Get Involved

Neighborhood Mapping Activity at October 17th Public Meeting

The River Road - Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan is led by the River Road and Santa Clara Community Organizations, the City of Eugene and Lane County, relying on broad community engagement to develop and implement the neighborhood vision and action plan. The public involvement plan will guide community outreach and involvement throughout the project.

Thank you to everyone who has provided their time and feedback throughout this process! Results of this community outreach are published on the What Have We Heard? page.

As we move into different stages of this project there are going to be volunteer opportunities, workshops and other ways that you can get involved. Sign-up for our newsletter and check back here to learn about ways you can participate.

Community Organizations

Both the River Road Community Organization and Santa Clara Community Organization are active in the neighborhood planning process as well as other neighborhood issues. Check out their websites and sign up for their newsletters to stay up-to-date!

Community Advisory Committee

The River Road and Santa Clara Community Organization Boards nominated members to serve on the Community Advisory Committee (CAC). The nominations were selected from a pool of volunteer applicants. On January 8th, the Eugene Planning Commission confirmed those nominations. The following individuals will represent their communities throughout the planning process.

CAC meetings are open to the public. Neighbors are also encouraged to use the project email to directly contact the CAC with input and concerns, so they can be addressed as quickly as possible.

River Road-Santa Clara Community Advisory Committee
River Road Santa Clara
Jon Belcher (Co-chair) Kate Perle (Co-chair)
Cameron Ewing Ed McMahon
Louisa de Heer Ann Vaughn
Michele O'Leary Louie Vidmar
Rebecca Sprinson Rick Duncan
Luke Callahan (alternate) Terah Cleveland
  Carl Below (alternate)

The Project Charter outlines general roles and responsibilities for the Community Advisory Committee. The Working Agreement goes into further detail and lays out the operating procedures and expectations of the Community Advisory Committee. 

Topic Area Working Groups

Working groups have been established to tackle the five topic areas that this plan will address. The membership on these working groups is not fixed though, and residents are encouraged to join a working group at anytime. To learn more about the topic areas and what the working groups are up to, visit the topic areas page. To learn more about how you can get involved in a working group, send us an email.

River Road Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan working group