Will the County act as the developer?

No. Linn County will issue requests for proposals to developers, and will select a developer (or developers) based on their proposals, or bids, to develop the property in accordance with the Dows Farm Agri-Community guidelines. The design of the buildings, the interspersing of open space within the development, and the relationships between the uses will be carefully governed as part of the development requirements.

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1. What is an Agri-Community?
2. Why did the County buy this land?
3. How much of the site will be protected?
4. Could this property be developed if the County wasn't creating an agri-community?
5. How does the density of the Dows Farm Agri-Community compare to the density if the property is developed as a conventional subdivision?
6. Has a traffic study been completed for this project?
7. Will the County act as the developer?
8. How long will it take for the Dows Farm Agri-Community to be completed?
9. Whom should I contact if I have questions or would like to learn more?