Who are the decision-makers in this process?

The Eugene Planning Commission will recommend CFEC implementation strategies for adoption by the Eugene City Council, including parking reform city-wide, designation of Climate-Friendly Areas, revisions to the Eugene Land Use Code, and updates to the City’s Envision Eugene Comprehensive Plan and the Eugene 2035 Transportation System Plan. Adoption by the Lane County Board of Commissioners may also be required in some cases. Some CFEC requirements, including some parking reforms and electric vehicle charging infrastructure, will automatically go into effect regardless of changes to the Eugene Land Use Code.

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1. What is Climate-Friendly and Equitable Communities?
2. What parts of Eugene will be affected?
3. What is a Climate-Friendly Area?
4. How will Climate-Friendly Areas be selected?
5. Will downtown be a Climate-Friendly Area? How does the designation interact with Urban Renewal and other existing downtown projects and priorities?
6. Will this project lead to displacement?
7. If these requirements are from the state, how do we make sure the implementation meets Eugene's specific needs?
8. When and how will you involve the public? How can neighborhood associations or other groups get involved?
9. Has any other city or state done this before?
10. Who are the decision-makers in this process?
11. How will the City “center” historically marginalized community groups?
12. If this is about “climate-friendly” development, where are the requirements for renewable energy, tree preservation, and building decarbonization?
13. What if I have concerns about the requirements of CFEC?
14. Who can I contact if I want to know more?