How to Participate
Expenditure Review PanelThe Mayor and City Council are accepting applications for one member of the expenditure review panel (ERP) for the Downtown Urban Renewal Plan. This committee will meet at least once a year to review the Urban Renewal Agency’s use of Downtown Urban Renewal funds. The panel will report on whether the expenditure of tax increment dollars was limited to the projects and the associated administrative costs authorized by the Plan. The panel represents a variety of perspectives. The perspective sought for the vacancy is someone who lives, works, or owns property downtown.
Applications are due March 12, 2018 and can be found here or by navigating to the 2018 Application on the City of Eugene Boards and Commissions site. Applicants will select the ERP from the drop-down menu on the application.
The Mayor will provide a nomination to the Urban Renewal Agency Board for appointment, along with all applications received. The new ERP member will be appointed in early April.
The five member panel will meet in late April to review activities from Fiscal Year 2017 (July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017).
If you have questions, please contact Allie Camp (541-682-5480 or email@example.com).
We look forward to receiving your application!
2016 Downtown Urban Renewal Plan AmendmentCity Council approved the Downtown Urban Renewal Plan amendment on June 13, 2016, which makes the projects eligible for urban renewal funds. Decisions about projects and how to fund them will happen in the future. There will be opportunities for community members to provide input on the downtown improvement projects and funding sources as part of the community engagement and approval process.
City Council Public Hearing
A public hearing on the ordinance approving the proposed Plan amendment was held on May 23, 2016.
Materials from the hearing are posted here.
View the webcast here.
Planning Commission Meeting
The Eugene Planning Commission reviewed the proposed amendments to the Downtown Urban Renewal District Plan on May 9, 2016, and provided a recommendation to the City Council/Urban Renewal Agency Board. There was an opportunity for public comment at the beginning of the Planning Commission meeting.
Materials from the meeting can be found here.
Learn more about the projects here.