The South Willamette Special Area Zone project was, in part, a pilot to determine how we would be able to fit more housing near our Key Transit Corridors to allow us to meet our housing need without substantially expanding our Urban Growth Boundary. With the collapse of the South Willamette process, we still need to determine how we are going to meet the housing needs within the Urban Growth Boundary. New recommendations from staff for alternatives have been proposed, and will be discussed with City Council at work session on July 20th at noon. Options include increasing the minimum density on existing medium density residential land, and preventing or limiting the ability to build single family homes on that land. Do these proposal meet the goals of creating more missing middle type housing in walkable neighborhoods or areas with access to transit?