Parks and Open Space

State of the Parks Report

Check out what's happening in Parks and Open Space


  

Please use caution in parks


Although some of Eugene’s parks have been cleared of tree debris on the ground, trees in parks have not yet been thoroughly assessed for dangerous limbs. Tree scouts are working across the city to assess damage and place caution tape around trees that are deemed to have hazardous limbs. This work will be followed by tree crews who will remove limbs. Due to the extent of the damage caused by the December 2016 ice storm, this process could take months. For your safety, please continue to use caution in parks around trees. 

2016 State of Eugene’s Parks Report is available. Learn about the present condition of parks, current challenges and future plans. 

Amazon Park Playground

 will reopen spring 2017 following major renovations that will make the new playground more accessible to all park visitors.

Charnel Mulligan Park

 is also undergoing a major facelift and is scheduled to reopen in 2017. 

Eugene's parks and natural areas go smoke-free



PARKS and RECreate Vision for Eugene's Recreational Spaces
An Economic View of Eugene's Parks
Eugene Trails Plan
The Guide to Natural Area Restoration in the Willamette Valley


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www.eugene-or.gov/parks
www.eugene-or.gov/pos