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Civic Stadium Reference Documents

Property Information
Related School Board Policies

School Board Meeting Materials

School board meeting materials and audio recordings are posted at the 4J BoardBook.

Request for Proposals

 

Fast Facts About Civic Stadium
A message from the school board

RFP Document & RFP Addendum
Request for Proposals for Acquisition of the Civic Stadium Properties. Proposals were accepted between Oct. 4, 2013, and Dec. 3, 2013.

Superintendent’s Recommendation
• Overview
• Full Recommendation

Proposal Summaries and Next Steps
Four proposals were received in December 2013. Three proposers were considered to be in the competitive range. These proposers answered clarifying questions and were invited to submit their best and final offer in January 2014.

Revenue Comparisons
• Revenue Comparison of Revised Proposals
• Property Tax Revenue Estimates

Proposal Documents

 

Property Information

Civic Stadium Property Appraisal
A property appraisal completed in October 2013 estimates the real market value of the Civic Stadium properties at $5.5 million or more.

Civic Stadium As-Built Drawings
Download and unpack this zip file to access dozens of maps, diagrams, drawings, aerial photos and other documents dating from 1938 to 2008.

Civic Stadium Site Surveys
Surveys of the Civic Stadium property from 1969 and 1999.

Recent Boundary Survey
Boundary survey of Civic Stadium properties, completed in October 2010. A copy of the AutoCAD file is available upon request; please email your request to civicrfp@4j.lane.edu.

Asbestos Information and Survey Report

Preliminary Title Report and Attachments

Property Boundaries Aerial Image
An aerial image of the Civic Stadium property and surrounding lots, with current property boundaries marked and labeled.

Tax Lot Acquisition Aerial Image
An aerial image of the Civic Stadium property and surrounding lots, showing when each portion of the property was acquired by the school district.

Needs Projection Estimate
A needs projection, completed in October 2009 by construction trade members of the Eugene Chamber of Commerce, found that it would require approximately $10.2 million to bring Civic Stadium to current building code compliance and minor league baseball requirements.

Proposed Findings of Fact
Staff presented this report to the school board on May 19, 2010. The findings state why the district no longer needs the property, zoning and land use restrictions on the property, and community input received to date.

Consultants’ Disposition Options
The district’s real estate consultant team undertook an analysis of the Civic Stadium property and Eugene’s real estate market, and in February 2010 presented to the school board an array of options for the stadium and adjacent properties.

Consultants’ Recommendation
The district’s real estate consultant team recommended that the school district sell the Civic Stadium property through a Request for Proposal process, and sell two nearby residential parcels separately. However, the district’s superintendent recommended and the school board decided that the residential parcels would be retained to allow them to be included in any proposals submitted through an RFP process.

 

Related School Board Policies

Real Property Management
Board Policy DFD defines how property should be classified as “in use,” “reserve,” or “surplus.” Surplus property (property which is not needed to support the educational program or for a definable future district use) shall be managed to maximize the financial return to the district while taking potential community benefit into consideration. This policy also lays out objectives for the district’s real property management.

Land Use Decisions
The district’s process for making decisions about the purchase, lease or sale of properties is spelled out in Board Policy FB.

Disposition of Property
Board Policy DFDB states that the board’s process for any long-term lease or sale will include public involvement and board approval of the criteria to be used in the disposition. It also notes that preference may be given to other public agencies.

 

Previous Property Disposition Process

Recent History: 2010–2011 Process
Information and materials from the property disposition process in 2010–2011.