All land in Eugene has been zoned to provide areas suitable for certain types of development, including residential, commercial, employment/industrial, public land, and mixed use. Use the interactive map or download a copy to determine the zoning of a specific property or area.
Eugene's Historic Preservation Program increases public awareness of our history and character and facilitates preservation, restoration and rehabilitation of historic structures, landscape features, and other culturally significant physical objects and geographic areas. Cultural resource surveys document individual historic properties and help integrate historic preservation into community planning.
The 2012-2032 Employment and Residential Land Supply maps adopted with the UGB graphically show ways we are accommodating our growth over the next 20 years. The maps and much more detail on the land supply, demand and capacity analysis are included in the Envision Eugene Employment Land Supply Study and Residential Land Supply Study, both appendices to the 2017 adopted Envision Eugene Comprehensive Plan.
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, and other water-related wildlife habitat areas
The South Ridgeline Habitat Study was initiated to study potentially important upland plant and wildlife habitat areas on approximately 2,700 acres near the ridgeline of the south hills. This study will be the basis of future recommendations on possible protection measures or conservation incentive programs for important south ridgeline habitats.