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Urban Renewal in Eugene
How Does Urban Renewal Work?
Urban Renewal is a tool used by cities to finance improvements and redevelopment in specific areas of a city by reinvesting the increase in the area's property taxes, it is also called Tax Increment Financing. Learn more about:
How Urban Renewal works?
Where does the money come from?
On June 13, 2016 Council amended the Downtown Urban Renewal Plan, which makes the four projects below eligible for urban renewal funds. Learn about the projects and next steps for
community engagement and the approval process.
Farmers' Market Space Improvements
Lane Community College (LCC) Old Building Redevelopment
Park Blocks & Open Space Improvements
What's Happening with Downtown Urban Renewal?
Learn more about what is currently happening with the Downtown Urban Renewal District. Visit the
What's Happening webpage
to learn more and view related documents below.
Signed Ordinance & 2016 Plan Amendment
Report on the 2016 Plan Amendment
(PDF 12.5 MB)
June 13 Council Meeting AIS
Attachments to AIS
Community Review Panel
Learn more about projects approved by the Urban Renewal Agency Board and expenditures in the Downtown Urban Renewal District in the Expenditure Review Panel Reports listed below.
Fiscal Year 15
Fiscal Year 14
Fiscal Year 13
Fiscal Year 12
Fiscal Year 11
How You Can Participate
Learn how you can
and provide feedback on Downtown Improvements.
Interested in staying up to date on the latest Downtown Improvement projects?
or text DTWNPROJ to 22828 to subscribe to the City of Eugene Downtown Improvement Projects Mailing List!
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How It Works
How to Participate
Project: High Speed Fiber
Project: Farmers' Market
Project: Old LCC Building
Project: Park Blocks & Open Space