Housing and Human Service Plans

Below are the City of Eugene's plans, as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). 

The Cities of Eugene and Springfield encourage active participation in preparation of the Consolidated Plan by all residents who are affected by Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) funds. The current Citizen Participation Plan outlines local responsibilities to provide opportunities for resident involvement.

The Cities of Eugene and Springfield also have a HOME and CDBG Residential Displacement and Relocation Assistance Policy.

The City of Eugene created the  Housing Implementation Pipeline (HIP), an internal, cross-departmental, 5-year work plan for the City organization. This work plan coordinates current and future City resources, goals, and priorities with a systems-thinking approach to housing across the full continuum from people experiencing homelessness to overall housing supply. 

  1. Fair Housing Plan
  2. 2020 Consolidated Plan
  3. Annual Action Plan
  4. Annual Performance Evaluation (CAPER)

Fair Housing Plan

Each year, Eugene receives funds from the U.S. Department Pages from Fair Housing Plan - Cover Page Opens in new window

of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). As a recipient of these funds, Eugene must certify that it will “affirmatively further fair housing." Eugene strives to assure that persons of protected classes have a choice in the location of their housing.


In order to uphold its commitment to affirmatively further fair housing and meet its federal obligation to engage in fair housing planning, Eugene completed a process in 2020 that involved comprehensive data collection, consultations with public and private agencies, and extensive community engagement. The result of this process  was a document which examines laws, demographics related to population, housing and housing choice called the Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (which is the full document that was submitted to HUD in the HUD online format). A Summary of the Analysis of Impediments is also available. 

The City of Eugene plans a number of Fair Housing activities throughout the year.

Contact Us

  1. Community Development

    Genevieve Middleton

    Affordable Housing Policy and Planning Manager

    99 W. 10th Ave.

    Eugene, OR 97401

    Ph: 541-682-5785