About the Project
This project will develop an Area Plan for the Three Mile Lane corridor in McMinnville, Oregon. The project will update the 1981 Three Mile Lane Overlay District (amended in 1994) and the 1996 Highway 18 Corridor Refinement Plan. The area contains approximately 1,340 acres of land with a variety of existing land uses and several large vacant parcels.
The plan will integrate land uses and a multi-modal transportation system that serves both local and state transportation needs and provides active connectivity within the plan area as well as to the City’s downtown core.
This project is partially funded by a grant from the Transportation and Growth Management (“TGM”) Program, a joint program of the Oregon Department of Transportation and the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development. This TGM grant is financed, in part, by federal Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (“FAST-Act”), local government, and State of Oregon funds. The contents of this site do not necessarily reflect views or policies of the State of Oregon.
About the Three Mile Lane Plan Area
The Three Mile Lane corridor includes a mix of uses such as high-density residential subdivisions, a community college campus, hospital, roadside commercial, regional tourism commercial, industrial, office campus, and an airport.
Andrew Mortensen, David Evans & Associates
Matthew Hartnett, David Evans & Associates
Darci Rudzinski, Angelo Planning Group
Andrew Parish, Angelo Planning Group
Kate Rogers, Angelo Planning Group
Ken Pirie, Walker Macy
Morgan Maiolie, Walker Macy
Chris Zahas, Leland Consulting Group
Sam Brookham, Leland Consulting Group
Project Management Team
Heather Richards, City of McMinnville
Jamie Fleckenstein, City of McMinnville
Michael Duncan, ODOT