The City of Eugene is hosting an event on May 6th to get feedback from electric vehicle users about proposed changes to the way the City-owned charging stations are managed. Parking Services is considering several options to help make sure electric vehicles are moved from EV spots when not actively charging. Discussion Panelists will include staff from City Parking as well as the Sustainability Office and Public Works, EWEB, LRAPA, and Sema Connect. Enjoy free bagels and coffee while you share your feedback: May 6th, 2019, 10:00 a.m. at Theo’s Coffee House, 199 West 8th Avenue in Eugene. Please RSVP at: https://www.facebook.com/events/358242951455524/
Coming soon, a new City-managed parking location is being created at the riverfront redevelopment site at 4th and Mill.
Changes are proposed to the Zone 40 Commuter Permit Parking area (formerly known as the 8040 area) and community feedback has been received. An Administrative Order has been signed to bring approximately 50 more permit-eligible spaces to the area. The Administrative Order (including a map of the updated Zone 40 area) is effective as of March 21, 2019. Community members have until April 21 to file an appeal. The Zone 40 changes will be implemented that day if no appeals are received.