Land Use Code Amendments
Secondary Dwellings (City File CA 18-1)
Phase 1 Implementation of Senate Bill 1051
The goal of this proposed land use code amendment is to expand the areas in which secondary dwellings are allowed in the City, as required by recent state legislation (Senate Bill 1051). The proposed amendment focuses on where secondary dwellings will be allowed in the City, and will increase the number of zones where secondary dwellings are permitted. To view the proposed land use code changes, click here.
The existing standards for height, setbacks, building size, etc., are proposed to remain in place at this time. These standards will be evaluated as part of a second phase, following completion of this first phase.
A Planning Commission Public Hearing on the proposed changes is scheduled for March 6, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at Harris Hall (125 E. 8th Avenue, Eugene). To view the hearing notice, click here.
Phase 2 is proposed to begin following adoption of Phase 1 and consist of a review and potential update of our existing standards for secondary dwellings through an inclusive community process. This will allow for the emerging community conversations around housing affordability and neighborhood livability to inform potential changes.City Council initiated a phased approach for land use code changes to implement Senate Bill 1051 related to secondary dwellings in January 2018. Click here for the council materials
The City of Eugene has begun looking at updating the current bicycle parking standards. The revisions focus on simplifying and improving clarity of standards identified in land use code EC 9.6105. For more information, read on.
Recently Adopted Land Use Code Amendments
The on-line version of Eugene Code Chapter 9 contains all adopted land use code amendments through December 20, 2017. Access the on-line version of Chapter 9 here.