Browsing Park and recreation plans by Subject "Parks -- Oregon -- Eugene -- Planning"


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  • Eugene (Or.); Willamalane Park and Recreation District (City of Eugene (Or.), 1996-03)
    The East Alton Baker Park Plan presents key concepts and ideas to shape the park that visitors will explore in the coming decades. The plan provides a way to evaluate decisions affecting the park and progress made to ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Eugene (Or.). Public Works Dept.; David Reed & Associates; Salix Associates; Sperry Tree Care Company; Lueck, Whitey (City of Eugene (Or.), 2000-01)
    While most of the park is forested, approximately twelve acres are intensively managed as a Rhododendron Garden (see Map 1: Base Map). The plan is comprehensive in scope and responds to findings and issues for the entire ...
  • Eugene (Or.); EDAW, Inc.; Bierly and Associates; Economic Research Associates (City of Eugene (Or.), 1983-05)
    The main purpose of the study is to develop guides and recommendations that the EPRD can use in providing parks and recreational services and facilities for the next 20 years. The Master Plan includes: I} an analysis ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Eugene (Or.). Recreation Services (City of Eugene (Or.), 2006-02-13)
    Based on the identified needs, the PROS Comprehensive Plan proposes dozens of strategies for the future to improve parks, provide recreation opportunities, and protect natural resource values. The document provides an ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Moore Iacofano Goltsman (Firm); Lane Council of Governments (Or.) (City of Eugene (Or.), 2006-05)
    The City of Eugene’s Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Project and Priority Plan identifies, prioritizes, and estimates costs of proposed actions for parks, open space and recreation facilities, programs, and ...
  • Eugene (Or.); David Reed & Associates; Salix Associates; Schirmer Schlesinger and Associates (City of Eugene (Or.), 2001-10)
    A number of qualities make Rasor Park a distinctive open space area including its views, openness, existing vegetation and neighborhood plantings, bird habitat, and its location and relationship to the river, greenway, ...
  • Eugene (Or.); Hostick, Alan; Eugene (Or.). Parks and Open Space Division (City of Eugene (Or.), 2002-01)
    Goal 1: Create a long-term vision to guide decisions and management; Goal 2: Catalog and prioritize infrastructure improvement needs for future; Goal 3: Involve the public and raise awareness of this valuable resource; ...
  • Eugene (Or.); PIVOT Architecture (Firm); Walker-Macy (City of Eugene (Or.), 2006-10)
    The Master Plan assumes that improvements to the Park Blocks will be incremental. It establishes guidelines for the gradual implementation of the complete vision. [From the Plan]

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