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January 6, 2017 City Council Newsletter January 6, 2017 City Council Newsletter
  • Eugene Marijuana Tax Took Effect on January 1
  • City HOME Funds Support Housing Opportunity for Homeless Teens in South Eugene
  • Green Building Program Helps Fund Sustainable Homes Professional Course in 2017
  • Council Links
December 30, 2016 City Council Newsletter December 30, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Public Works Crews Focus on Ice Storm Clean Up
  • City Receives Funding for Repair Cafe Project Launch
  • Council Links
December 16, 2016 City Council Newsletter December 16, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Ice Storm Challenges Public Works
  • Winter Break Fun for Teens & Kids at the Library
  • Expanding Capacity of SVDP Eugene Service Station to Serve People Experiencing Homelessness
  • Speed Limit to Change on River Road
  • Citizen Panel Reconvenes, Looks at Possible Bond
  • Council Links
December 2, 2016 City Council Newsletter December 2, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Staffer Chosen to Lead Oregon Risk Management Association
  • The Nutcracker By and For Kids at the Library
  • Oregon RAIN Welcomes Marc Manley as New Exec Director
  • Food Waste Collection has Pilot Program in Harlow Area
  • Council Links
November 18, 2016 City Council Newsletter November 18, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Council Council Renews Commitment to Safe, Inclusive Community
  • Fire Department's Women's Fire Camp Video Receives a National Government Programming Award
  • Library Volunteers Help Kids Learn to Read
  • Hate & Bias Incident Reporting and Response
  • Climate Projects Featured in Cities100 Publication
November 10, 2016 City Council Newsletter November 10, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Eugene Downtown Fiber Team Receives Statewide Award
  • Mayor Piercy Leads Downtown Holiday Kickoff Celebration
  • Council Links
November 4, 2016 City Council Newsletter November 4, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  1. Grand Opening of Bascom Village Phase II
  2. Minor Changes to Leaf Collection Program
  3. GIS Day Coming up on November 16
  4. Donated Property Provides Burn-to-Learn Opportunity
  5. Pilot Project to Evaluate Synthetic Fibers in Willamette Street
  6. Council Links
October 28, 2016 City Council Newsletter October 28, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • New Program rEV's Up
  • Let's Create Places for People in Downtown Eugene
  • Volunteer at the Library's Maker Hub
  • Council Links
October 14, 2016 City Council Newsletter October 14, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Parks and Open Spaces Releases Short Film Highlighting Response to Illegal Camping
  • City of Eugene Assists Track Town USA in Achieving Evergreen Level Certification
  • Pre-Mash Winter Wear, Bike Gear Fashion Show
  • Halloween Festivities in Downtown Eugene
  • Council Links
October 7, 2016 City Council Newsletter October 7, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Waste Prevention and Green Building Outreach to Latino Owned Businesses
  • Eugene Sunday Streets Breaks Attendance Record
  • Eugene Garners Health and Safety Awards
  • The Real Laura Ingalls Wilder at Eugene Public Library
  • Amazon Creek Restoration Wins Award
  • Council Links
September 30, 2016 City Council Newsletter September 30, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Community Court is Off to a Successful Start
  • Community Comes Together to Build a Safer and More Welcoming Community
  • Eugene Launches Vision Zero Transportation Safety Initiative
  • Council Links
September 23, 2016 City Council Newsletter September 23, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Park Watch Committee Releases New Report
  • Eugene Sunday Streets Returns This Sunday
  • Sustainable Homes Professional Course a Success
  • Food Waste Curbside Collection Pilot Launches in Friendly Neighborhood This Week
  • Council Links
September 16, 2016 City Council Newsletter September 16, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Trolley Tracks Unearthed Under Willamette Street
  • Neighborhood Matching Grant Cycle Opens
  • City Hosts National Preparedness Month Events
  • It's National Library Card Sign-Up Month
  • Historic Marker Returns to Downtown Eugene
  • Council Links
September 9, 2016 City Council Newsletter September 9, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Public Input Sought for Regional Solid Waste Management Plan to Reduce Waste
  • Political Cartoonist Jack Ohman at the Library
  • Traffic Advisory: Road Work Nears for Willamette Street
  • Council Links
September 2, 2016 City Council Newsletter September 2, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Multiple Projects Underway to Improve Safety for Bicyclists and Pedestrians
  • New Video Highlights Eugene's Emergency Management Program
  • Council Links
August 26, 2016 City Council Newsletter August 26, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Two Park Renovation Projects Begin in Late August
  • City Seeks Community Input on Multi-family Housing Options
  • Bicycle Advisory Committee Shifts Gears to Focus on Transportation
August 19, 2016 City Council Newsletter August 19, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Amazon Pool Reduces Food Waste
  • National Recognition for Public Works Wastewater Division
  • City Ramps up Historic Landmark Applications
  • Engineer Hits the Street to Listen to Businesses
  • Council Links
August 12, 2016 City Council Newsletter August 12, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Busy, Record-Setting Summer at EUG
  • Spanish Bilingual Social Services Guide Available
  • Acting Traffic Engineer Recognized for Leadership Excellence
  • Council Links
August 5, 2016 City Council Newsletter August 5, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • City Supports Sustainability at 2016 Track and Field Trials
  • New 20x21 Mural Planned for McDonald Theater
  • Annual BRING Home & Garden Tour This September
  • Eugene Sunday Streets, Breaking Records
  • Cyclists Applaud Street Repair Program
  • Council Links
July 29, 2016 City Council Newsletter July 29, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Sunday Streets Rolls Into Downtown This Weekend
  • Downtown is Happening Interactive Map
  • Barrier Helps Curb Illegal Camping and Dumping
  • Council Links
July 22, 2016 City Council Newsletter July 22, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • City Receives Funding for Wildfire Risk Reduction in Ridgeline Parks
  • Transformation of The Plaza @ The Hult
  • Eugene Engineer Highlighted in Popular Magazine
  • Grant Helps Pay for Vision Zero
  • Eugene Telecommunications Manager Elected Vice-Chair of Regional Fiber Consortium
  • Council Links
July 15, 2016 City Council Newsletter July 15, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Changes Continue on South Willamette Street
  • Eugene Public Library's Annual Teddy Bear Picnic
  • Tiny Fibers Provide Needed Reinforcement for Park
  • Eugene Outdoor Rec Celebrates 50th Anniversary on July 23
  • Water Channel Improved to Restore Flows
  • Council Links
July 8, 2016 City Council Newsletter July 8, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Volunteer
July 1, 2016 City Council Newsletter July 1, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Campbell Community Center Receives Award from the US Department of the Treasury
  • Differing Messages Emerge on LED Streetlights
  • Biocycle Farm Replanted for First Time
  • City Highlights Youth Fitness and Sustainability Activities at Olympic Trials
  • New Fiscal Year Brings New Goals for Public Works
  • Council Links
June 24, 2016 City Council Newsletter June 24, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • City of Eugene Supports Sustainability at the 2016 SportsTown Awards
  • Seven Tons of Debris Kept From Flowing into the Willamette River
June 17, 2016 City Council Newsletter June 17, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Starting July1: More Library Hours
  • Highway 99 Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge Opening Celebration
  • All of Us! Disaster and Resilience Planning for Eugene's Most Vulnerable Residents
  • Every Corner is a Crosswalk
  • Fun Shows Kick Off Summer for Kids at Eugene Public Library
  • Eugene Marathon Receives Gold in Sustainability
  • New Life for Charnel Mulligan Park
  • Public Works Recommended for Re-Accreditation
  • Council Links
June 10, 2016 City Council Newsletter June 10, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Local Students Bring Waste Prevention and Composting Education in Schools Presentation to Mayor
  • Mural Project Transforms Eugene Intersection
  • Fuels Reduction, Habitat Restoration and a New Trail Underway Soon at Wild Iris Ridge Park
  • International Town & Gown Conference Coming to Eugene
  • High Praise for 2016 Enhanced Street Repair Program Project
  • Council Links
June 3, 2016 City Council Newsletter June 3, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Sign Up! Summer Reading for All Ages at Eugene Public Library
