Eugene : Downtown plan
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Two central themes run throughout this document. First, the City will reinforce downtown Eugene as a strong regional center. City officials will work closely with property owners, developers and community members to bring about a diverse, dense and economically strong urban center. The City will encourage the transformation of vacant and underutilized sites and support the development of commercial, residential, and cultural activities. Second, the City will strengthen downtown as a cultural center and the center of community life. The City will coordinate with public and private developers to create special places downtown. The City will establish a network of great streets downtown that links parks and plazas, cultural and commercial activity areas. The City will create a walkable and memorable downtown, a downtown of short distances and inviting destinations. [From the Plan]
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