Maps, Plans, and Reports

Maps

Use the map below  to locate your property in the city's economic incentive areas. For more information about your property contact Business Development Analyst Amanda D’Souza via email or phone 541-682-5540.

Visit the City of Eugene mapping HUB for more interactive maps, data, and PDF maps.


Plans

Regional Ec Dev PlanRegional Prosperity Economic Development Plan

The Joint Elected Officials of Eugene, Springfield and Lane County created this shared vision of the region’s economic future in 2010. The Plan lays a foundation for a sustainable future based on efficient, competitive local business, and emerging green innovation and technology. 



SizzlePie_April2016Downtown Plan

Adopted in 2004, the Eugene Downtown Plan presents the community-driven vision for Downtown and provides a framework for public and private policy decisions.
 


Downtown Urban Renewal District

  • Plan & Report (includes 2023 Plan Amendment)
  • Map
  • The Downtown Urban Renewal Expenditure Review Panel (ERP) reports can be found on the Urban Renewal page.

Riverfront Urban Renewal District

  • Plan & Report (includes 2024 Plan Amendment) 
  • Map

Cover of Better Bethel Task Team ReportBuilding a Better Bethel 

In 2014, Building a Better Bethel brought together elected officials, neighborhood groups, local businesses leaders, city staff, and the school district identified ways to create new opportunities for increased vitality within the Bethel community.


The Task Team identified key action items to improve economic conditions in Bethel and across the entire Eugene community. Broadly the actions fit within three themes: People, Place, and Prosperity. Link to PDF of report. 




Lane County Public Market & Food Hub Market Analysis 2014

The Public Market and Food Hub Market Analysis provides the public with factual information to support a community conversation about the potential for a public market and/or food hub, and it illuminates larger strategic opportunities for collaborations and partnerships across the food-related community. The City of Eugene and Lane County partnered with the University of Oregon’s Community Planning Workshop to complete this market analysis. 

PDF version


Lane Livability Consortium Cluster Reports