Angelo Planning Group (APG), with offices located in the historic Pittock Block building in downtown Portland, Oregon, is a leader in the urban and community planning field. Our services include Comprehensive Planning, Concept and Master Planning, Transportation Planning, Public Facility Planning, Environmental Planning, Development Code updates and Development Services.
APG is widely recognized for its strong technical planning expertise and ability to balance project objectives and community needs to achieve successful, consensus-based solutions. APG’s staff of eleven professional planners offers well over 100 years of combined experience working with complex land use and transportation issues in the Pacific Northwest. The firm’s success comes from an in-depth knowledge of federal, state, and local policies and procedures, as well as a collaborative and responsive approach to working with our clients and community stakeholders. We are proud of our outstanding record of efficient, responsive service to our clients.
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APG has been working with the City of Bend and numerous stakeholders and advisory committees for over two years to evaluate, and ultimately expand, the City’s urban growth boundary. We are pleased to have supported the City in creating a plan that provides needed land for housing and jobs, promotes complete communities and efficient development, supports cost-effective infrastructure investments, and respects the remarkable natural areas surrounding Bend. The boundary expansion – along with supporting updates to the City’s Comprehensive Plan, Development Code, Housing Needs Analysis, Economic Opportunities Analysis, Transportation System Plan, and other documents – was approved by the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development on November 14, 2016, just five weeks after submittal to the state, and no appeals were filed. Read more.
Bicycle-related activities contribute a growing share of total travel expenditures in rural regions in Oregon. From overnight trips to organized bicycle tours, bicycle tourism accounted for over $400 million in 2012, representing 4.4 percent of the direct travel spending in the state. Learn how a holistic approach to bicycle tourism can lead to success in your community in the latest edition of the Western Planner.