Long Range Planning and Capital Improvement Program
The Long Range Planning and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) teams are responsible for the planning, design and construction of public improvements, establishing and operating an efficient and safe multi-modal transportation system, and developing and delivering comprehensive land use plans and associated refinement plans.
This is accomplished through the following primary programs:
Infrastructure Planning (Transportation, Stormwater, and Wastewater)
Each of these programs also include a variety of sub-programs and associated activities that together enable the successful implementation of our program responsibilities.
Lane Livability Consortium
Springfield is a member of the Lane Livability Consortium. The Lane Livability Consortium was founded in 2010 to bring together regional leaders in Lane County for economic development, higher education, transportation, affordable housing, water and energy, and social equity to build upon the Eugene-Springfield region’s successes and to further integrate livability into our plans and strategies
The Lane Livability Consortium was made possible through a Sustainable Communities Grant received by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Lane County region was one of the first areas in the nation to receive such a grant.