The Albany Development Code governs how land is developed and used in Albany. The code addresses how and where different types of uses are allowed, what development should look like, and how development may affect neighboring properties. It affects every property in the city of Albany. Much of the code was written many years ago and has been modified over time as Albany has changed. The resulting code is complicated and can be confusing.
The City did an audit of the Development Code in 2017. The audit included interviews with the development community, the Planning Commission, and the City Council, and resulted in a list of priority projects to update the code that were approved for funding beginning in July 2018.
The City has partnered with Angelo Planning Group, Portland, to complete this effort.
September 2018 - June 2019
July 2019 - June 2020
July 2020 - June 2021
|Review proposed Phase I & II code amendments|
When complete, the updated code should:
ADC Amendments Task Force
The ADC Amendments Task Force is guiding the update project. The task force is made up of Albany residents as well as individuals who work in land use, building design and construction, and land development. The task force will make code amendment recommendations to the Planning Commission and, ultimately, the City Council. Task force meetings are open to the public.
To learn more about the task force, view meeting materials, or listen to audio recordings of meetings, click:
Online Open House
You can follow along with the task force as they consider different development issues. We’ll update the page as the project progresses and provide opportunities for your input through online surveys.
Would you like to be notified when updates are made, surveys are available, or other opportunities to be involved?
If you have further questions about this project, please contact: