Category Archives: Urban Planning

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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Thank You Lane County Budget Committee, and SCCO Board

Thanks are in order to Lane County Commissioner Pat Farr for championing the County’s funding of the River Road and Santa Clara Neighborhood Association’s gap in City Funding of our outreach budgets for Fiscal Year 2021-2022.  Thanks are also in … Continue reading

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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

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New Microsite to Shelter People at Peace Presbyterian Church

SquareOne Villages (SOV), a local nonprofit organization, will operate and manage the site. If you have general questions or concerns about this program, please contact Regan Watjus in the City Manager’s Office at RWatjus@eugene-or.gov or 541-682-8442.If you have specific operational concerns or … Continue reading

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