Some Questions for Downtown Eugene, Oregon

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Some Questions for Downtown Eugene, Oregon

Postby Kevin » Thu Apr 27, 2006 7:39 pm

What would you like downtown Eugene to be like?

What is your favorite place in downtown Eugene?

What is your favorite public spot in downtown Eugene?

What would you like to keep about downtown Eugene?

What would you like to change about downtown Eugene?

What other cities should we look at for positive examples when planning downtown Eugene?

What other cities should we look at for examples of things to avoid when planning downtown Eugene?

Who do you think are appropriate stakeholders to participate in palnning downtown Eugene?

Do you have a favorite view into or out of downtown Eugene?

What would you like to see along the downtown riverfront, from the EWEB headquarters going south and east, once EWEB moves away their operations facilities?

What would you like to see in the Cannery District, adjacent to the new federal courthouse, over the next few years?

How do you think city and urban renewal funds should be used in relation to downtown?

Would you ever like to live in an apartment downtown? Under what conditions?

How many times in a month do you go to downtown? What's a range of how long you typically stay when you go downtown?

What is your favorite thing to do in downtown Eugene? Do you do it often?
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