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 House Bill 2001, the public engagement process, what’s included in the draft code, and how to get involved in the public hearings process. Afterwards, there will be time for questions. This session will be held twice over Zoom and both sessions will include the same presentation. The presentation and both Q&A opportunities will be recorded for those who can’t join us live. Meeting information is below.

Session 1: Tuesday October 19, 2021 7:00 – 8:30pm
Zoom link: https://eugene-or-gov.zoom.us/j/81848116549
Meeting ID: 818 4811 6549
Passcode: Triplex3
Phone-In: +1 971 247 1195 US (Portland)

Session 2: Thursday October 21, 2021 4:00 – 5:30pm
Zoom link: https://eugene-or-gov.zoom.us/j/85806239620
Meeting ID: 858 0623 9620
Passcode: Quadplex4
Phone-In: +1 971 247 1195 US (Portland)

For more information, visit the project webpageEngage EugeneFacebook, and Instagram. To receive formal mailed notice or informal email project updates, sign-up for the new Interested Parties List. The project team has set up an email address for public comments about the middle housing project. Community members can send their comments to middlehousingtestimony@eugene-or.gov and staff will compile the public testimony for sharing with the Planning Commission and City Council at their respective points in the process.

If you have any questions about the information sessions or the project, please reach out. We hope to see you there!

Sophie McGinley (she/her/hers)
Assistant Planner
City of Eugene | Planning Division

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