Electric Vehicle Charging Requirements Effective 4/1/23

The State of Oregon has an adopted goal that 90% of new vehicles sold will be electric by 2035. To help meet that goal, the City needs to ensure people can charge their vehicles. The most convenient place to do so is at home.

The City of Eugene implemented the second phase of state-required parking reforms focused on electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Starting on April 1, 2023, new multi-unit housing (5 or more dwellings) and mixed-use development (with multi-unit housing) must now include electrical conduit (pipes) to 40% of their parking spots, ready for adding wiring and charging stations to support electric vehicles as the market expands.

To learn more about the City of Eugene's electric vehicle strategy and other projects to make them more accessible, check out the Eugene Climate Action Plan 2.0.

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