Community Development

Every five years, the cities of Eugene and Springfield must prepare a consolidated plan to address housing, homeless, community and economic development needs and priorities. The Consolidated Plan guides the use of federal Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Program funds received by both Cities.The process to develop the plan for the 2020-2024 period is now underway.

Similarly, the cities of Eugene and Springfield must update the fair housing document, called the Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI). The AI identifies fair housing issues as well as actions to further fair housing across the cities.

This survey addresses both the Consolidated Plan and the AI; The Consolidated Plan questions are focused on your perceptions of your community, so please answer them as you see your community. The AI questions are focused on your experience as an owner/renter, so please answer the AI questions from your personal experience.

We need the community's help to identify housing and other community needs. Please complete and submit this survey by Friday, December 6th. Your responses are very important to this process.

Additional information regarding the Eugene-Springfield Consolidated Plan process and staff contact information are available at https://www.eugene-or.gov/4300/2020-Consolidated-Plan-Process


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* 1. Please enter your zip code

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* 2. What is your current living situation?

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* 3. What is your employment status?

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* 4. What ethnicity do you identify as? 

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* 5. What race do you identify as?

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* 6. What is the total income for everyone in your household? Please select one answer.

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* 7. What is your current age?

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* 8. In your community, what are the highest priority populations in need of support? Please select your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices from the list below

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Households with children
Single adults
Persons with disabilities
Youth
Veterans
Victims of domestic violence

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* 9. In your community, what types of HOUSING SERVICES would be most impactful in supporting those looking to purchase a home or those who are current homeowners? Please select your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices from the list below

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Homebuyer education
Foreclosure prevention
Mortgage assistance
Utility/Energy payment assistance
Weatherization assistance

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* 10. In your community, what types of HOUSING SERVICES would be the most impactful in supporting those looking to rent a home or those who are current renters? Please select your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices from the list below

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Emergency rental assistance 
Housing case-management
Ongoing rental assistance (Tenant based rental assistance)
Security deposit assistance
Eviction intervention

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* 11. In your community, what types of HOMELESSNESS services and interventions are most needed? Please select your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices from the list below

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Increase emergency shelter spaces
Increase emergency housing (less than 60 day stay)
Increase transitional housing (up to 2 year stay) 
Increase permanent supportive housing
Homeless support services (transportation vouchers, service centers)
Medical and dental services
Mental health and addiction services
Food services (food boxes, kitchens) 

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* 12. In your community, what types of ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT activities are most needed? Please select your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices from the list below

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Loans to small businesses to increase job opportunities
Supporting individuals to start a new business
Business training for small business owners
Creating jobs in low-income neighborhoods
Creating jobs for disabled persons

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* 13. In your community, what types of HOUSING ACTIVITIES are most needed for low/moderate income households? Please select your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices from the list below

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Create additional rental housing
Down payment assistance for first-time homebuyers 
Emergency home repairs
Accessibility improvements for renters and homeowners
Rehabilitation of affordable rental units

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* 14. In your community, which of the following COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES are most needed? Please select your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices from the list below

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Assist human service agencies with facilities acquisition or improvements
Improvements to public infrastructure (street, curbs, sewer and stormwater systems)
Downtown redevelopment in Springfield and Eugene
Neighborhood improvements (parks, community centers, beautification)
Improve substandard or deteriorated properties (non-residential)
Accessibility improvement in public places and buildings
Support the development of child care facilities

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* 15. In your community, what SOCIAL SERVICES are most needed? Please select your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th choices from the list below

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Medical and dental services 
Food services (food boxes etc.)
Housing services
Veteran services
Mental health and addiction services
Youth services
Services for people with disabilities
Services for victims of domestic of sexual abuse 
Legal services
Services for families with children
Services for seniors and the elderly
Financial literacy/education

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* 16. Would you like to receive additional information, or be notified of public meetings related to the Consolidated Plan?

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* 17. If yes, please provide your name, email address, and/or mailing address to receive additional information and notifications about the Consolidated Plan

Thank you for completing the Housing and Community Development portion of this survey. Your feedback is valuable to us in the process of developing the Consolidated Plan so we may invest our shared resources in ways that will have the greatest impact on our residents

Please continue to the Fair Housing portion of the survey
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