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    Public Notice - Commission Vacancies

    Are you interested in volunteering? Would you like to have an impact on what is happening in Eagle Point? Eagle Point has vacancies on its Budget Committee, Neighborhood Enhancement Commission, and Planning Commission. Read on...
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    Public Notice – City Council and commission vacancies.

    Are you interested in volunteering? Would you like to have an impact on what is happening in Eagle Point? In addition to two vacancies on the City Council, Eagle Point has vacancies on its Neighborhood Enhancement Commission, and Planning Commission. Read on...
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    Notice of Public Hearing: Coco's Tacos: PA# 22-13:SPR

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Eagle Point Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing on Tuesday, February 21, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. to consider an application to convert the temporary status of a mobile food vendor to permanent status. Read on...
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PUBLIC MEETINGS

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    City Council

    Agenda, Packet,  Minutes & Public Hearing Notice

    Planning Commission 

    Agenda, Packet,  Minutes & Public Hearing Notice

    Neighborhood Enhancement Commission

    Agenda, Packet & Minutes


    For questions regarding City Meetings, contact the City Recorder at 541-826-4212 ext. 106


NEWSLETTER

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    City Newsletter


    Stay up to date on the latest news and events by reading our newsletter. 

    City Administrators Friday Message


    For updates on City business read the weekly Friday Message from the City Administrator.



CITY SPOTLIGHT

  1. Climate Friendly and Equitable Communities Mandate

     

    Climate-Friendly and Equitable Communities Mandate  

     

    To help Oregon meet its climate pollution goals, the Oregon Dept of Land Conservation & Development (DLCD) believes more development will need to occur in urban areas where residents, workers, and visitors are less dependent upon single vehicle trips. The state acted on that by adopting Climate-Friendly and Equitable Communities (CFEC) rules on July 21, 2022.  Those rules include a requirement that cities within Oregon’s eight metropolitan areas, which includes the Rogue Valley and of course Eagle Point, establish “Climate-Friendly Areas” (CFA’s) where people can meet most of their daily needs without having to drive - by increasing housing density near a mix of jobs, businesses, services and transportation options. 

    The first phase of the implementation process is underway now.  This involves determining CFA location(s) in each city by the end of 2023.  Eagle Point’s CFA will likely be in our downtown area since our Town Center Plan adopted way back in 2007 promotes development somewhat consistent with the CFEC mandate.  It already allows for mixed uses and higher densities compared to other areas of the city.  The second phase is to amend the city’s comprehensive plan, zoning regulations and development standards to reflect the CFA land use and mobility goals by the end of 2024.  

    The following information from DLCD provides additional details.  If you’re curious about  what all this means for Eagle Point, contact Mike Upston, Community Development Director, 541-826-4212, ext 111.  

    Click HERE for more information.