  • Eugene Outdoors is Activating the Power of Parks
  • Council Links
May 27, 2016 City Council Newsletter May 27, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Journalist Donnell Alexander at Eugene Public Library
  • South Willamette Street Restriping Set for Next Week
  • Real Talk Youth Summit: Our History, Racism, Our Future
  • Public Hearing Set for Transportation System Plan
  • Wetlands Nature Walk with a Cop
  • Public Works Tradition Inspires Thousands of Smiles
  • Downtown Gets Bugged
  • Council Links
May 20, 2016 City Council Newsletter May 20, 2016 City Council Newsletter
  • Exploring Eugene on Inaugural Jane's Walk Festival
  • EUGfun! Presents Free Community Events All Summer Long
  • Presidential Candidate Visit Managed Successfully
May 13, 2016 - City Council Newsletter May 13, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • Amazon Pool Opens for Lap Swimming May 23
  • Public Works Day is Nearly Here
  • 942 Olive Opening Supports Growing Downtown Tech Cluster
  • Rocky Mountain Institute Helping Eugene Increase Resilience
  • Delegation from Boulder Visits Eugene
May 6, 2016 - City Council Newsletter May 6, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • U of O "Real World Eugene" Class
  • Community Conversations Building Unity
  • Maker Expo at Eugene Public Library
  • National Historic Preservation Month Events
  • 1Pass Provides Opportunities for Youth This Summer
  • Sheep Put to Work on Biocycle Farm
  • Metro TV and Parks and Open Space Win Telly Award
  • Amazon Creek & City Rain Gardens
  • 2016 Business Commute Challenge
  • Wayne Morse Family Farm Open House
April 28, 2016 - City Council Newsletter April 28, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • HIGHEST NUMBER OF PEDESTRIANS COUNTED DOWNTOWN SINCE 2011
April 21, 2016 - City Council Newsletter April 21, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • RAILROAD QUIET ZONE TOPIC OF PUBLIC MEETING TUESDAY
  • VEGGIE MOB TEACHES COMMUNITY ABOUT FOOD WASTE PREVENTION
April 14, 2016 - City Council Newsletter April 14, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • EUGENE REC SUMMER PROGRAM REGISTRATION HAS BEGUN
  • DIVERSITY OUTDOORS: JAMES MILLS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • 2015 TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS PROGRAMMING A SUCCESS
  • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS CONTINUES TO GROW
April 7, 2016 - City Council Newsletter April 7, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • METRO TV CHANNEL 21 TO RECEIVE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL FILMS ON SPECIAL LOAN
  • 2015 TOXICS RIGHT-TO-KNOW PROGRAM DATA NOW AVAILABLE
  • (SUB)URBAN PROJECTIONS MULTIMEDIA FESTIVAL OFFERS UNIQUE, IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE
  • TEEN COURT GIVES EXPERIENCE IN DECISION-MAKING, COMMUNICATION, LAW AND ETHICS
March 31, 2016 - City Council Newsletter March 31, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY PARTNERS WITH NEDCO AND FERTILAB TO OFFER MICRO-ENTERPRISE CLASSES
March 24, 2016 - City Council Newsletter March 24, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • PUBLIC OUTREACH NEXT STEP IN RAILROAD QUIET ZONE PROCESS
  • EUGENE SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM DRILL
March 17, 2016 - City Council Newsletter March 17, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY WASTE PREVENTION PROGRAM PARTNERS WITH BRING FOR ATRIUM WASTE ASSESSMENT
March 10, 2016 - City Council Newsletter March 10, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • CENTRAL SERVICES BOOK CLUB SUPPORTS COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONS
  • CIVIL WAR FOOTBALL GAME GETS GOLD FOR SUSTAINABILITY
  • HOME SHOW BOOTH REMINDS VISITORS ABOUT RISKS AT HOME
March 3, 2016 - City Council Newsletter March 3, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • MOVINGAHEAD OPEN HOUSE: OPPORTUNITY TO PROVIDE INPUT ON MAJOR EUGENE STREETS
  • PRIMARY ELECTION UPDATE
February 25, 2016 - City Council Newsletter February 25, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY OF EUGENE FEATURED IN OPPORTUNITY@WORK VIDEO
  • COMMUNITY ARTS GRANT PROGRAM FUNDED BY CITY OF EUGENE CULTURAL SERVICES
  • NEW LOOK AT LTD ROUTES DRIVES PUBLIC CONVERSATION
February 11, 2016 - City Council Newsletter February 11, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • LAND ACQUIRED FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING ON RIVER ROAD
  • CITY EXPANDS OVER-THE-COUNTER COMMERCIAL EXPRESS PERMIT PROGRAM
  • EBUILD FEATURED ON “WORKING CITY”
  • GEOLOGY AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES STUDY WILL BENEFIT EUGENE AND SPRINGFIELD
  • EUGENE WATER & ELECTRIC BOARD OFFERING EMERGENCY WATER CONTAINERS AGAIN
  • CITY RECEIVES AWARDS FOR RACIAL EQUITY WORK
February 4, 2016 - City Council Newsletter February 4, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • ANNUAL OREGON ASIAN CELEBRATION HOLDS 31ST EVENT
  • MAYOR PIERCY ATTENDS WHITE HOUSE SUMMIT ON EARTHQUAKE RESILIENCE
  • CORVALLIS FOLLOWING CITY OF EUGENE’S LEAD WITH CLIMATE ACTION PLAN
  • CENTRAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT VOLUNTEER INITIATIVE
  • SHAKESPEARE EVENTS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
January 28, 2016 - City Council Newsletter January 28, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • EUGENE ENGINEER AWARDED INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP TO STUDY VISION ZERO
  • COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS SEEK TO BUILD UNITY IN COMMUNITY
January 21, 2016 - City Council Newsletter January 21, 2016 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY BOOTH FOCUSES ON A HEALTHY GARDEN FOR EVERYONE
  • DETAILS FINALIZED FOR SOUTH WILLAMETTE STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
October 22, 2015 - City Council Newsletter October 22, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • FIRE DEPARTMENT AND EWEB CREATE VIDEO ON FIRE HYDRANT TESTING
  • PARKS AND OPEN SPACE DIVISION RECOGNIZED FOR MANAGEMENT OF RIDGELINE PARK AND TRAIL
  • CITY STAFF AND PARTNERS COLLABORATE TO MAKE PRESIDENTIAL VISIT SAFE AND SUCCESSFUL
October 15, 2015 - City Council Newsletter October 15, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • “WILLAMETTE TO WILLAMETTE” SEEKS INPUT ON CONNECTING DOWNTOWN TO RIVER ON 8TH
  • SQUAD CAR MAINTENANCE TEAM HONORED WITH GOVERNOR’S VOLUNTEER AWARD
  • FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR MAYOR’S BOLD STEPS AWARD
  • 7TH ANNUAL HOUSING PROCLAMATION AND GRAND OPENING OF BASCOM VILLAGE PHASE I
October 8, 2015 - City Council Newsletter October 8, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • SPENCER BUTTE SUMMIT TRAIL EARNS PROJECT OF YEAR AWARD
  • GRAND OPENING OF POLK STREET APARTMENTS – AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR FOSTER CARE YOUTH
  • “THE MOCKINGBIRD NEXT DOOR” AUTHOR AT THE DOWNTOWN LIBRARY
  • CARGO BIKE EVENT TO TEST EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS OF CYCLISTS AND FAMILIES
  • CELEBRATE IN DOWNTOWN EUGENE BEFORE DUCK GAMES
October 1, 2015 - City Council Newsletter October 1, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • STATE ENERGY GRANT WILL HELP PAY FOR LED STREETLIGHT CONVERSION
  • AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR A.S. KING AT THE DOWNTOWN LIBRARY
September 24, 2015 - City Council Newsletter September 24, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS SURPASSES PREVIOUS YEARS
September 17, 2015 - City Council Newsletter September 17, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • HAZARDOUS FUELS REDUCTION AND HABITAT RESTORATION BEGINS AT WILD IRIS RIDGE
  • PARKING SUPERVISOR EARNS GREEN GARAGE ASSESSORS CERTIFICATE
  • EUGENE SPRINGFIELD FIRE DEPARTMENT RECEIVES RECOGNITION FOR FIREFIGHTER GRANTS
  • BRING HOME AND GARDEN TOUR SUNDAY
September 10, 2015 - City Council Newsletter September 10, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • HAZARDOUS FUELS REDUCTION AND HABITAT RESTORATION BEGINS AT WILD IRIS RIDGE
  • PARKING SUPERVISOR EARNS GREEN GARAGE ASSESSORS CERTIFICATE
  • EUGENE SPRINGFIELD FIRE DEPARTMENT RECEIVES RECOGNITION FOR FIREFIGHTER GRANTS
  • BRING HOME AND GARDEN TOUR SUNDAY
August 13, 2015 - City Council Newsletter August 13, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • PUBLIC WORKS PICNIC: PLANNING AND PURCHASING PREVENTS WASTE
  • HUMOR AND YOUTH TALENT SHOW AT LIBRARY
  • MOVINGAHEAD TEAM SEEKS INPUT ON TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR CONCEPTS
August 6, 2015 - City Council Newsletter August 6, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • LEARN CYBER SECURITY ONLINE
  • MAYOR’S BOLD STEPS AWARD APPLICATION PROCESS OPEN
July 30, 2015 - City Council Newsletter July 30, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • FREE VISION SCREENINGS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • DIGITAL DOJO EARNS NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR DIGITAL EQUITY
  • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS A SUCCESS!
