House Bill 2001 (HB 2001) is a law passed by the Oregon Legislature in 2019 to increase housing choice and supply. The law requires large cities, including Eugene, to amend their land use regulations to allow more housing types like duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes, cottage clusters, and townhouses in residential areas where single-family homes are allowed, by June 30, 2022. These housing types are often called “middle housing” because they are between a single-family house and an apartment building in terms on number of units. For more information about the requirements of HB 2001, visit the Requirements of HB 2001 fact sheet. For more information about what led to Oregon adopting the bill and middle housing types, visit the Project Overview fact sheet.