Rethinking How We Plan for Parking
The City of Eugene is carefully considering how we use land, now and into the future:
How do we plan for parking cars throughout the city, including neighborhoods and commercial areas?
Who decides if parking is needed on an individual property? Could areas be used for housing, gardens, or trees instead of cars?
What actions are most equitable and effective: who’s impacted and do outcomes slow climate change and promote walking and biking?
Here are a few ways to engage:
Join our Virtual Info Session on Wednesday, May 3 from 6-7 PM
Visit our table at the Move EUG Open House at the Farmers Pavilion from 4:30 - 7:00 PM at Farmers Market Pavilion at 8th and Oak in Downtown Eugene
Read a summary of parking reform requirements and policy options
Weigh in on how we adapt to climate change and plan a community that is flexible, sustainable, and affordable!