Parking Reform Goes to Planning Commission

From March to May 2023, as a part of public involvement for CFEC Parking Reform, the City hosted 9 individual interviews, small group conversations with 62 participants, discussions at two tabling events attended by 180+ participants, a virtual information session with 18 participants, and collected 437 online survey responses. Involvement included proactive outreach to Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color, the LGBTQ+ community, Spanish speaking residents, people experiencing disabilities, neighborhood groups, and groups affiliated with affordable housing, transportation, environment, development, and more.

A complete summary report of public involvement is available here. We appreciate the willingness of community members to engage and share your thoughts with us – it is incredibly helpful as we refine our approach to implement the state requirements.

Parking Reform goes to the Eugene Planning Commission to begin the formal public hearing and adoption process next week! The Eugene Planning Commission will participate in a work session, hold a public hearing, and make a recommendation to City Council.

Mark your calendars to watch and participate:

  1. Tuesday, June 13 at 5:30 PM: Planning Commission Work Session
  2. Tuesday, June 27 at 5:30 PM: Planning Commission Public Hearing

The June 13 meeting agenda packet includes information on how to access the meeting, including an opportunity for public comment.

To provide written testimony or ask questions, please email or mail comments to: c/o Reid Verner, Land Use Supervisor, 99 W. 10th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401.

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