Street Repair Review Panel

To ensure accountability for the expenditure of voter-approved bonds to fix streets, the City of Eugene in 2008 created a 12-member citizen Street Repair Review Panel (SRRP). This group meets several times a year to look at recently completed street repair projects, learn more about plans for future repair projects, and review in depth the expenditure of bond funds to fix streets.

Each year beginning in 2009 the SRRP has issued a report summarizing its findings, recommendations and conclusions regarding bond-funded street repair projects. Links to these reports and other materials prepared for the SRRP by Public Works staff can be found on this web page.
 
2016-2017 SRRP Activities
Meeting #1 - Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Noon to 2 p.m., Building 1 Conference Room, 1820 Roosevelt Blvd
Agenda
Group process preferences (name facilitator for future meetings)
Review SRRP charge/mission
Future meeting schedule
Road tour route

Meeting #2 - Wednesday, January 25, 2017  
3:00 to 4:30 p.m., Building 1 Conference Room, 1820 Roosevelt Blvd
Pavement management system report
Review Engineering's 2016 report to the citizen SRRP
Discussion of the SRRP report to the city manager
    
Meeting #3 - Wednesday, February 8, 2017
 
3:00 to 4:30 p.m., Building 2 Conference Room, 1820 Roosevelt Blvd  
Review of external auditor's report
Final review and approval of SRRP report to the city manager
   
2015-2016 SRRP Activities
The Street Repair Review Panel met three times: Dec. 2, Jan. 20, and Feb 3. The December meeting included an update on the bond, a tour of the streets fixed with road bonds and some of the work scheduled for 2017. During the January meeting, the committee reviewed the Engineer's 2015 report and discussed the Panel's report to the city manager. At the February meeting, panel members reviewed and approved the independent accountant's report and final report to the city manager.

2014-2015 SRRP Activities
The Street Repair Review Panel met three times: Dec. 10, Jan. 21, and Feb. 4. The December 10 meeting included a tour of streets fixed with road bonds. At the January 21 meeting the SRRP approved a staff-compiled report on 2014 bond measure projects and unanimously endorsed a cover letter stating that the bond funds were used for authorized purposes and in compliance with the limitations and restrictions outlined in Council Resolution 4953.