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Intersection of Q Street & Pioneer ParkwayThe Transportation System Plan (TSP) Implementation Project updates the City’s development code to reflect relevant policies and actions established in the TSP, adopts the Conceptual Street Map and updates the TSP project lists and maps. The objective is to implement the Goals, Policies, and Actions adopted in the Springfield 2035 Transportation System Plan (see Chapter 2: Goals and Policies here). View current, adopted plan below.

Notice of Public Hearing
Joint City and County Planning Commission public hearing - 7 PM, Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at Springfield City Hall, 225 Fifth Street in Council Chambers

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Have Questions?
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Attend Open House - 4 to 7 PM, Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at Springfield City Hall, 225 Fifth Street in the Jesse Maine Room

Proposed Changes
Draft Ordinances - Springfield Ordinance, Lane County Development Code Ordinance, Lane County TSP Ordinance
Draft Exhibit A: Springfield Development Code Amendments - Coming Soon
Draft Exhibit B: Conceptual Street Map
Draft Exhibit C: Transportation System Plan Project List
Draft Exhibit C: Transportation System Plan Maps

Previous DraftsBike Parking at LTD Springfield Station
A public comment period was open for each of the following previous drafts.
The objective of the changes is to implement the Goals, Policies, and Actions adopted in the Springfield 2035 Transportation System Plan (see Chapter 2: goals and policies here).

Springfield Development Code Amendements
The first draft (May 31, 2017) of the proposed changes to the Springfield Development Code is available here.
The second draft (October 5, 2017) of the proposed changes to the Springfield Development Code is available here.
The street connectivity standards within second draft have been revised as of October 10, 2017 and are available here.
The third draft (November 11, 2017) of the proposed changes to the Springfield Development Code is available here.

Draft Conceptual Street Map
The first draft of the proposed Conceptual Street Map (October 10, 2017) is available here.
The second draft of the proposed Conceptual Street Map (November 7, 2017) is available here.

TSP Project List and Maps
The first draft of the proposed TSP Project List and Maps (November 21, 2017) is available here.

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November 2017 – spring 2018: Draft Springfield Development Code Amendments, Draft Conceptual Street Map and TSP Project List Amendments to City and County Planning Commissions, Board of County Commissioners and City Council for Review and Adoption

Upcoming Meetings
Joint City and County Planning Commission work session and public hearing -
6 PM, Work session in Jesse Maine Room and 7 PM, public hearing in the City Council Chambers, January 23, 2018 at Springfield City Hall, 225 Fifth Street.

Previously Held Meetings

  • City Council Work Session - 6 PM, December 4, 2017 at Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Room
  • Planning Commission Work Session - 6 PM, November 21, 2017 at Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Room
  • Stakeholder Sounding Board Meeting #4 - 11:30 AM-1:30 PM, October 11, 2017at Springfield City Hall, Rooms 615 and 616 in the Development and Public Works Department located in the SE Wing of City Hall
  • Stakeholder Sounding Board Meeting #3 - 1-3 PM, August 1, 2017 at Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Room
  • Stakeholder Sounding Board Meeting #2 - 3-5 PM, July 17, 2017 at Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Room
  • Stakeholder Sounding Board Meeting #1 - 1-2 PM, February 10, 2016 at Springfield City Hall, Jesse Maine Room
  • Committee for Citizen Involvement/Planning Commission - 6 PM, January 20, 2016 at Springfield City Hall

Stakeholder Sounding Board Membership
Ken Hill, Freight Interest
Michael Eliason, Rail InterestEWEB Path Crossing
Shane Johnson, Developer Interest
George Grier, Environmental Interest
Allison Camp, Pedestrian & Bicycle Interest
Michael Eyster, Transit Interest
Tim Vohs, Springfield Planning Commission
Dave Jacobson, Ex-MPO Citizen Advisory Committee
Mike Schlosser, Springfield Public Schools
Lane Branch, Downtown Business Interest
Hillary Wylie, Springfield City Council
Vonnie Mikkelsen, Springfield Chamber of Commerce
Darla Robbins, Pedestrian & Bicycle Interest
Ed McMahon, Home Builders Association of Lane County
Sean Dunn, Springfield Planning Commission
Phil Farrington, Developer Interest

Technical Review Team
The City of Springfield is collaborating with partner agencies including Lane County, Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development, City of Eugene, Eugene-Springfield Fire, Lane Council of Governments, Lane Transit District, and Willamalane by inviting their staff to be part of the project’s Technical Review Team.

Current Transportation System Plan - Adopted March 17, 2014
The City of Springfield adopted the Springfield Transportation Plan in July 2014. The 20-year plan looks at how the transportation system is currently being used and identifies the community's multi-modal transportation system vision in order to serve the needs of residents, businesses, and visitors into the future.

Project Manager
Emma Newman, Transportation Planner
enewman@springfield-or.gov
541.726.4585

Para Español
Molly Markarian, Senior Planner
mmarkarian@springfield-or.gov
541.726.4611

 

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