Why are we developing a neighborhood plan for the River Road and Santa Clara neighborhoods?

Since 1987, land use and development in the River Road and Santa Clara neighborhoods have been governed by the River Road-Santa Clara Urban Facilities Plan. After 35 years, the plan is ready to be updated to reflect current community visions, building upon years of work by grassroots community organizing and planning for their future. Additionally, River Road has been designated as a key corridor for focused long-term transit and land use development at state, regional, and local levels. City government plays an important role in helping community members design and plan for the future through neighborhood planning. This requires balancing neighborhood-level concerns and aspirations with City-wide goals and policies.

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1. What is the River Road-Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan?
2. Why are we developing a neighborhood plan for the River Road and Santa Clara neighborhoods?
3. What will the Neighborhood Plan do?
4. What is the Action Plan? How does it support the Neighborhood Plan?
5. What happens after adoption? What does Plan implementation look like?
6. What changes might affect the River Road and Santa Clara neighborhoods?
7. Will the Neighborhood Plan impact annexation?
8. Why is River Road a key transit corridor? How does this relate to Envision Eugene?
9. How will the Neighborhood Plan impact traffic? What transportation improvements are planned?
10. How will Climate Friendly and Equitable Communities (CFEC) impact parking requirements?
11. What parks are planned in River Road-Santa Clara?
12. Who maintains the riverfront? How can I submit a maintenance request or report illegal activity?
13. What current regulations guide development along the Willamette River? What about other local waterways and natural resources?
14. Do River Road and Santa Clara residents have access to a library?