Category Archives: RR-SC Neighborhood Plan

State of Oregon is looking for Citizen Advisors for Land Conservation & Development Committee

Staff and members of the Citizen Involvement Advisory Committee(CIAC) are hosting a meeting to provide information for community members to learn  more about CIAC and the work of the coming year. Find preliminary information about the committee here. Please join … Continue reading

Posted in Environment-Recycling, Government, Land Use Planning | Leave a comment

Safe Streets for All Interactive Workshop Part Two

From the Safe Routes to School Program We decided to postpone the Safe Streets Audit event. Here is the updated invitation from AARP, BEST and Safe Routes to School to your neighbors. Thank you! Safe Streets for All Interactive Workshop … Continue reading

Posted in Public Safety, Transportation | 1 Comment

Congressman Peter DeFazio on Transportation Electrification – March 8

Meeting: Congressman Peter DeFazio on Transportation ElectrificationMonday, March 85 PMTo get the zoom link for this free event, email: contact@eveva.org. Our Congressman, Peter DeFazio, Chairman of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the US House of Representatives, will present an overview of … Continue reading

Posted in Environment-Recycling, Transportation | Leave a comment

Urban camping Guidelines during Covid Pandemic

From the city of Eugene: City of Eugene adjusts urban camping response (2-22-21) In order to support community health during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Eugene has temporarily adjusted its enforcement process around prohibited camping in order to help people … Continue reading

Posted in Homeless & Rest Stops, Parks and Natural Resources | Leave a comment

Take the Middle Housing Survey

Eighty percent of residential zoning in Eugene is designated for single-family homes, yet young adults, smaller families, and the growing population of elderly need housing options that increase access to public transportation and services, reduce maintenance costs and provide more … Continue reading

Posted in Government, Homeless & Rest Stops, Land Use Planning, Urban Planning | Leave a comment