The Thimble Creek Concept Plan (formerly known as the Beavercreek Road Concept Plan) is a guide to the creation of a complete and sustainable community in southeast Oregon City. Most of the 453-acre site along Beavercreek Road was added to the regional urban growth boundary by Metro in 2002 and 2004. The plan envisions a diverse mix of uses (an employment campus north of Loder Road, mixed-use districts along Beavercreek Road, and two mixed-use neighborhoods) all woven together by open space, trails, a network of green streets, and sustainable development practices. Transit-oriented land uses have been strategically located to increase the feasibility of transit services in the future. The plan has been carefully crafted to create a multi-use community that has synergistic relationships with Clackamas Community College, Oregon City High School, and adjacent neighborhoods.