Envision Eugene Technical Advisory Committee (EETAC)

EETAC Meeting

The Envision Eugene Technical Advisory Committee (EETAC) plays a key role in Envision Eugene implementation projects. These projects currently include the Growth Monitoring Program and urban growth boundary (UGB) analysis and previously included Urban Reserves planning. The EETAC will review technical information used to inform policy decisions, provide feedback to staff on technical-related issues, and maintain institutional memory regarding assumptions and analysis related to long-term growth management-related efforts.

EETAC Roles and Responsibilities 

The role of the committee is outlined in the EETAC Bylaws. EETAC member duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Learning about and understanding the factors for monitoring Eugene’s growth;
  • Providing guidance to staff related to the technical aspects of growth monitoring and urban growth boundary analysis; and
  • Serving as liaisons--connecting the general public, key community members, community groups and organizations to the monitoring work, and encouraging participation in its process.
  • See meeting schedule below.
Growth Monitoring and Urban Reserves Graphic web version

EETAC Members

  • Tiffany Edwards (Chair) (Planning Commissioner)
  • John Barofsky (Vice-Chair)
  • Jennifer Yeh (City Councilor)
  • Dennis Reynolds (Sustainability Commissioner) 
  • Mark Reed
  • Philip Farrington
  • Rick Duncan
  • Sue Prichard
  • Howard Saxion
  • Lisa Arkin
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Meetings

  • Unless otherwise listed, EETAC meetings are generally held on the first and/or third Thursday of the month from 5:30-7:30 pm. 
  • Upcoming EETAC meetings will be conducted on Zoom.  Meeting login information will be on the agenda posted in the meeting folder. 
  1. 2024
  2. 2023
  3. 2022
  4. 2021
  5. 2020
  6. 2019
  7. 2018
  • January 18, 2024: (Meeting Materials) MEETING CANCELLED
  • February 1, 2024 (Meeting Materials) - Annual Report 2023: Housing Development data, Employment Development data, Population and Jobs data

Contact Us

For questions about EETAC meetings, contact Elena Domingo. If you would like to learn more about the Growth Monitoring program, contact Heather O’Donnell