July 23, 2015 - City Council Newsletter July 23, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • DOWNTOWN CREWS DEMONSTRATE “CLEAN WATER” MESSAGE
July 16, 2015 - City Council Newsletter July 16, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • SIX THOUSAND PARTICIPANTS EXPECTED AT JULY 26 SUNDAY STREETS EVENT
  • CITY STAFF RECEIVES GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENT
  • FIFTH ANNUAL YOUNG WOMEN’S FIRE CAMP A SUCCESS
  • BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION WILL BENEFIT PEOPLE WHO DRIVE, BIKE, WALK AND USE TRANSIT
  • OAK SAVANNA AND CONIFER WOODLAND RESTORATION TO BEGIN AT MURRAY HILL
July 9, 2015 - City Council Newsletter July 9, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • SUMMER FUN AND LEARNING FOR KIDS AT THE LIBRARY
July 2, 2015 - City Council Newsletter July 2, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY RECEIVES COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE GRANT FOR WILDFIRE PREVENTION IN RIDGELINE
  • ROAD REPAIR SEASON HITS HALFWAY MARK
June 25, 2015 - City Council Newsletter June 25, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • SUMMER FOR TEENS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • OPEN HOUSE: LATINOS AND EUGENE PARKS
  • OUTLOOK: EUGENE DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES
June 18, 2015 - City Council Newsletter June 18, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • FUN SHOWS KICK OFF SUMMER FOR KIDS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN SCHOOL CLEAN WATER PROGRAM ON RISE
  • CITY OF EUGENE PITCHES IN TO MAKE TRACK AND FIELD EVENTS SUSTAINABLE
  • LOCAL KIDS GET A TASTE OF THE OLYMPICS
  • SMARTTRIPS PROGRAM HELPS SOUTHEAST AND FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS TRAVEL IN HEALTHY WAYS
June 11, 2015 - City Council Newsletter June 11, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • CLEAN WATER TEAM VIDEO MAKES A SPLASH ON LOCAL AIRWAVES
  • “WALKABLE CITY” AUTHOR TO SPEAK AT THE STUDIO ON JUNE 17
  • NEW LOAN FUND FOR EUGENE ARTISTS NOW AVAILABLE
  • EUGENE’S ENTREPRENEUR AND TECH SECTORS SPRING INTO ACTION
June 4, 2015 - City Council Newsletter June 4, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • SUMMER READING PROGRAM FOR ALL AGES AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • PUBLIC WORKS STAFF ON BOARDS FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND CLEAN WATER TECHNOLOGIES
May 28, 2015 - City Council Newsletter May 28, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • EUGFUN! OFFERS FREE FAMILY EVENTS ALL SUMMER LONG
  • EUGENE’S WORKING CITY TV VIDEO WINS TELLY PROGRAMMING AWARD
  • CITY TEAMS SUCCESSFUL IN BUSINESS COMMUTE CHALLENGE
May 21, 2015 - City Council Newsletter May 21, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY TO WELCOME DELEGATION FROM KAKEGAWA, JAPAN
May 14, 2015 - City Council Newsletter May 14, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • PUBLIC WORKS DAY - THURSDAY, MAY 21
  • CELEBRATE NATURE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
May 7, 2015 - City Council Newsletter May 7, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • STUDY WILL GUIDE FUTURE OF EUGENE’S RECREATIONAL SPACES AND PLACES
  • WELCOMING PARKS FOR COMMUNITY’S LATINO NEIGHBORS
  • HOOPLA! FREE STREAMING MOVIES AND TV SHOWS FROM EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • LOW-COST SUMMER YOUTH PASS NOW AVAILABLE
  • LOCAL TEENS LEARN ABOUT FIRE AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES CAREERS
  • FOUNDATION RAISES FUNDS FOR STUDENTS THROUGH COMMUNITY SALE
  • CITY LEADS STATE IN USE OF RAP
April 30, 2015 - City Council Newsletter April 30, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT AND CITY OF EUGENE KICK OFF “MOVINGAHEAD” WITH MAY WORKSHOPS
  • NORTHWEST WOMEN WRITERS SYMPOSIUM AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • SOUTH WILLAMETTE STREET IMPROVEMENT PLAN: PILOT PROJECT CONSTRUCTION AHEAD
  • PUBLIC WORKS DIVERSITY COMMITTEE GARNERS NATIONAL AWARD FOR ACTION PLAN
  • PARTICIPATE WITH A TEAM IN THE 2015 BUSINESS COMMUTE CHALLENGE
  • PUBLIC WORKS DRAFT AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT TRANSITION PLAN AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW
  • LOVE FOOD NOT WASTE PROGRAM SUPPORTS SEED TO SUPPER
  • OPEN HOUSE ON FINAL PHASE OF I-5@BELTLINE INTERCHANGE PROJECT
  • RAIN RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR EXCELLENCE IN TOWN-GOWN RELATIONS
April 23, 2015 - City Council Newsletter April 23, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • HIKING TALKS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARIES
  • NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTS HEALTHY PRODUCT CHOICES, PET-FRIENDLY GARDENS
  • CITY LAUNCHES ONLINE BUILDING PLAN REVIEW AND PERMITTING
  • CITY OF EUGENE PARK AMBASSADOR PROGRAM LAUNCHED
April 16, 2015 - City Council Newsletter April 16, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • KIDS DIG IN: CITY SUPPORTS WASTE PREVENTION EDUCATION IN BETHEL SCHOOL DISTRICT
  • DÍA DE LOS NIÑOS/DÍA DE LOS LIBROS AT EUGENE AND SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARIES
April 9, 2015 - City Council Newsletter April 9, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • WEST EUGENE WETLAND MITIGATION BANK HAS SOLD ITS FINAL CREDITS
  • WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT TOURS REVEAL LOCAL EFFORTS TO PROTECT WATERWAYS
  • 2014 TOXICS RIGHT-TO-KNOW PROGRAM DATA NOW AVAILABLE
  • METRO TV CHANNEL 21 RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL FILMS ON SPECIAL LOAN
April 2, 2015 - City Council Newsletter April 2, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • SPENCER BUTTE SUMMIT TRAIL PROJECT BEGINS
  • ANNUAL BOOK SALE FUNDRAISER FOR EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
March 26, 2015 - City Council Newsletter March 26, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • YARD CHEMICALS VIDEO TRANSLATED TO SPANISH
March 19, 2015 - City Council Newsletter March 19, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • BUSINESS GIVES BACK TO COMMUNITY BY LOVING FOOD, NOT WASTE
March 12, 2015 - City Council Newsletter March 12, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • “KNOW WHAT’S SAFE” FOCUS OF HOME SHOW BOOTH
  • “FUN SHOWS FOR KIDS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
March 5, 2015 - City Council Newsletter March 5, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY SEEKS FEEDBACK ON DRAFT PLAN FOR HOUSING AND COMMUNITY
  • DEVELOPMENT FUNDS THRILLER WRITER KEVIN O'BRIEN AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • PURCHASING STAFF HOSTS TABLE AT REVERSE VENDOR FAIR
February 19, 2015 - City Council Newsletter February 19, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • SWEENEY TODD EVENTS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • FIND FUN, ADVENTURE AND ACTIVITY AT RECREATION’S SPRING BREAK CAMPS
February 12, 2015 - City Council Newsletter February 12, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • HANDS-ON CREATIVITY AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
February 5, 2015 - City Council Newsletter February 5, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • NEW STUDY VALUES EUGENE’S PARKS AND NATURAL AREAS AT OVER $42 MILLION PER YEAR
  • CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) DISCUSSED
January 29, 2015 - City Council Newsletter January 29, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • TEACHERS LEARN ABOUT CITY RESOURCES TO ADD INTEREST TO LESSON PLANS
  • KEEP NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS GOING STRONG – WITH COMMIT TO FIT!
  • CELEBRATE ASIAN CULTURAL DIVERSITY INNOVATIVE MAP MAKER DAVE IMUS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
January 22, 2015 - City Council Newsletter January 22, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • NEWS CONFERENCE SCHEDULED ABOUT UPCOMING WORK ON WEST EUGENE EMX PROJECT
  • ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION FAIR AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • CITY’S ‘GOOD EARTH’ BOOTH FOCUSES ON CLEAN WATER FOR ALL
January 15, 2015 - City Council Newsletter January 15, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC NAMED 2015 BOLD STEPS AWARD WINNER
  • EARLY LITERACY TRAINING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
January 8, 2015 - City Council Newsletter January 8, 2015 - City Council Newsletter
  • OUTDOOR PROGRAM OPENS DOOR TO NATURE IN WINTER
  • PUBLIC WORKS ANNUAL REPORT PUBLISHED ONLINE
  • ONE-ON-ONE JOBHUNTING HELP AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
December 31, 2014 - City Council Newsletter December 31, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY AWARDED “READY TO READ” GRANT
December 18, 2014 - City Council Newsletter December 18, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • NEXT WORKING CITY EPISODE: EUGENE SPRINGFIELD FIRE’S ROLE AT AUTZEN STADIUM ON GAME DAY
  • PUBLIC INVITED TO WEIGH IN ON URBAN GROWTH BOUNDARY RECOMMENDATIONS
  • WINTER BREAK FOR KIDS AND TEENS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • CAMPAIGN INVITES PLANNERS TO “BOOK AN ACCESSIBLE VENUE”
December 11, 2014 - City Council Newsletter December 11, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROJECT NEARING COMPLETION
  • LEARN ABOUT LOW-COST AND FREE HEALTH INSURANCE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • FUN, FITNESS, AND FRIENDSHIPS IN WINTER/SPRING EUGENE RECREATION GUIDE
December 4, 2014 - City Council Newsletter December 4, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • REST STOP VETERANS CONTINUE CARING FOR EUGENE’S PARKS
  • SHOWS BY AND FOR KIDS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE OFFERS FUN AND CHANCE TO BEND RULES
  • INPUT SOUGHT FOR TRANSPORTATION SAFETY ACTION PLAN UPDATE
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  • NTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY CELEBRATION: DECEMBER 10
November 26, 2014 - City Council Newsletter November 26, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • TURKEY BURN A THANKSGIVING TRADITION
  • 50 STREET TREES TO BE PLANTED NEAR WEST EUGENE EMX CORRIDOR
November 20, 2014 - City Council Newsletter November 20, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • THE GREEN PLOW JUICERY WINS COMPOST PHOTO COMPETITION
  • CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY FOR BASCOM VILLAGE
  • OUTDOOR PROGRAM OFFERS WINTER “WARM UP”
  • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY HOSTS “BECOMING A FOSTER PARENT”
  • NEWEST MEMBER OF THE RIDGELINE TRAIL SYSTEM WELCOMED
November 13, 2014 - City Council Newsletter November 13, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • FOUNDATION WORKS TO KEEP DOOR OPEN TO RECREATION
  • EPD RELEASES NEW CRASH REDUCTION VIDEO TIPS
November 6, 2014 - City Council Newsletter November 6, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • ‘WALK YOUR WHEELS’ MESSAGE HITS THE STREETS
  • WELL-INFORMED PUBLIC READY FOR LEAF SEASON TO BEGIN
  • ROOSEVELT YARD GETS FRIENDLY FACELIFT
  • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY RANKED IN TOP THREE PERCENT IN U.S. FOR COST-EFFECTIVE SERVICE
  • EUGENE GARNERS HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARDS
  • CLEAN WATER E-NEWS FOR EUGENE
October 30, 2014 - City Council Newsletter October 30, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • EWEB’S “RUN TO STAY WARM” TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 23
  • EXPLORING BIG QUESTIONS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • CAMPBELL CENTER HOLDS 14TH ANNUAL BAZAAR
  • COMPOST PHOTO COMPETITION 2014!
