January 18, 2019
Save the Date:
River Road Corridor Workshop
 February 11-13
As part of the neighborhood planning process, we are beginning an in-depth analysis of economic, transportation and land use considerations related to the River Road Corridor. Increasing housing and retail opportunities along River Road, while supporting transportation options, is central to implementing the neighborhood vision developed through the neighborhood plan. The Corridor Study will help us develop the tools needed to do this!
The first Corridor Workshop will take place February 11th through 13th in the lobby of the Emergency Services Training Center ( 1705 W 2nd Ave, Eugene OR) , with opportunities for members of the public to drop in, review and provide comment on the work of our design team. The open house schedule is as follows:
Feb 11th, 6:30-8:00 PM
Getting Started:
Reflecting the Neighborhood Vision and Priorities

Feb 12th 4:00-6:00 PM
Developing Concepts:
Exploring the ways the vision can take shape along the corridor

Feb 13th 6:30-8:00 PM*
Establishing Criteria:
Evaluating Concepts: Refining ideas and creating evaluation criteria
* Presentation @ 7 PM
What will the Corridor Study do?
The Corridor Study will help implement the neighborhood vision by developing physical plans, financial tools, and ways to improve transit connections to better serve people in the area. The map below shows the area that the Corridor Study will focus on. In general the study area goes along River Rd from NW Expressway up to Hunsaker Ln.
How does this connect to the neighborhood plan?
The Corridor Study is a sub-component of the River Road-Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan. The study will identify opportunity areas and develop the tools and strategies necessary to implement the neighborhood vision along the corridor.

How do I get involved with the Corridor Study?
This workshop is the first of two workshops open to the public. This is best chance to provide your input early in the process. You will get to see and comment on the designs created in real-time. The next workshop is scheduled for late Spring, where you will help refine the preferred concepts and help develop the tools and strategies to implement the neighborhood vision.