UO submits building permit for North Campus along riverfront

The University of Oregon Campus Planning department formally submitted their North Campus Conditional Use Permit to the city of Eugene for approval Monday.

A 30-day grace period exists on the application, so Campus Planning will have the opportunity to tinker with the suggested plan based on suggestions from the city. Once the application is considered complete, a comprehensive review process will begin by the city. A decision whether or not to approve the permit is expected this summer.

A subject of much debate, the current North Campus Conditional Use Permit suggests development of the area north of the railroad tracks, including space for three athletic fields and restoration of the riverbank.

Full North Campus Proposal document here

Read the full story about the permit this Monday, March 5.

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Franklin Lewis

Franklin is a senior News writer for the Daily Emerald. Born and raised in San Francisco, he writes about university culture past, present and future. He also hosts the Spotlight on Science podcast for the Emerald Podcast Network.

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