Get Involved with Envision Eugene!

After six years of community engagement, Envision Eugene is moving into a new phase, the formal urban growth boundary (UGB) adoption process. Thank you to everyone who has provided input over the years. Your comments and suggestions have all contributed to the documents that make up the current UGB adoption package.
In this new phase of Envision Eugene, we are moving from gathering input from the community to shape the vision, strategies and policies, to asking for feedback on the documents that make up the UGB adoption package. Staff, Planning Commissioners and elected officials want to hear from you. How do you think the UGB adoption package reflects our community's vision, the seven pillars of Envision Eugene and previous Council direction?

UGB Adoption Timeline

Wondering where we are at in the process and what is coming next? Click on the image below to see the updated timeline!
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Review Process and Feedback Opportunities

As we move forward, there will be additional opportunities for you to provide feedback on the UGB proposal. Details about these opportunities can be found on this page, in our newsletter, on Facebook, and in local newspapers.
  • Community input from the past 6 years has been incorporated into Draft 1 of the materials required for UGB adoption.
  • Prior to formal public hearings, community members will be able to learn more and ask questions at Community Information Sessions held across the city (see schedule below).
  • Both the Eugene and Lane County Planning Commissions will hold a series of work sessions to review the materials in order for the Commissioners and the public to get familiar with the proposal and process.
  • The joint Planning Commissions' public hearing on March 7th is the first formal opportunity to speak in favor or against aspects of the adoption package proposal
  • The Planning Commissions will deliberate and make recommendations to their elected officials.
  • The Eugene City Council and Lane County Board of Commissioners will hold work sessions to review the Planning Commissions' recommendations.
  • Formal public hearings with the City Council and Board of Commisisoners will be the last opportunity at the local level where any member of the public can give testimony regarding the proposal.
  • Questions and formal comments can also be submitted at
  • Learn more about the UGB Adoption Package materials here.

Community Information Sessions

Beginning in mid-January, the Envision Eugene Team will host a series of six community information sessions throughout the city on the whole UGB proposal, the adoption process, and how people can provide comments. Each session will include a short presentation and an opportunity to ask questions and speak to staff. All of the meetings will be drop-in format from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. with a brief presentation at 6:30.
Location Date
South Eugene High School Library​
​400 East 19th Avenue
Jan 19th 2017
Sheldon High School Library
​2455 Willakenzie Road
Jan 26th 2017
North Eugene High School Library
​200 Silver Lane
Jan 31st 2017
Churchill High School Library
​1850 Baily Hill Road
Feb 2nd 2017
Downtown Eugene Public Library, Bascom-Tykeson Room
​100 W. 10th Avenue
Feb 7th 2017
Willamette High School Library
​1801 Echo Hollow Road
Feb 9th 2017

Learn More

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If you have questions about a particular aspect of Envision Eugene, we invite you to contact City planning staff. See staff contact details below.
For Questions About... Please Contact
Overall Envision Eugene
The Community Vision
Terri Harding, Principal Planner
Urban Growth Boundary
Metro Plan Amendments and
​The Comprehensive Plan
Alissa Hansen, Principal Planner
Clear Lake Overlay
The Urban Form Plan
Zach Galloway, Senior Planner
Public Involvement
Growth Monitoring Program
Heather O'Donnell, Senior Planner