Welcome to the Planning Division for the City of Wilsonville.
Wilsonville is a community that has grown from 1,000 residents in 1969 to today’s vital city with over 21,000 residents and a regionally significant employment base. The city you experience today is the result of a combination of deliberate community planning, bold private sector investments, and community leader who seized unique opportunities. Learn more about Wilsonville’s planning story on the "Creating Community" page.
Our division works as a team with other departments in this growing city by guiding the built and natural environments to maintain the quality of life for all residents and promote a robust economy. We work with the City Council, Planning Commission, the Development Review Board, the private and nonprofit sectors, and government partners to both ensure new development that helps the city achieve Wilsonville’s vision, and also to determine the vision for the next 20 years. We hope you find the information on these pages useful, and if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.
What We Do
The Planning Division staff balance projects that fall into five distinct categories:
Long-range planning projects - planning for how the community will evolve, grow, and get better over time. Often these projects fulfill the City’s responsibility to coordinate with state and regional planning policies. Learn about planning projects on the Projects page.
Community Development - supporting the Community Development, Parks, and other departments to develop and implement projects of community and regional significance.
Code Enforcement - protecting community health, welfare and quality of life, while protecting individual property rights. Enforcement action is typically initiated by citizen complaints and are investigated by appropriate City staff. Learn more on the Code Enforcement page.
Last updated: 10/18/2013 10:07:20 AM