  • EUGENE RECOGNIZED AT OREGON CONNECTIONS TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE
October 23, 2014 - City Council Newsletter October 23, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • WHEN 911 IS NOT AN OPTION
  • “BIRD WORLD” WITH NOAH STRYCKER AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • NEW CARSHARING COMPANY LAUNCHES IN EUGENE AND SPRINGFIELD
  • CITY TEAMS UP WITH LANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE TO BUILD LOCAL SOFTWARE LABOR FORCE
October 16, 2014 - City Council Newsletter October 16, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • SKATEPARK NAMED PROJECT OF THE YEAR
  • WRITER KIM STAFFORD AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
October 9, 2014 - City Council Newsletter October 9, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • HUNDREDS SEEK ASSISTANCE WITH ENERGY BILLS
  • FUTURE EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY: JOIN THE COMMUNITY CONVERSATION
October 2, 2014 - City Council Newsletter October 2, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • FREE FAMILY FUN AND LEARNING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • PARENT/CHILD ACTIVITIES STRENGTHEN FAMILY
  • CITY OF EUGENE HIGHLIGHTED IN NEW STATE OF OREGON BROADBAND VIDEO
September 25, 2014 - City Council Newsletter September 25, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • HEALTHY COMMUNITIES SPEAKER DR. JIM SALLIS COMING TO EUGENE OCTOBER 9
  • TREE PLANTING PARTNERSHIP BRINGS TOGETHER CITY, LTD AND FRIENDS OF TREES
  • CITY PARTNERS WITH NONPROFITS TO HOST GREEN APPLE DAY OF SERVICE
  • “EVERY CHILD READY TO READ” TRAININGS AT EUGENE AND SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARIES
  • CITY DIVISION NAMED GOLD BIKE-FRIENDLY BUSINESS
September 18, 2014 - City Council Newsletter September 18, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • OPEN HOUSE ON PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE MASTER PLAN UPDATE SLATED FOR OCTOBER 2
  • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS BRINGING LOADS OF FUN TO HARLOW NEIGHBORHOOD
  • BANNED BOOKS WEEK READ-OUTS AT EUGENE AND SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARIES
  • DOORHANGERS ENCOURAGE RESIDENTS TO JOIN EUGENE’S LEAF TEAM
  • OLYMPIANS TO COACH LOCAL SWIMMERS AT AMAZON POOL
September 11, 2014 - City Council Newsletter September 11, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • NEIGHBORHOOD MATCHING GRANT CYCLE OPENS
  • NEW GUIDES ARE SMALLER - AND LARGER
  • FREE BOOKS-BY-MAIL FOR EUGENE’S YOUNGEST CHILDREN
September 4, 2014 - City Council Newsletter September 4, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • TEEN TEAM VOLUNTEERING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • ROTARIANS LOVE ROSES
August 21, 2014 - City Council Newsletter August 21, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • SUNDAY STREETS COMING TO HARLOW NEIGHBORHOOD SEPTEMBER 21
  • NEW SKATEBOARD AND BICYCLE LAWS BEING IMPLEMENTED DOWNTOWN
  • REGIONAL WASTEWATER OPERATIONS FEATURED IN TPO MAGAZINE
  • EUGENE RECREATION OFFERS MORE FAMILY FUN THIS FALL
  • ALL AGES: LEARN A LANGUAGE AT LIBRARY WEBSITE
  • AQUATICS PROGRAM DRAWS CROWDS
  • GET THE LOW DOWN ON LOW-IMPACT LIVING AT BRING’S HOME AND GARDEN TOUR
August 14, 2014 - City Council Newsletter August 14, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • PARKING SERVICES TAKES LEADERSHIP ROLE IN REGIONAL ORGANIZATION
  • TRY-FOR-FREE CLASSES GIVE PATRONS ACCESS
  • SCIENCE FOR EVERYONE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
August 7, 2014 - City Council Newsletter August 7, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • NEW SUSTAINABLE STREET REPAIR PROCESS ELIMINATES CEMENT DUST
  • WRITING WORKSHOPS AT LIBRARY
  • RECREATION OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES TO CREATE! EUGENE
  • VOLUNTEERS FROM OPPORTUNITY VILLAGE SIGN UP TO HELP MAINTAIN LOCAL PARK
July 31, 2014 - City Council Newsletter July 31, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY RELEASES 2014 AFFORDABLE HOUSING REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
July 24, 2014 - City Council Newsletter July 24, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • PADDLERS HAVE FUN WHILE SUPPORTING LOCAL VETERANS
  • FREE VISION SCREENINGS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • STRETCH OUT SUMMER - REGISTER NOW FOR AUGUST SUMMER CAMPS
  • MAJOR PAVING REPAIRS START ON 1ST AVENUE, MONROE AND MADISON
July 17, 2014 - City Council Newsletter July 17, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • PUBLIC WORKS PRESERVES HERITAGE TREES ON HIGH STREET
  • BESTSELLING AUTHOR J.A. JANCE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • OREGON DRAGON BOAT RACE ON JULY 19 TO BENEFIT VETERANS
  • VARIETY OF CITY PROJECTS BENEFIT PEOPLE WHO WALK AND BIKE
  • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS DOWNTOWN EXPECTED TO DRAW THOUSANDS TO ANNUAL EVENT
  • “WE CAN!” MAKE THE WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS SUSTAINABLE
July 10, 2014 - City Council Newsletter July 10, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • EUGENE SPRINGFIELD FIRE HOSTS FOURTH ANNUAL YOUNG WOMEN’S FIRE LEADERSHIP CAMP
  • AN INSIDE VIEW INTO ANIMAL SERVICES NEW VIDEO!
  • SUMMER READING BOOK SALE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • WATER VOLLEYBALL MAKES A SPLASH
July 3, 2014 - City Council Newsletter July 3, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • WASHINGTON-JEFFERSON SKATEPARK GRAND OPENING GOES GREEN!
  • OUTDOOR CAMPS OFFER THRILLS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
  • SCHOOL CLEAN WATER PROGRAM PROMOTES STEWARDSHIP
  • SUMMER FUN AND LEARNING FOR KIDS AT THE LIBRARY
June 26, 2014 - City Council Newsletter June 26, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • NEW GRANT-FUNDED WEBSITE HIGHLIGHTS WETLAND PRAIRIE RESTORATION TECHNIQUES
  • EUGENE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PLAN POLICY REVIEW
  • RECREATION DIVISION’S SUMMER CAMPS BEGIN
  • DOWNTOWN EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY TO REDUCE SUNDAY HOURS
  • ROAD REPAIR PROJECTS IN FULL SWING
  • SAVE MONEY AND TIME: DISCOVER THE INFO HUB AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
June 19, 2014 - City Council Newsletter June 19, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • THE WJ - SKATEBOARDING AND A WHOLE LOT MORE!
  • TEEN SUMMER READING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
June 12, 2014 - City Council Newsletter June 12, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • PROJECT SUCCESSFULLY CONTROLS AQUATIC WEEDS
  • CITY POOLS OPEN MONDAY FOR SUMMER RECREATION SWIMS
  • FUN SHOWS KICK OFF SUMMER FOR KIDS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
June 5, 2014 - City Council Newsletter June 5, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • SHINING EXAMPLE OF EUGENE’S VALUES AND HOSPITALITY
  • EUGENE-JINJU SISTER CITY COMMITTEE INVITES DELEGATES FOR 2014 KOREA TRIP
  • SIGN UP! SUMMER READING FOR ALL AGES AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • EUGENE HOSTS CENTER FOR A NEW AMERICAN DREAM WORKSHOP
  • PETERSEN BARN HOSTS LATINO FAMILY FUN NIGHT
  • ON A LARK…RESOURCE GUIDE IS “RE-MASTERED”
May 29, 2014 - City Council Newsletter May 29, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • MAYOR, COUNCILORS TO BE HONORED AT BEE-FEST
  • SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR YOUNG WOMEN’S SUMMER FIRE CAMP
  • TEEN COURT RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM FEATURED ON “WORKING CITY”
  • COMPOST FUNDRAISER A SUCCESS!
May 22, 2014 - City Council Newsletter May 22, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • RECREATION RECEIVES GRANT TO CONTINUE BICYCLE SAFETY PROGRAM
  • JOURNALIST SPEAKS ON CLIMATE CHANGE PROFITEERS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTS AMAZON CREEK, WJ SKATEPARK, SIDEWALK SAFETY AND MORE
  • NATIVE PRAIRIES RESTORATION BEGINS AT SOUTH EUGENE MEADOWS
May 15, 2014 - City Council Newsletter May 15, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • A VISIT WITH ABIGAIL ADAMS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • CONTROLLED ECOLOGICAL BURNS BRING SPRING FLOWERS
  • GRANT FUNDS AWARDED FOR URBAN FORESTRY-CLIMATE CHANGE WORKSHOP
  • RECREATION SERVICES KICKS OFF SUMMER PROMOTION
  • MORE WAYS TO BENEFIT FROM NEIGHBORHOODS, USA CONFERENCE
May 8, 2014 - City Council Newsletter May 8, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • WAYNE MORSE FAMILY FARM OPEN HOUSE MAY 18
  • METRO TV AND SMARTTRIPS TEAM UP TO WIN TELLY AWARD
  • INSPECTORS PROVIDE ON-SITE ADVICE AT HOME IMPROVEMENT STORES
  • EVENT PUTS HARD WORK IN A FUN CONTEXT
  • EXPLORE YOUR FAMILY TREE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
May 1, 2014 - City Council Newsletter May 1, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE PARK?
  • SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • BETHEL EDUCATION FOUNDATION LOVES FOOD, NOT WASTE!
April 24, 2014 - City Council Newsletter April 24, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • WILDFLOWER CELEBRATION AT AWBREY PARK
  • 2014 BUSINESS COMMUTE CHALLENGE IS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER
  • WILLAMETTE HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD
  • DANGERS OF DRUNK DRIVING EMPHASIZED IN STAGED CRASH
  • NOVELIST KAREN JOY FOWLER AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • ADULT AND SENIOR CLASSES OFFERED AT CAMPBELL CENTER
April 17, 2014 - City Council Newsletter April 17, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • EUGENE RECEIVES 35TH CONSECUTIVE TREE CITY USA AWARD
  • NEW ANIMAL SERVICES PROGRAM HELPS LICENSE DOGS OWNED BY HOMELESS
  • NORTHEAST NEIGHBORS CONNECTING PEOPLE TO PLACES – 20-MINUTE NEIGHBORHOODS
  • LEARN FROM LOCAL AND NATIONAL LEADERS WHILE VOLUNTEERING
  • RECREATION LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD LIFEGUARDS
  • ROAD REPAIR WORK BEGINS ON 13TH AVENUE ON MONDAY
  • DÍA DE LOS NIÑOS/DÍA DE LOS LIBROS AT PUBLIC LIBRARIES
  • BIGGEST REC GUIDE EVER TOPS 110 PAGES
  • NEW SUNGARD DISPATCH AND RECORDS SYSTEM VIDEO ON CITY WEBSITE
  • CLIMATE FOR CHANGE IS FOCUS OF SATURDAY’S EARTH DAY EVENT
April 10, 2014 - City Council Newsletter April 10, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • 23RD ANNUAL ACT-SO COMPETITION AT HULT ON SATURDAY
  • $CORE PROGRAM WORKS WITH RENTERS TO INCREASE HOUSEHOLD EFFICIENCY
  • DOWNTOWN PEDESTRIAN COUNTS REFLECT INCREASED ACTIVITY
  • TREATMENT PLANT CELEBRATES 30 YEARS OF CLEAN WATER OPERATIONS
  • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY OFFERS HELP GETTING BANK ACCOUNT
  • CAMPUS TO DOWNTOWN BIKE CONNECTIONS TOPIC OF SECOND PUBLIC MEETING
April 3, 2014 - City Council Newsletter April 3, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • ‘WORKING CITY’ LOOKS AT VARIETY OF BICYCLE TRAFFIC MARKINGS
  • ‘39TH ANNUAL NEIGHBORHOODS, USA CONFERENCE COMING SOON TO EUGENE!
