 (SB 10) of 1969. It Oregon Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC), which expanded on the statewide planning goals of SB 10.[1] It also established the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.

By 1976, the planning goals numbered 19:[2][3][4][5][6][7]

  1. Citizen Involvement
  2. Land Use Planning
  3. Agricultural Land
  4. Forest Lands
  5. Open Spaces, Scenic and Historic Areas, and Natural Resources
  6. Air, Water, and Land Resources Quality
  7. Areas Subject to Natural Disaster and Hazards
  8. Recreational Needs
  9. Economy of the State
  10. Housing
  11. Public Facilities and Services
  12. Transportation
  13. Energy Conservation
  14. Urbanization
  15. Willamette River Greenway
  16. Estuarine Resources
  17. Coastal Shorelands
  18. Beaches and Dunes
  19. Ocean Resources

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