When and how will you involve the public? How can neighborhood associations or other groups get involved?

Each CFEC project will have its own public involvement approach that reflects its unique deadlines, resources, and available opportunities for input within the CFEC requirements. In 2023, community engagement will focus on parking reform and the study of Climate-Friendly Areas. The best way to stay involved is to follow the project on Engage Eugene. The Engage Eugene page will include public involvement opportunities through the lifecycle of CFEC implementation (2023-2026). This page also includes links to public meetings where staff provide updates and receive comments on CFEC.

Project staff will share updates and ways to engage on the webpage, Engage Eugene, social media, and through our various City department newsletters. You can sign up for the EUG Planning newsletter here, InMotion Transportation newsletter here, and the News to Build On newsletter here.

To submit comments on parking reform, please email CFECParking@eugene-or.gov.

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1. What is Climate-Friendly and Equitable Communities?
2. What parts of Eugene will be affected?
3. What is a Climate-Friendly Area?
4. Will this project lead to displacement?
5. If these requirements are from the state, how do we make sure the implementation meets Eugene's specific needs?
6. When and how will you involve the public? How can neighborhood associations or other groups get involved?
7. Has any other city or state done this before?
8. Who are the decision-makers in this process?
9. The website talks about equitable engagement. What does equity have to do with this?
10. What if I have concerns about the requirements of CFEC?
11. Who can I contact if I want to know more?