Ways in which to address housing affordability in large cities by making smaller cities more appealing and places that people are more likely to want to move to or stay.
What happens when a young person considering buying a home in one of the many cities across our country that have had skyrocketing home prices?
With much of the vacant land in Eugene at the edges of town, separated from downtown and the city center by distance and suburban style developments, these kinds of developments face many challenges.
What it is at risk if we continue to delay discussions about how we can move forward constructively with land use planning,
Coburg's attempt to expand its Urban Growth Boundary has been appealed to the Land Use Board of Appeals, and sent back to the city for reconsideration.
Three new housing developments in Eugene show different ways that walkability and missing middle can be built, as well as some of the challenges
This article from Greater Greater Washington discusses how Washington, DC has used inclusionary zoning and some of the problems and solutions they've encountered.
This article from Strong Towns discusses how to retrofit suburban environments.
Despite the fact that Eugene is seeing rising housing prices, we still make it difficult to build or live in housing other than standard single family homes or apartments.