Image courtesy Rowell Brokaw and The Miller Hull Partnership
Eugene is planning for a new City Hall that will serve as an accessible, welcoming center for the community, as well as a home for City government. You may sign up to join our interested parties email list to receive project updates.
The City Council is currently considering four possible locations for City Hall – three sites in the center of downtown in conjunction with the City-County collaborative planning described below, and a fourth possible site that would be the reuse of the Eugene Water and Electric Board administration building.
Independent consultants recently completed evaluations of the four sites.
The report documents on the EWEB site and the report documents regarding the three sites considered in cooperation with Lane County can be found here:
The City Council will hold two work sessions to discuss the options for City Hall: Monday, December 12 at 5:30 p.m. and Wednesday, December 14 at noon. Both meetings will be held in Harris Hall.
The public is invited to provide feedback to the City Council regarding this and other issues at the regular public forum on Monday, December 12 at 7:30 p.m. at Harris Hall. Additional opportunities for public information and feedback will be announced soon. City-County Coordinated Downtown Development The City of Eugene and Lane County have been collaborating over the last few months to evaluate options for downtown sites for some of the most prominent and well-visited public facilities and spaces in Eugene. For more on the City-County Coordinated Downtown Development Planning, visit: downtownplanning.org.
Learn more about recently considered design plans, the project schedule and budget, and other project news using the links below.