  • ‘ANNUAL BOOK SALE RAISES FUNDS FOR EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY!
  • ‘JOB SKILLS JAM READIES TEENS FOR EMPLOYMENT!
March 27, 2014 - City Council Newsletter March 27, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • IT'S THE BEES KNEES! ROARING ཐS PARTY AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • EXERCISE THAT'S A JOY
March 20, 2014 - City Council Newsletter March 20, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • SLED HOCKEY CLINIC HELD
  • SMARTTRIPS BETHEL A SUCCESS AT REDUCING DRIVE-ALONE TRIPS - INCREASES WALKING AND BIKING
  • JOURNALIST CARL HOFFMAN AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • POLICE COMMISSION INVITES ALL TO FORUM ON BIAS BASED POLICING
  • CITY PAVING PROJECTS EARN AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE
  • PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT COMING TO THEATERS STARTING MARCH 21
  • POPLAR FARM AN EXAMPLE OF SUSTAINABILITY
March 13, 2014 -- City Council Newsletter March 13, 2014 -- City Council Newsletter
  • BETHEL SCHOOL HONORED FOR SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS
  • SPRING BREAK FOR KIDS AND TEENS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • RECREATION’S SPRING BREAK CAMPS OFFER VARIETY AND FUN
  • THIRD ANNUAL EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS FINAL REPORT AVAILABLE ONLINE
March 6, 2014 -- City Council Newsletter March 6, 2014 -- City Council Newsletter
  • CAMPBELL CENTER PATRONS REPURPOSE WOOD FROM FALLEN TREE
  • BESTSELLING AUTHOR TERRY BROOKS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • HOME SHOW BOOTH FOCUS IS ON ECO-LOGICAL AND ECO-NOMICAL
  • NEW SURVEY REVEALS LOCAL TRAVEL CHOICES
February 27, 2014 -- City Council Newsletter February 27, 2014 -- City Council Newsletter
  • KEEP THE WHEELS ROLLING AT WJ SKATEPARK + URBAN PLAZA
  • ‘WORKING CITY’ FEATURES NEW PARK WATCH PROGRAM
  • ‘THE BIG READ: GREAT GATSBY EVENTS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
  • ‘FIRST TRIP TO HOODOO THIS SEASON
  • ‘WHAT’S NEW ON THE RAIL?
February 20, 2014 - City Council Newsletter February 20, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • RECREATION’S PATRONS EMBRACE DIVISION’S SOCIAL MEDIA
  • GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
February 13, 2014 - City Council Newsletter February 13, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • WINTER STORM RESPONSE MOVES TO RECOVERY PHASE
  • FIREFIGHTERS VOLUNTEER AT OPPORTUNITY VILLAGE
  • COMMUNITY CONVERSATION: “WHY AREN’T THERE MORE BLACK PEOPLE IN OREGON?”
  • NEARBY NATURE STEWARDS URBAN GREENSPACE
  • INTERNATIONAL LIVABILITY EXPERT TO GIVE TWO TALKS IN EUGENE ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20
February 6, 2014 - City Council Newsletter February 6, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • CITY SUPPORTS 29TH ANNUAL ASIA CELEBRATION
  • NEXT WORKING CITY EPISODE: EUGENE SPRINGFIELD FIRE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TEAM
  • SNOWSHOEING HELPS INJURED VETERANS GET OUTDOORS
  • PUBLIC INVITED TO REVIEW FUTURE TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
  • GET ORGANIZED WITH EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
January 30, 2014 - City Council Newsletter January 30, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
  • ‘LABORATORY’ CREATES ENVIRONMENT FOR LEADERS TO CONNECT AND THRIVE
  • ‘BIKE SHARE FEASIBILITY STUDY TOPIC AT FEBRUARY 12 OPEN HOUSE
  • ‘CITY OF EUGENE AND TRAVEL LANE COUNTY PRESENT ACCESSIBILITY WEBINAR
  • “ECOPSYCHOLOGY: UNDERSTANDING OUR NEED FOR NATURE”
  • ENTREPRENEUR JIM COONAN TO LEAD REGIONAL ACCELERATOR & INNOVATION NETWORK (RAIN)
  • January 23, 2014 - City Council Newsletter January 23, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
    • CITY ‘GOOD EARTH’ BOOTH FOCUSES ON HEALTHY HOME, HEALTHY WATER, HEALTHY RIVERS
    • VISITING ARCHAEOLOGISTS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • (SUB)URBAN PROJECTIONS LIGHTS UP DOWNTOWN EUGENE
    • (LEAF PICKUP SERVICE ENDS FOR SEASON
    January 16, 2014 - City Council Newsletter January 16, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
    • MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CELEBRATION AND HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION AWARDS: JANUARY 20
    • TRAINING EXERCISE TESTS OPTION FOR EMERGENCY WATER SERVICE
    • EXPLORE THE UNIVERSE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • LRCS USES INFO GRAPHICS AND HUMOR TO LIVEN ANNUAL REPORT
    January 9, 2014 - City Council Newsletter January 9, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
    • ANNOUNCING NEXT WORKING CITY EPISODE - ACT:C3 PROGRAM
    • DOGSLEDDING EXCURSION INSPIRES WRITER
    • READING READINESS TRAINING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    01/09/14 - City Council Newsletter 01/09/14 - City Council Newsletter
    • SWEENEY TODD EVENTS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • FIND FUN, ADVENTURE AND ACTIVITY AT RECREATION’S SPRING BREAK CAMPS
    January 2, 2014 -  City Council Newsletter January 2, 2014 - City Council Newsletter
    • SAVE THE DATE: 2014 STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS – JANUARY 8, 2014, 5:30 P.M.
    • EXPLORE YOUR FAMILY TREE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • SECRET TO KEEPING NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS REVEALED
    December 19, 2013 - City Council Newsletter December 19, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • PUBLIC WORKS CLEANING UP AFTER MAJOR WINTER STORM
    • CITY SUSTAINABILITY LIAISON ATTENDS UNITED NATIONS-SPONSORED MEETING
    • ONE-DAY TRIALS TAKE GUESSWORK OUT OF CLASSES
    • WINTER BREAK FOR KIDS AND TEENS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • VIDEO ENCOURAGES PET OWNERS TO BE WELL-TRAINED
    December 12, 2013 - City Council Newsletter December 12, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • FIREFIGHTERS PROVIDE “TREES FOR TROOPS”
    • “THE SHOW MUST GO ON”
    • NEW RECREATION CLASSES ENCOURAGE ACTIVITY AND CREATIVITY
    • NOCHEVIEJA/NEW YEAR’S PARTY FOR FAMILIES AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    December 5, 2013 - City Council Newsletter December 5, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS COORDINATOR RECOGNIZED AS RISING BUSINESS STAR
    • CITY RECEIVES FEDERAL FUNDING TO MAKE ROOFTOP SOLAR ENERGY EASIER AND LESS EXPENSIVE
    • BETHEL SCHOOLS LOVE FOOD, NOT WASTE!
    • WINTER/SPRING RECREATION GUIDE CONTAINS 88 PAGES OF FUN
    • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY SURVEY SHOWS HIGH LEVEL OF SATISFACTION
    • INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: DECEMBER 10
    November 27, 2013 - City Council Newsletter November 27, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • VOLUNTEERS CONTINUE CENTURY OF SUPPORT FOR HENDRICKS PARK AS LABOR OF LOVE
    • HOLIDAY SONGS AND SUGAR PLUMS – TIS’ THE SEASON AT HULT CENTER
    • ANNUAL CAMPBELL BAZAAR DRAWS 500
    • NUTCRACKER FOR KIDS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • COMMENTS SOUGHT ON BICYCLE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN UO CAMPUS AND DOWNTOWN EUGENE
    November 21, 2013 - City Council Newsletter November 21, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • LATEST WORKING CITY EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION
    • DANGERS OF DRUNK DRIVING EMPHASIZED IN STAGED CRASH
    • REGIONAL PROSPERITY SUMMIT HIGHLIGHTS PARTNERSHIPS AND OPPORTUNITIES
    • EUGENE CELEBRATES “AMERICA RECYCLES DAY” WITH LOVE FOOD NOT WASTE
    • GRANT HELPS EXPAND PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH AND VETS
    • LEAF SERVICE CHANGES AND FLOOD INFORMATION FEATURED IN STORMWATER CONNECTIONS
    November 14, 2013 - City Council Newsletter November 14, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • (SUB)URBAN PROJECTIONS INVITED TO TEDX
    • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY RANKED IN TOP THREE PERCENT IN U.S. FOR COST-EFFECTIVE SERVICE
    • RISK SERVICES RECOVERS COSTS FOR CITY
    November 7, 2013 - City Council Newsletter November 7, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • DONATION OPPORTUNITY FOR COFFEE MUGS
    • “MUSCLE & MAYHEM” AUTHOR LAUREN CHOUINARD AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • “EUGENE FIREFIGHTERS HELP WITH VETERANS’ HOUSING PROJECT
    • “THE GRACE OF SILENCE: FACILITATED BOOK DISCUSSIONS
    • EUGENE SEEKS NEW MEMBERS FOR BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE
    • CLASS TEACHES STUDENTS TO GIVE BACK
    • EUGENE READY IF OLD MAN WINTER COMES KNOCKING
    • IT WAS A DARK AND STORMY NIGHT IN WEST EUGENE
    • LEAF SEASON UPON US
    • DANCE THEATRE OF HARLEM PERFORMS AT THE HULT
    • COMMENTS SOUGHT ON THREE PROPOSALS TO CHANGE SKATEBOARD AND BIKE LAWS IN EUGENE
    October 31, 3013 - City Council Newsletter October 31, 3013 - City Council Newsletter
    • 2013 “CARES ENOUGH TO WEAR PINK” CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY
    • CAMPBELL CENTER ANNUAL HOLIDAY BAZAAR SET FOR NOVEMBER 9
    • EUGENE EARNS HONORS FROM AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOCIATION
    • FOSTER CARE 101 AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • OREGON PASSENGER RAIL STUDY CONTINUES
    October 24, 2013 - City Council Newsletter October 24, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • VOLUNTEERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE AT ALTON BAKER PARK
    • EUGENE GARNERS HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARDS
    • STAFF TEAM WINS “AWARD OF MERIT” FOR EUGENE@150 CELEBRATION
    • FAMED POET BILLY COLLINS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • HULT CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS DELIGHTS WITH A PLETHORA OF PERFORMANCES
    • PUBLIC MEETING: 13TH AVENUE PAVING PROJECT
    October 17, 2013 - City Council Newsletter October 17, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • NEW WORKING CITY VIDEO LOOKS AT STREET REPAIR PROGRESS
    • JORDAN KENT, WALMART EMPLOYEES, AND OTHERS RAISE MONEY FOR ANIMAL SERVICES PROGRAM
    • FREE DIGITAL MAGAZINES AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • PATRONS SEEK INFORMATION ON THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
    October 10, 2013 - City Council Newsletter October 10, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • VOLUNTEERS WORK AND CELEBRATE AT 5TH ANNUAL GREAT WILLAMETTE CLEAN-UP
    • REVIEW OF EUGENE’S URBAN FORESTRY PROGRAM UNDER WAY
    • THOUSANDS ENJOY SUMMER READING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • EXERCISE WITH A DIFFERENT BEAT
    • METRO TV CHANNEL 21 RECEIVES GOVERNMENT PROGRAMMING AWARDS
    • MEETING WILL FOCUS ON UPDATING EUGENE’S PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE STRATEGIC PLAN
    October 3, 2013 - City Council Newsletter October 3, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • GRANT WILL HELP IMPROVE RIDGELINE PARKS
    • FUTURE SANTA CLARA COMMUNITY PARK EXPANDS TO 35 ACRES
    • NEIGHBORHOOD MATCHING GRANT CYCLE OPENS
    • ADULT SERVICES HELPS LOW-INCOME SENIORS GET ENERGY ASSISTANCE
    • EPAF PROGRAM DEVELOPED FOR INTERNAL EFFICIENCIES
    • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY: WE WANT YOUR OPINIONS!
