Goal 5 Water Resource Conservation

Goal 5


An overlay zone applied to specific properties for the purpose of protecting significant riparian areas, wetlands and other water resource related wildlife habitat areas-

In 2005, the Eugene City Council adopted and applied the /WR Water Resources Conservation Overlay Zone measures to implement statewide planning Goal 5 inside Eugene’s city limits. The provisions went into effect on January 1, 2006.

The purpose of the overlay zone is to protect:
  • Significant riparian areas
  • Wetlands
  • Other water-related wildlife habitat areas
The regulations governing these Goal 5 resources can be found in the Eugene land use code, sections 9.4900-9.4980.
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Adopted Goal 5 Designations Map (large file)

Significant Riparian and Upland Wildlife Habitat Inventory Maps 


Goal 5 Map - Tile 1
Goal 5 Map - Tile 2
Goal 5 Map - Tile 3
Goal 5 Map - Tile 4
 

Significant Wetland Inventory Maps


Wetlands Inventory Map - Tile 1
Wetlands Inventory Map - Tile 2
Wetlands Inventory Map - Tile 3
Wetlands Inventory Map - Tile 4

Section IV-Protection Designation Summary Tables and Maps


Goal 5 Water Resources Conservation Plan, Section IV:
- Map 1
- Map 2
- Map 3
- Map 4
- Map 5
- Map 6
- Map 7
- Map 8
- Map 9
- Map 10
- Map 11
- Map 12
- Map 13
- Map 14
- Map 15
- Map 16

Riparian Corridor Sites Table
Upland Wildlife Habitat Sites Table
Wetland Sites Table  

Additional Goal 5 documents can be accessed here.