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Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement
99 West 10th Avenue
Eugene, Oregon 97401

Michael Kinnison
Program Manager
Ph: 541-682-5009

Cindy Clarke
Program Coordinator
Ph: 541-682-5272

Rene Kane
Neighborhood Planner
Ph: 541-682-6243

Lorna Flormoe
Neighborhood Planner
Ph: 541-682-5670
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My Neighborhood
Eugene Host National Conference - Neighborhoods, USA
Eugene hosted the Neighborhoods, USA (NUSA) 2014 conference May 21-24, 2014. For more information on the workshops and tours go to eugene-or.gov/nusa2014  

Benefits of A Neighborhood Association
Eugene has twenty-three (23) recognized neighborhood associations. Neighborhood involvement gives you an opportunity to have a voice in decisions that affect the livability of your neighborhood. Your neighborhood association is a great way to partner with other neighbors, the City and other organizations to develop solutions to shared problems. Being part of a neighborhood association connects you to people who share your vision of a healthy, vibrant and safe community.

Get Involved
Neighborhood associations are volunteer organizations that thrive and grow when everyone is involved. The following is a small sampling of the things that you can do to involve yourself in your neighborhood:

Protecting Neighborhood Livability
Maintaining safe and livable neighborhoods for all is a shared responsibility.  Whether you are a long time homeowner, renter or here just a short time while attending college, we all have a part to play.  Be active, have fun and get involved in your community--but most of all Be a Good Neighbor!   Here are a number of valuable resources that promote livability in our neighborhoods:

My Ward and My Association