(1) A local government may identify land inside an urban growth boundary for which
the local government intends to provide urban services within the next five to seven
years. The local government may evidence its intent by adopting a capital improvement plan
reasonably designed to provide the urban services.
(2) A local government that identifies an area for planned urban services and adopts
a capital improvement plan may zone the area for urban uses. A city that identifies land that is outside the city's boundary but inside the urban
growth boundary shall coordinate with the appropriate county to zone the area for
(3)(a) Land in an area zoned for urban uses under this section shall not be subject
to additional taxes under ORS 308A.700 to 308A.733 if the land ceases to be used for farm use within the five years following the date
the area is zoned for urban uses.
(b) A lot or parcel in an area zoned for urban use under subsection (2) of this section
shall not be assessed at its value for farm use under ORS 308A.050 to 308A.128 unless the lot or parcel was receiving the farm use assessment at the time the area
was zoned for urban uses.
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