    • HULT CENTER AND SHO ANNOUNCE PROGRAMMING CHANGE
    September 26, 2013 - City Council Newsletter September 26, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • CHILDREN’S RIGHT TO PLAY OUTSIDE GUARANTEED
    • SECOND MEETING SCHEDULED ON 30TH AVENUE CROSSING SAFETY
    • ODOT TO BUILD A WIDER, SAFER SIDEWALK/SHARED-USE PATH ON FRANKLIN BOULEVARD
    September 19, 2013 - City Council Newsletter September 19, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • GOVERNOR KITZHABER SIGNS RAIN LEGISLATION
    • BANNED BOOKS WEEK READ-OUTS AT EUGENE AND SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARIES
    • HERON SLOUGH ADOPTED BY SANTA CLARA FRED MEYER EMPLOYEES
    • CITY COLLABORATES ON NEW OREGON MUNICIPAL VIDEO
    • FALL OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES BECKON
    September 12, 2013 - City Council Newsletter September 12, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • GOING MOBILE WITH NEW HULTCENTER.ORG
    • “BUILDING BETTER NON-PROFIT BOARDS” AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • VIDEO CAPTURES “MIRACLE” OF REGULAR EXERCISE
    September 5, 2013 - City Council Newsletter September 5, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS ROLLS INTO BETHEL NEIGHBORHOOD ON SEPTEMBER 8
    • NEW CLASSES USE IMAGINATION AND CREATIVITY
    • TEEN TEAM VOLUNTEERING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • WASTEWATER MIXING ZONE STUDY INCLUDES USE OF ECOLOGICALLY SAFE TRACER DYE
    • CONTROLLED ECOLOGICAL BURNS HELP NATIVE FIRE-DEPENDENT SPECIES THRIVE
    August 29, 2013 - City Council Newsletter August 29, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • 2013 BRING HOME & GARDEN TOUR, SEPTEMBER 8TH
    • SMARTTRIPS VIDEO SHOWS HOW PEOPLE CAN RECONNECT WITH THEIR NEIGHBORHOODS
    • RECREATION GIVES YOU MORE FOR YOUR FREE TIME
    • SUMMER IN THE CITY—DOWNTOWN: SIDEWALK TO CATWALK AND ARTWORK DOWNTOWN
    August 15, 2013 - City Council Newsletter August 15, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • COMING UP: CHANGES TO BETHEL AND SHELDON LIBRARY BRANCH HOURS
    • EUGENE POLICE DEPARTMENT UNVEILS NEW PATROL VEHICLES
    • UNUSED PLAYGROUND BECOMES MUCH-NEEDED BIKE SHELTER
    • ADAPTIVE SPORT PROJECT EMPOWERS VETERANS AND ENCOURAGES HEALTHY LIFESTYLES
    • HARVEST SET FOR POPLAR TREES
    • SUMMER IN THE CITY—DOWNTOWN: ART ALFRESCO AND PLEIN AIR SHOWCASE
    August 8, 2013 - City Council Newsletter August 8, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • CULTURAL SERVICES DIVISION LEAPS FORWARD ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER
    • PATRONS DECLARE LOVE FOR RECREATION
    • WJ SKATEPARK + URBAN PLAZA CONSTRUCTION BEGINS
    • POLICE DEPARTMENT IMPLEMENTS BLUE TEAM SOFTWARE
    • KIDS AND TEENS SHOW “EUGENE’S GOT TALENT!” AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    August 1, 2013 - City Council Newsletter August 1, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE ROAD WORK IN FULL SWING
    • “REDWING” CONCERT AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • “CELEBRATION MARKS DEDICATION OF CREEKSIDE PARK
    • “A SUCCESSFUL YEAR FOR SAFETY TOWN
    • “SURPRISING BENEFIT OF RECREATION: IT'S GOOD FOR YOUR BRAIN!
    • “BRILLIANT AND RESILIENT: CELEBRATING THE POWER OF DISABLED WOMEN ACTIVISTS
    • “HULT CENTER TROUPES TAKE SHOW ON THE ROAD
    • “CITY CELEBRATES OPENING OF INNOVATIVE AFFORDABLE HOUSING
    July 25, 2013 - City Council Newsletter July 25, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE’S RIVERBANK BIKE PATH SYSTEM LISTED IN USA TODAY’S BEST URBAN BIKE PATHS
    • WRITING WORKSHOPS AT THE LIBRARY: CREATE! EUGENE
    • OREGON BACH FESTIVAL AND HULT CENTER BID ADIEU TO HELMUTH RILLING
    • WOUNDED AND DISABLED VETERANS BENEFIT FROM RECREATION
    July 18, 2013 - City Council Newsletter July 18, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS TO DRAW THOUSANDS DOWNTOWN
    • DEFAZIO TO CELEBRATE ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION AT BREAKFAST AT THE BIKE BRIDGES
    • CITY CIVIL ENGINEER TAPPED AS VOTING MEMBER OF OREGON LOCAL PROGRAM COMMITTEE
    • EUGENE-KAKEGAWA SISTER CITY COMMITTEE OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES TO SHARE
    • FIRST CITY FLEET ALL-ELECTRIC SEDAN BEGINS SERVICE
    • EUGENE WINS 2013 EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR COMMERCIAL COMPOSTING PROGRAM
    • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY WINS 2014 “BIG READ” GRANT
    • RECREATION’S “SURPRISING” BENEFITS INCLUDE COMMUNITY
    • LIBRARY’S ANNUAL TEDDY BEAR PICNIC AT NEW LOCATION
    • HULT CENTER’S 30TH SEASON OF MEMORIES, MOMENTS AND MAGIC COMES TO A CLOSE
    July 11, 2013 - City Council Newsletter July 11, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • A LITTLE OUTDOOR RECREATION OFFERS BIG BENEFITS
    • SUMMER READING BOOK SALE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • PARDON OUR DUST – FINALLY!
    July 3, 2013 - City Council Newsletter July 3, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • SIX VOLUNTEER RECRUITS JOIN POLICE DEPARTMENT’S SENIORS ON PATROL TEAM
    • FUN, ACTIVE PARTICIPATION AND SPECTACULAR SPECTATING ON SUNDAY, JULY 21
    • ANOTHER BENEFIT OF RECREATION: DELAYING ONSET OF DEMENTIA
    • DIG INTO NATURE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    June 27, 2013 - City Council Newsletter June 27, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • CONGRATULATIONS 2013 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
    • CELEBRATE RECREATION IN JULY
    • PARK WATCH COLLABORATION ADDS ONLINE TOOL TO HELP KEEP PARKS SAFE, CLEAN AND GREEN
    • “CALAMITY JAZZ” CONCERT AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    June 20, 2013 - City Council Newsletter June 20, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • WEST EUGENE PARKS GET BIG DOSE OF LOVE
    • ANNOUNCING THE NEXT WORKING CITY EPISODE: BASKET OF SERVICES
    • COUNCIL TO VOTE ON NEXT FISCAL YEAR BUDGET
    • HEROES 2 OREGON PADDLE CHALLENGE
    • NEW POOL CONCESSIONAIRE SERVES NUTRITIOUS FOODS AT FAST FOOD PRICES
    • TEEN SUMMER READING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • SUMMER IN THE CITY BROCHURES AVAILABLE IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH FOR CITY’S FREE EVENTS
    June 13, 2013 - City Council Newsletter June 13, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • LOCAL CELEBRITIES CAMPAIGN TO LICENSE FOUR-LEGGED EUGENEANS
    • END-OF-YEAR RECITAL FEATURES DANCERS BIG AND SMALL
    • FUN SHOWS KICK OFF SUMMER FOR KIDS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • OPENING OF AMAZON POOL MARKS BEGINNING OF SUMMER
    • ART THE BOX: CALLING ALL 2D VISUAL ARTISTS TO INUNDATE DOWNTOWN EUGENE
    • WJ SKATEPARK + URBAN PLAZA COMING SOON!
