City of Eugene Fair Housing Plan

Each year, Eugene and Springfield receive funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. As recipients of these funds, Eugene and Springfield certify that they will “affirmatively further Fair Housing". Eugene and Springfield strive to assure that persons of a protected class 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 and Springfield have jointly produced a document which examines laws, demographics related to population, housing and housing choice called the Fair Housing Plan. Eugene and Springfield conducted an “Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice” that identified road blocks impacting fair housing choice.

Fair Housing Activities

Know Your Rights: Fair Housing Training
Tuesday, April 25 from 6:15-7:30 pm at the Eugene Public Library: Bascom/Tykeson Rooms

Community members are invited to come and learn about fair housing rights and resources applicable to Eugene residents at this event, presented by staff from the Fair Housing Council of Oregon. Staff from Oregon Law Center, Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement, Community Development and the City’s Rental Housing Code program will also be available to answer questions and distribute materials.

Free on-site childcare will be available on site during the event for participants.
Advanced reservations required to ensure proper staffing. Space is limited so reserve seats and make your childcare reservation today!
RSVP to Lindsey Foltz by email or 541-682-5767

Further, the City of Eugene engages in a number of activities related to fair housing. These activities include: fair housing outreach and education for community members, non-profits, and landlords; contracting with Fair Housing Council of Oregon to provide a fair housing hotline; and staffing the Housing Policy Board which includes a Fair Housing Task Team.

Fair Housing Help

City of Eugene Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement

If you believe you have been subject to illegal housing discrimination in the City of Eugene you may request assistance through the City of Eugene Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement Office.  Staff can assist in making referrals and provide access to the appropriate grievance processes. 


Walk-In Assistance:

99 W. 10th Ave., Suite 116
Eugene, OR
Monday – Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Fair Housing Council of Oregon

The City of Eugene also contracts with the Fair Housing Council of Oregon, which can operates a hotline for housing discrimination and maintains a website with fair housing information.


Housing and Urban Development

Additionally, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) can be contacted directly with discrimination complaints.