By 2020, Clackamas County will have and maintain a 20-year supply of serviceable non-retail employment lands, including lots of 25 acres or more.

Where We Are Now

Analysis
Why This Is Important

Businesses make expansion and relocation plans in rapid fashion once that business decision has been made. Without a ready supply of developable employment land in inventory, market opportunities will be lost as businesses will locate or expand where supply is available. The nine-month window describes a reasonable time to consider land as ready for development.

How Much Does the County Influence This?

Moderately. Clackamas County has jurisdictional oversight over unincorporated employment land and builds collaborative partnerships with cities in the county. However, supply is also dependent on property owners willing to transact.

Status Color Legend: On Target | Monitoring for Improvement | Below Plan | Data Pending