Coburg Considers New City Hall

COBURG, Ore. — The Coburg City Council is looking at buying a new building to house its City Hall. The price tag for a new building sits at about a half a million dollars. The city has wanted to move buildings for nearly two decades. Coburg Mayor Jae Pudewell says the move is needed. “It’s … Continue reading »

City Hall Project Contractor Selected

EUGENE, Ore. — A new city hall is one step closer to reality. A local contractor was selected to rebuild the aging structure, Monday. The city has been wanting to rebuild the building on Pearl Street for quite some time because of its vulnerability to earthquakes. After years of uncertainty, city leaders decided to hire … Continue reading »

Eugene Nears City Hall Firm Decision

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene’s one step closer to finding the future designer of the Eugene City Hall. The city narrowed its list of developers for the new city hall down to three; all three finalists have ties to Eugene. Those firms are Robertson Sherwood Architects, Rowell Rokaw Architects and THA Architecture.¬†Two of … Continue reading »

Council Moves to Rebuild City Hall

EUGENE, Ore. — In about two years, Eugene could have a very different-looking city hall. At Wednesday afternoon’s work session, the council voted to start design work on the building. While the decision was unanimous, with Tuesday night’s public hearing fresh on their minds, many councilors did express concerns about how they should go about … Continue reading »

Eugene City Hall Stays at Current Site

EUGENE, Ore. — City hall will remain in the heart of downtown. What it looks like, however, is still up for debate. The old city hall site is boarded up now, but Wednesday we learned it will remain the site for the future city hall. This decision didn’t appease everyone, but councilors can agree it’s … Continue reading »

Councilors Discuss Options for City Hall

EUGENE, Ore. — Finding a new home for City Hall was up for discussion at Monday night’s council meeting. Councilors listened to several people during a public forum about the three options on the table; renovate the current city hall site, rebuild on the site or relocate to the EWEB building on Fourth Street. Most … Continue reading »

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