    June 6, 2013 - City Council Newsletter June 6, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE NEIGHBORHOODS WIN NATIONAL AWARDS
    • NORTHEAST NEIGHBORS: CONNECTING PEOPLE TO PLACES
    • ENVISION EUGENE WINS STATE AWARD
    • CUTHBERT AMPHITHEATER OPEN FOR SEASON
    • SOUTH WILLAMETTE STREET ALTERNATIVES TOPIC AT JUNE 11 MEETINGS
    • SUMMER READING FOR ALL AGES AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • EUGENE RECREATION’S 100 SUMMER CAMPS OFFER VARIETY, EXPERIENCE, ACCESSIBILITY AND FUN
    • POLICE COMMISSION TO HOST KEY LANE COUNTY LEADERS FOR STATE OF PUBLIC SAFETY FORUM
    May 30, 2013 - City Council Newsletter May 30, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • SUMMER RESOURCE GUIDE GOES BILINGUAL
    • CULTURAL SERVICES HOSTS POST-EVENT AND PRE-SHOW PARTIES AT HULT CENTER
    May 23, 2013 - City Council Newsletter May 23, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • CRAIG CARNAGEY HIRED AS NEW PARKS AND OPEN SPACE DIRECTOR
    • WEST EUGENE EMX EXTENSION BEGINS ENGINEERING PHASE
    • 13TH AVENUE RENAISSANCE OPEN HOUSE LOOKS AT CONNECTING CAMPUS TO DOWNTOWN EUGENE
    • DOWNLOAD MUSIC AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY WEBSITE – FREE AND LEGAL
    • AMAZON POOL OPENS TO LAP SWIMMERS
    • EUGENE POLICE DEPARTMENT’S WOMEN IN BLUE COURSE
    May 16, 2013 - City Council Newsletter May 16, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • WINDOWS OF OPPORTUNITY FOR LANE COUNTY IMMIGRANTS
    • NEED AN ADAPTED BIKE?
    • YOUTH VOICES OF EUGENE LEADERS HEARD IN ESSAYS
    • THIRD ANNUAL YOUNG WOMEN’S FIRE CAMP PLANNED
    • GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • 30TH AVENUE PEDESTRIAN CROSSING SAFETY CONCERNS PROMPT MEETING
    May 9, 2013 - City Council Newsletter May 9, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • HARLOW NEIGHBORS SNAP INTO SERVICE
    • REPAIR WORK STARTS ON FIFTH AVENUE, BLAIR BOULEVARD AND VAN BUREN STREET
    • KIDCITY YOUTH GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
    • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY TEEN SERVICES LIBRARIAN WINS STATEWIDE AWARD
    • PLAY IT COOL THIS SUMMER
    • 2013 EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS EVENTS PREVIEWED AT NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS
    • CITY KICKS OFF SUMMER WITH BREAKFAST AT THE BRIDGES
    • PUBLIC WORKS DAY SET FOR MAY 16 AT ROOSEVELT YARD
    • SOROMUNDI, LESBIAN CHORUS OF EUGENE, COMES HOME TO SORENG THEATER
    May 2, 2013 - City Council Newsletter May 2, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • JOIN MAYOR PIERCY AT EUGENE’S NATIONAL TRAIN DAY
    • A JOYFUL NOISE AT HULT CENTER
    • SUMMER RIDES PROVIDE OPPORTUNITY FOR VETERANS
    • TEENS HELP VETERANS, TOO
    • TWO EUGENE NEIGHBORHOODS FINALISTS FOR NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE YEAR
    April 25, 2013 - City Council Newsletter April 25, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • ADULT SPORT LEAGUES READY FOR SUMMER
    • CITY SINGERS PERFORM AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • 2013 CLIMATE AND ENERGY ACTION PLAN PROGRESS REPORT
    April 18, 2013 - City Council Newsletter April 18, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE CELEBRATES ARBOR DAY
    • CLIMATE FOR CHANGE IS FOCUS OF EARTH DAY EVENT THIS SATURDAY
    • NEW RECREATION GUIDE IS THE KEY TO A GREAT SUMMER
    • NEWSLETTER INCLUDES PESTICIDE CHALLENGES FOR RIVERS, KIDS AND PETS
    • DÍA DE LOS NIÑOS / DÍA DE LOS LIBROS AT EUGENE AND SPRINGFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARIES
    • EUGENE SAFETY TOWN TEACHES KIDS ACCIDENT PREVENTION
    April 11, 2013 - City Council Newsletter April 11, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • ADULTS INVITED TO WORK WITH WOOD AT CAMPBELL CENTER
    • OREGON’S CHIEF EDUCATION OFFICER RUDY CREW AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • ARTISTS LEARN IMPORTANT SKILLS WHILE CULTURAL POLICY REVIEW GOAL MET
    • GIVING A HAND TO COMMUNITY BROADBAND PLAN: A MID-POINT GRANT UPDATE
    • APPLICATION LAUNCHED FOR BUILDING INSPECTIONS
    • 2013 ANOTHER BUSY YEAR FOR PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS IN EUGENE
    • NEW EPISODE OF ‘WORKING CITY’ FEATURES CITY ROBOTS
    April 4, 2013 - City Council Newsletter April 4, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • ACT-SO WINNERS TO COMPETE IN ORLANDO IN JULY
    • ANNUAL BOOK SALE TO BENEFIT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY: APRIL 13 and 14
    • BIGGEST DINNER PARTY IN TOWN BEING HELD AT HULT CENTER
    March 28, 2013 - City Council Newsletter March 28, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • FUTURE AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT NAMED FINALIST FOR GREENPOWER GRANT
    • BRING A BAG CAMPAIGN KICKOFF
    • EXTENDED CLOSURE OF OLIVE STREET TO START APRIL 1 FOR SAFETY REASONS
    • REGISTER FOR POPULAR SOFTBALL LEAGUES
    • LEARN TO USE TECHNOLOGY AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • APRIL 1 OPENING FOR FIRST NEW DISC GOLF COURSE IN EUGENE IN 25 YEARS
    March 21, 2013 - City Council Newsletter March 21, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • CITY STAFF PUBLISH ARTICLE ON SPORT AND SUSTAINABILITY
    • 2013 ACT-SO COMPETITION IS MARCH 23, 2013
    • SPRING BREAK FOR KIDS & TEENS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • UNIVERSITY OF OREGON HOSTS ITS 4TH ANNUAL OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING FAIR
    • LANEACT RECRUITS NEW MEMBERS
    March 14, 2013 - City Council Newsletter March 14, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • BRAIN-STRENGTHENING FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES OFFERED AT CAMPBELL CENTER
    • EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY RECEIVES $100,000 GIFT FROM FRIENDS OF LIBRARY
    March 7, 2013 - City Council Newsletter March 7, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • LANE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS HONORS MARY SPILDE AND JON RUIZ
    • SISTER HELEN PREJEAN SPEAKS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • "OUR CHOICES, OUR FUTURE" FOCUS OF SPRING HOME SHOW BOOTH
    February 28, 2013 - City Council Newsletter February 28, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • OVER 100 BUSINESSES PARTICIPATING IN LOVE FOOD NOT WASTE
    • BESTSELLING NOVELIST LAUREN OLIVER AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • RECREATION OFFERS A VARIETY OF SPRING BREAK CAMPS
    February 21, 2013 - City Council Newsletter February 21, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • RESIDENT COMPANIES OF HULT CENTER DELIGHT YOUTH
    • WILL YOU READ THIS BOOK TO ME?
    • SOUTH WILLAMETTE STREET ALTERNATIVES TOPIC OF FEBRUARY 27 MEETING
    • BLACK HISTORY MONTH PLAY PERFORMED BY AND FOR CHILDREN AT PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARD TRAINING OFFERED
    February 14, 2013 - City Council Newsletter February 14, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • ASIAN CELEBRATION FOCUSES ON SUSTAINABILITY AWARENESS
    • DEAD MAN WALKING" COMMUNITY READ BEGINS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • WEN ROSE GARDEN REJUVENATED
    • POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS WITH APPS
    February 7, 2013 - City Council Newsletter February 7, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • SNOWBOARDERS "JUST ADD SNOW" IN LEVEL I CLASS
    • LEARN ABOUT "BRANDING YOUR NON-PROFIT" AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    January 31, 2013 - City Council Newsletter January 31, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • WILLAMETTE RIVER BANK RESTORATION UNDERWAY
    • SUICIDE PREVENTION WORKSHOP AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • RECYCLE ELECTRONICS AT CAMPBELL CENTER
    • CYCLING EXPERT MAKES BUSINESS CASE FOR BICYCLING
    • BUDGET COMMITTEE TO DISCUSS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
    • EPD STAFF MOVES IN TO NEW DOWNTOWN PUBLIC SAFETY STATION
    January 24, 2013 - City Council Newsletter January 24, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • ADAPTIVE RECREATION RECEIVES THIRD GRANT FROM NATIONAL INCLUSION PROJECT
    • UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGIST TO SPEAK AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    January 17, 2013 - City Council Newsletter January 17, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION FAIR AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • CITY BOOTH PROMOTES WAYS TO OUTSMART WASTE
    • "COMPUTER INSTITUTE" OFFERS BEGINNER TO ADVANCED CLASSES FOR COMPUTER USERS
    • PLAN TO ATTEND FIX-IT FAIR ON JANUARY 26
    • MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP AWARD TO BE PRESENTED
    January 10, 2013 - City Council Newsletter January 10, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • LOVE FOOD NOT WASTE CELBRATES THE NEW YEAR!
    • PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE "KEEPS FACILITIES RUNNING RIGHT"
    • STATE DEPARTMENT DEVELOPS VIDEO ON BIKING IN EUGENE
    • POPULAR ARCHERY CLUB HOLDS FIRST COMPETITION
    January 3, 2013 - City Council Newsletter January 3, 2013 - City Council Newsletter
    • PUT A LITTLE ZIP IN RESOLVE TO GET FIT
    • HEARING OFFERS OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPORT CITY ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS
    • THREE DECEMBER SHOWS AT HULT SOLD OUT
    • OPEN HOUSE LOOKS AT WAYS TO IMPROVE INTER-CITY PASSENGER RAIL SERVICE
    December 20, 2012 - Council Newsletter December 20, 2012 - Council Newsletter
    • COMMUNITY GANG PREVENTION SYMPOSIUM TO HELP SOLVE GANG PROBLEM
    • YOU'RE INVITED TO THE DOWNTOWN LIBRARY'S 10TH BIRTHDAY PARTY
    • ARTS AND CULTURE THRIVING IN EUGENE
    • RECREATION OFFERS PATRONS OPPORTUNITY TO TRY CLASSES – FOR FREE!
