Pleasant Valley North Carver Comprehensive Plan

All open houses and public meetings for the PVNC comp plan have been put on hold until further notice. The project timeline will be significantly pushed out due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please continue to visit this page and read the Happy Valley Facebook Page and Newspaper to remain up to date.

Welcome to the Pleasant Valley/North Carver Comprehensive Plan web site.

This is an exciting time for the area, as this plan will allow the expansion of quality public services, such as police, schools, and parks, as well as offer community members a voice in the planning process. The plan will build off the efforts of the adjacent (to the west) East Happy Valley Comprehensive Plan, adopted in 2009, and provide direction for the City’s overall Comprehensive Plan.

The City of Happy Valley is embarking on a land use and transportation plan that will guide the future of the Pleasant Valley/North Carver (PV/NC) area.


Community Provides Vision for the Pleasant Valley/North Carver Comprehensive Plan

The PV/NC Comprehensive Plan process is underway. The City formed a Community Advisory Committee (CAC) and the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to help develop the plan and assist with community outreach. Seven CAC meetings have occurred since October 2018, with three more planned. Read more about the CAC at www.happyvalleyor.gov/pv-nc-cac/. For information on the planning work done to date, please see the Helpful Links section.

In addition to the CAC, community members will have plenty of opportunities to hear about area land use and transportation plans, and to provide input on how police, schools, parks and public services should be provided. Two community workshops were held in spring 2019, with over 130 participants. Please attend one of the three remaining Community Advisory Committee Meetings this winter to learn more about the Comprehensive Plan and weigh in (see Events section for meeting details). Two open house events are also planned for spring 2020 to gain feedback from residents. Your input will help develop the community vision for the Comprehensive Plan.


Michael D. Walter, AICP

Economic & Community Development Director
(503) 783-3839

Joseph Briglio

Planning Manager
(503) 783-3845

Michael Cynkar

Senior Planner
(503) 783-3821

Chris Alfino

Senior Planner
(503) 783-3810

Cheryl Whitehead

Planning Assistant
(503) 783-3812

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