Suzanne Arlie Park

On Monday, December 9, staff will present the new Suzanne Arlie Park Master Plan proposal. Join us for a discussion about what's in the plan, how we got here and next steps. Staff will be answering any questions you have! If you cannot join us, please weigh in on the survey below.

Download the full-resolution draft master plan diagram (4MB file).

Download the entire draft master plan document (36MB file).

A great deal of the planning work, including public surveys and feedback, was completed several years ago and then put on hold while the overall Park & Recreation System Plan was completed. Since that time additional planning work has been completed including further habitat inventory and assessment, extensive site mapping, analysis and evaluation as well as on-the-ground site work such as habitat improvements and access control.

Site Tours

Saturday, February 20 and Saturday, May 30 at 1:30 p.m.

Join Eugene Rec and Parks and Open Space resource planning staff on a free, guided walking tour. See the wildfire fuels reduction and habitat restoration work that has been done and take a walk along a portion of the route proposed for the eastward expansion of the Ridgeline Trail network.

Space is limited, please RSVP in advance by emailing Kate Tromp van Holst or calling 541-682-4909

On Monday, December 9, staff will present the new Suzanne Arlie Park Master Plan proposal. Join us for a discussion about what's in the plan, how we got here and next steps. Staff will be answering any questions you have! If you cannot join us, please weigh in on the survey below.

Download the full-resolution draft master plan diagram (4MB file).

Download the entire draft master plan document (36MB file).

A great deal of the planning work, including public surveys and feedback, was completed several years ago and then put on hold while the overall Park & Recreation System Plan was completed. Since that time additional planning work has been completed including further habitat inventory and assessment, extensive site mapping, analysis and evaluation as well as on-the-ground site work such as habitat improvements and access control.

Site Tours

Saturday, February 20 and Saturday, May 30 at 1:30 p.m.

Join Eugene Rec and Parks and Open Space resource planning staff on a free, guided walking tour. See the wildfire fuels reduction and habitat restoration work that has been done and take a walk along a portion of the route proposed for the eastward expansion of the Ridgeline Trail network.

Space is limited, please RSVP in advance by emailing Kate Tromp van Holst or calling 541-682-4909

  • A Vision for Suzanne Arlie Park

    Suzanne Arlie Park will serve as an oasis for people and wildlife alike, providing opportunities for visitors to refresh their minds, bodies, and spirits in proximity to the urban environment. The rich mosaic of regionally significant habitats will be conserved, restored, and managed to benefit an array of native plant and animal species while the park accommodates a network of interconnected trails and functions as a major community hub for compatible nature-based recreation and outdoor education. Please take the time to answer this survey, so we can better understand how

    A Vision for Suzanne Arlie Park

    Suzanne Arlie Park will serve as an oasis for people and wildlife alike, providing opportunities for visitors to refresh their minds, bodies, and spirits in proximity to the urban environment. The rich mosaic of regionally significant habitats will be conserved, restored, and managed to benefit an array of native plant and animal species while the park accommodates a network of interconnected trails and functions as a major community hub for compatible nature-based recreation and outdoor education. Please take the time to answer this survey, so we can better understand how this master plan and future park can best serve the needs of our community.

    Download the full-resolution draft master plan diagram (4MB).

    Take Survey