Boards and Commissions

Eugene’s boards and commissions are resident advisory groups that provide an invaluable service to our city by advising City Council and/or City staff on a wide variety of subjects.  Use the menu to the left to get more information on each group.


Eugene Planning Commission

 Membership Vacancy Notice

 Date:  December 31, 2021

 

Contact:  Rebecca Gershow,  Senior Planner, City of Eugene, 541-682-8816 or RGershow@eugene-or.gov 

 

Vacancy:  The City of Eugene Planning Commission is appointed by the City Council to help plan for growth and development within the city.  Members of the Planning Commission provide an invaluable service to our community.  They advise city council and city staff on a variety of land use and policy matters by making recommendations that influence how and where our community develops and grows.

The Eugene Planning Commission holds regular meetings twice a month: the second and fourth Tuesday at 5:30 pm.  Occasionally additional meetings are scheduled, as needed.  In addition, each commissioner typically has one or more assignments, such as serving as the Planning Commission representative at City Council hearings or representing the commission as a member of an advisory committee or subcommittee.   

There is currently 1 vacancy:  we are looking to fill a 4-year Commissioner term.

 

Apply here.   The recruitment will remain open through January 31, 2022.




Public Art Committee

Membership Vacancy Notice

Date:  December 15, 2021

 

Contact:  Kate Ali, Public Art Manager, City of Eugene, 541-682-6314 or kali@eugene-or.gov.

 

Vacancy:  The City of Eugene Public Art program is committed to fostering a sense of belonging for all artists, partners, community members, and cultural producers.  To that end, the program provides platforms, resources, and agency to amplify their stories, heritage, art, and culture, where race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or disabilities do not predetermine access or success.  The Public Art Committee meets every other month for one and a half hours.  Committee members are also expected to join a subcommittee that may meet monthly for one to two hours.  There are 3 vacancies:  we are looking to fill an artist position, an art specialist position as well as an ad hoc community member position on the Committee.

 

Apply here.   The recruitment will remain open through January 15, 2022.