The Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD) is a small state agency with a broad mission. With about 55 permanent staff, the department is responsible for making Oregon’s statewide land use program work for communities in all parts of the state. DLCD does this through partnerships with cities and counties, state development agencies (Transportation and Business Oregon) and natural resource agencies (Agriculture, Forestry, Water Resources, State Lands, Environmental Quality and Fish and Wildlife) as well as citizens. The department is guided in policy development by the Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC) whose members are appointed by the governor. In addition, the Director’s Office provides overall management and policy direction.
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Mailing Address: 635 Capitol St. NE, Suite 150, Salem 97301-2540
Contact: Jim Rue, Director
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The following are selected abbreviated listings from the holdings of the Oregon State Archives. Additional records may be available. These records may be viewed free of charge at the State Archives Building in Salem. Copies are available for a fee. Take the Web tour
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Title: Meeting Notebooks
Dates: 10/73 - 12/84
Cubic Ft.: 48
Cubic Ft.: .1
Title: The Oregon Estuary Plan Book