Potential MURA Extension

Potential Extension of the Medford Urban Renewal District

The Medford Urban Renewal Board is considering extending the existing district which would allow for $22 million in improvements. The board and the City needs the public's input to help determine what projects to focus on if the loan is extended. View the Medford Urban Renewal boundary map here.

Please join us on the following dates in the Council Chambers inside the City Hall building located at 411 West 8th St.:
Thursday, May 18 at 6:00 pm
Thursday, June 15 at 6:00 pm
Thursday, July 20 at 6:00 pm

Can't attend one of the public meetings? You can still share your project ideas for the Medford Urban Renewal Project. Email your project ideas and comments to comments@cityofmedford.org. Comments must be received by Friday, June 16th at 5:00 pm.

Projects such as Pear Blossom Park, Hawthorne Park, One West Main building and more were all made possible by the Medford Urban Renewal Plan. Click here to see more Medford Urban Renewal Agency

Medford City Councilor, Kevin Stine, spoke with NBC5's Kristin Hosfelt about the Medford Urban Renewal project: 

Background Information: The City Center Revitalization Plan is a 576.51 acre, Urban Renewal Plan for the City of Medford, Oregon. The Urban Renewal Area is located entirely within the incorporated City of Medford and consists of a single​ geographic area of the City with a total 1988-89 taxable true cash value of $125,533,500.

The mission of the Urban Renewal Agency's Board is to eliminate blight and depreciating property values in areas within the Agency's jurisdiction and in the process, attract anesthetically pleasing, job producing private investments that will improve and stabilize property values and protect the Area's historic places and values.
Additional Department Information

Medford Urban Renewal Department Contacts

411 W. 8th Street
Medford, OR 97501
Phone: (541) 774-2700
Fax: (541) 618-1700

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