The Sustainability Commission works to create a healthy community now and in the future by proposing measurable solutions to pressing environmental, social and economic concerns to the City of Eugene, its partners and its people.
There are 13 seats on the commission. See the current commissioner roster for information about the appointments and terms.
September 20, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. (Regular Meeting)
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Previous Meeting Recordings
According to HB4212, meeting recordings will remain available on this website for 30 days after the meeting occurs. After 30 days, please visit the City of Eugene YouTube Channel for access to the meeting recordings.
Below are links to access previous work and meeting content completed by the Sustainability Commission
Recommendations to City Council
The Sustainability Commission occasionally recommends positions or policies to City Council on sustainability topics that affect the community. These recommendations have resulted in increasing City Council's awareness on sustainability topics, City Council deciding to explore a topic further through a work session, or the City Council voting to adopt a policy.
FY23 Letters to City Council
Below is a link for recommendations sent to City Council in FY23
- Letter to Provide Input to Revenue Committee
- Letter to Support Beyond Toxics' Health Overlay Zone Concept
- Letter to Support Ordinance Restricting Fossil Fuel Infrastructure in New Residential Buildings
Below is a link to see previous recommendations submitted to City Council
About the Sustainability Commission
- Sustainable practices
- Businesses that produce sustainable products and services
- City building design and infrastructure
- Related issues that directly affect sustainability efforts considered by the City Council
The following documents outline the Sustainability's operating agreements, including but not limited to how meetings are conducted, how decisions are made, and the duties and expectations of commissioners.