June 13, 2018
Thanks for Making the
Community Event a Success!
Hello Neighbors,

Thank you to the nearly 300 residents who attended the forums at North Eugene High School and engaging in our neighborhood planning process.  If we want this neighborhood plan to guide us toward the vibrant future our neighbors desire, we need as much neighborhood participation as possible. 

We are almost at the half-way point in this process and we are continuing to encourage folks to join a working group to delve into the data and creation of the policies and actions that will make up the plan. Your experience and expertise are valuable assets to this process and we welcome your continued participation. Please respond to this email if you are interested in joining a working group.

When folks ask us if this effort will really make a difference, we reply that we can’t guarantee that we will get everything we want at the end of this process, but we can guarantee that if we don’t try we will surely miss the mark. We believe that this plan will help us honor our heritage while planning for a future that will be different from our past. That’s enough reason for us to stay engaged, and we hope it is for you as well.

Kate Perle and Jon Belcher
Community Advisory Committee Co-Chairs
Missed the Meeting?
You Can Participate Online
The activity that participants did on June 6th and June 10th is now available online. The questionnaire should take about 30 minutes to complete and covers all five topic areas of the plan. If you are only interested in weighing in on a few of the topic areas, feel free to only complete those parts of the questionnaire. Just make sure you click through to the end and hit "submit."
This online questionnaire is an opportunity to include more people in the neighborhood planning process. If you know of anyone who may be interested, forward this email to them and encourage them to participate!
The River Road and Santa Clara Community Organizations, in collaboration with neighbors, businesses, the City of Eugene and Lane County, are creating a vision that will guide decision-making in River Road and Santa Clara for decades to come.