Category Archives: Land Use Planning

Eugene Planning Commission Vacancy Open – Apply by Jan 31

To apply visit tinyurl.com/ApplyEugPC Recruitment has opened for a position on the Eugene Planning Commission. We are seeking residents living within Eugene’s urban growth boundary who are interested in helping plan for our community’s future. Participation on the Planning Commission … Continue reading

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SCCO meeting Thursday, Nov 4 – Topic: proposed multi-use path from Admiral to Hunsaker

Thursday, November 47:00 PMZoom In response to the concerns we have received about the proposed multi-use path connecting Admiral St. to Hunsaker, our November meeting will feature a presentation from Reed Dunbar, City of Eugene transportation. He will share where … Continue reading

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Middle Housing Information and Q&A Sessions October 19th and 21st

From the city of Eugene: The Middle Housing Public Hearings process is about to begin! Join us for an opportunity to hear about Middle Housing project and changes coming to the Land Use Code. Staff will review the requirements of … Continue reading

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Eugene seeking input for Ward boundary changes

Every ten years, the Eugene City Council examines the population of City Council wards, based on the results from the U.S. Census. The City has developed two scenarios and would like your input. Note that Santa Clara is currently split … Continue reading

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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

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