The neighborhood planning process will address community issues related to public safety, resiliency, sustainability and governance. Neighbors in the working groups will collaborate with an interdepartmental staff team as we explore these interrelated, and sometimes complex, topics.
These are the materials that Working Group members will use at the upcoming meeting on March 20, 2018.
The following materials were provided to working group members at the neighborhood planning workshop on February 7, 2018.
Working group members used the above materials, in addition to everything on the what have we heard page, to identify neighborhood values. These will be used to create a Community Vision showing how the neighborhood will look, feel, and function over the next 20 years.
The River Road-Santa Clara Neighborhood Planning Process relies on the expertise of a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC is composed of City and partner agency staff and serves as an advisory body to working groups, the Community Advisory Committee, and project staff. The TAC represent their own project or departmental expertise and communicate how the neighborhood-specific issues fit within the broader City/County context.
|Rene Kane||Neighborhood Services Associate Planner, City of Eugene|
|Jeannine Parisi||Public Affairs, Eugene Water and Electric Board|
|Chelsea Clinton||Sustainability Analyst, City of Eugene|