    December 13, 2012, Council Newsletter December 13, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER SARAH MEDARY RECEIVES TOP NATIONAL LEADERSHIP AWARD
    • GRANT HELPS EUGENE FIRE & EMS WITH PURCHASE OF CRITICAL EQUIPMENT
    • GOVERNOR'S AWARD FOR LEADERSHIP BY EXAMPLE
    • WINTER BREAK FUN COMING UP AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • RESIDENTS CAN "GET IN THE SWING" WITH NEW RECREATION GUIDE
    • RECREATION OFFERS WINTER BREAK FUN FOR ALL
    • CITY HALL COUNCIL MEETING ROOMS - RECORDING ELECTRONICS REPURPOSED
    December 6, 2012, Council Newsletter December 6, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCIES BENEFIT FROM GENEROUS GIVING
    • CITY OF EUGENE'S GREENHOUSE GAS ASSESSMENT USED IN OREGON STUDY
    • KID-SIZE "NUTCRACKER" AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • EMPLOYEES PLANT TREES IN HONOR OF EUGENE'S BIRTHDAY
    • SOLARIZE EUGENE PROGRAM A SUCCESS
    • MORE THAN 215 ACRES BENEFIT FROM PARTNERSHIPS IN WEST EUGENE WETLANDS
    • CULTURAL SERVICES OFFERS "SURVIVAL SKILLS FOR ARTISTS" CLASS
    • WASTE PREVENTION AND GREEN BUILDING PROGRAM BUSTS TRASH
    • BLOG SEES HILYARD CENTER AS "ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF LIFE"
    • 2012 EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS FINAL REPORT AVAILABLE ONLINE
    November 29, 2012, Council Newsletter November 29, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • BREAKFAST WITH SANTA AT COMMUNITY CENTERS
    • HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION CO-HOSTS CELEBRATION
    • STOCK UP FOR WINTER: USED MYSTERY NOVEL SALE AT PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • HULT CENTER CONTINUES EUGENE'S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
    • NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTS FLOOD RISKS, DRUG DISPOSAL OPTIONS AND LEAF PROGRAM
    November 21, 2012, Council Newsletter November 21, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • FIRE CAPTAIN DEPLOYED TO NEW YORK CITY
    • "TURKEY BURN" ELIMINATES THANKSGIVING MEAL GUILT
    • HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LOVE FOOD NOT WASTE
    • MUSIC AND MORE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    November 15, 2012, Council Newsletter November 15, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • NEW SWALES ELIMINATE DRYWELLS IN SHIRLEY AND ESCALANTE
    • TREET NEIGHBORHOODS
    • EUGENE RECEIVES SILVER SAFETY AWARD
    • RAINWATER HARVESTING WORKSHOP A SUCCESS
    • HULT CENTER CONTINUES 30TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION WITH POST-IT WALL
    • SAND MANDALA AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON DRAWS A CROWD
    November 8, 2012, Council Newsletter November 8, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • LEAF COLLECTION AND DELIVERY SERVICE BEGINS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13
    • LEARN TO USE PERSONAL TECHNOLOGY TOOLS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • COMMUNITY FORUM LOOKS AT PLANS TO IMPROVE SOUTH WILLAMETTE STREET
    • 2012 EUGENE GREEN HOME & GARDEN TOUR A SUCCESS
    • (SUB)URBAN PROJECTIONS FESTIVAL TO BRIGHTEN DOWNTOWN
    November 1, 2012, Council Newsletter November 1, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • CITY OF EUGENE PERSONNEL DROP, COVER, AND HOLD FOR THE GREAT 2012 SHAKEOUT
    • THE POETRY PROJECT AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • COMMUNITY EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM "ALERT ME" REGISTRATION BEGINS
    • FIREFIGHTERS JOIN 2012 "CARES ENOUGH TO WEAR PINK" CAMPAIGN
    • COMPOST PHOTO CONTEST ENTRIES DUE NOVEMBER 14
    • POLICE AND FIRE PARTICIPATE IN OPTIONS UNLIMITED EVENT FOR GIRLS
    • EUGENE@150 BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION PROMOTES ZERO WASTE
    • MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR UPCOMING INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY EVENTS
    October 25, 2012, Council Newsletter October 25, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • SHARED-USE PATH SYSTEM REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS
    • UBSTANTIALLY COMPLETED
    • GRANT BOOSTS BICYCLE SAFETY EDUCATION PROGRAM
    • NATIONAL BESTSELLER FRANCINE PROSE AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • HOLIDAY BAZAAR AT CAMPBELL CENTER ON NOVEMBER 3
    October 18, 2012, Council Newsletter October 18, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE'S 150TH BIRTHDAY PARTY MOVED TO HULT CENTER
    • EUGENE POLICE VOLUNTEER SERVICES SHOWCASED AT LANE COUNTY HOME SHOW
    • CITY OF EUGENE NAMED AMONG TOP TEN HEALTHIEST EMPLOYERS IN OREGON IN 2012
    • BOB WELCH AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • SHELDON POOL CELEBRATES GRAND REOPENING
    • WIN-WINS MAKE FOR ECONOMIC SUCCESS AND THANK-YOUS
    • EUGENE TRANSPORTATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS WIN STATEWIDE AWARDS
    October 11, 2012, Council Newsletter October 11, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE PARK STEWARDS JOIN 4TH ANNUAL GREAT WILLAMETTE CLEANUP
    • CITY OF EUGENE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ANTICIPATED WARD 6 CITY COUNCIL VACANCY
    • NEW POLICE HEADQUARTERS FROM CUSTODIANS' PERSPECTIVE
    • KIM MCMANUS RECOGNIZED FOR FITNESS LEADERSHIP
    • CELEBRATE THE HULT'S 30TH BIRTHDAY AT BALLET AND BREW
    • "FRUIT OF THE SIXTIES: THE FOUNDING OF THE OREGON COUNTRY FAIR" AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • CITY SPORTS LEAGUES OFFER FUN AND EXERCISE
    October 4, 2012, Council Newsletter October 4, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS ATTRACTS OVER THREE THOUSAND COMMUNITY MEMBERS
    • RECREATION'S OUTDOOR PROGRAM HOSTS FAMILY WALKS
    • CITY OF EUGENE SELECTED BY STATE FOR STRATEGIC COMMUNITY BROADBAND PLANNING GRANT
    • BUSINESS PLANNING AND GRANT SEEKING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • EUGENE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PLAN NEARS MAJOR MILESTONE
    • CELEBRATING OREGON DAY OF CULTURE AND THE HULT CENTER'S 30TH BIRTHDAY
    • CRIME PREVENTION TEAM FLEXES "RESPONSE" MUSCLES TO RESPOND TO EMERGING CRIME TREND
    September 27, 2012, Council Newsletter September 27, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • CELEBRATE EUGENE@150 AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • OREGON FACILITIES AUTHORITY COMES TO EUGENE
    • GREAT SUMMER IN THE CITY REPORTED
    September 20, 2012, Council Newsletter September 20, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • HOLLYWOOD PLUS EDUCATION EQUALS COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
    • SHELDON POOL GUTTERS AND PIPING REPLACED
    • AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION: EPD CRIME PREVENTION TEAM'S WORK PAYS OFF
    • UPCOMING MEETINGS FOCUS ON PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE MASTER PLAN
    September 13, 2012, Council Newsletter September 13, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • DOWNTOWN LIBRARY SPRUCES UP
    • VIDEOS SHOWCASE RECREATION ACTIVITIES
    • MAINTENANCE OVERLAYS HELP ADDRESS REPAIR NEEDS ON UNIMPROVED STREETS
    • NATIONAL PUBLICATION OFFERS SIX TIPS FROM CITY FLEET SUPERVISOR
    • DEMONSTRATION GARDEN GREAT PLACE FOR IDEAS
    September 6, 2012, Council Newsletter September 6, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS: WALK AND ROLL SUNDAY FROM NOON TO 4 P.M.
    • 2012 FUN FOR ALL ENDS WITH OLYMPIC FUN
    • 2012 EUGENE GREEN HOME & GARDEN TOUR
    August 30, 2012, Council Newsletter August 30, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • "EUGENE: THEN & NOW" - FREE LIBRARY TALK PAINTS A VIVID PICTURE
    • EUGENE'S LOVE FOOD NOT WASTE EXPANDS TO OTHER COMMUNITIES
    August 23, 2012, Council Newsletter August 23, 2012, Council Newsletter
    • FALL REC GUIDE OFFERS MORE THAN "FUN AND GAMES"
    • WORK STARTS MONDAY ON REPAIRS TO WEST BANK PATH
    • OPEN HOUSE LOOKS AT OPTIONS FOR WILLAMETTE STREET FROM 19TH TO 24TH
    August 16, 2012 Council Newsletter August 16, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • BUILDING INSPECTION RECOGNIZED FOR INNOVATIVE FIELD MOBILITY VANS
    • GRANT TO ADVANCE PARALYMPIC SPORTS CLUB
    • SNAP IS HAPPENING
    • CONTROLLED ECOLOGICAL BURNS HELP NATIVE FIRE-DEPENDENT SPECIES THRIVE
    • HULT CENTER ENTRANCE CHANGES FOR LOBBY LIGHTING CONSTRUCTION
    • NEW EUGENE PARK WATCH PROGRAM AIMS TO MAKE PARKS SAFER
    • EUGENE REUSES: USED MERCHANDISE CREATES JOBS AND REDUCES WASTE
    • JOIN EPD FOR GRAND OPENING OF 300 COUNTRY CLUB ROAD FACILITY
    August 9, 2012 Council Newsletter August 9, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR PUBLIC WORKS - WASTEWATER DIVISION
    • NORTHWEST COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION SPRUCES UP ALTON BAKER PARK
    • RECREATION HITS THE BULL'S EYE
    • KIDS AND TEENS SHOW "EUGENE'S GOT TALENT!" AT EUGENE LIBRARY
    • SALAWA MEADOW ACQUIRED BY CITY
    July 26, 2012 Council Newsletter July 26, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • NEIGHBORHOOD MATCHING GRANT CYCLE NOW OPEN
    • FOOD FOR BODY AND SPIRIT FOR SENIORS AND CAREGIVERS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • POPULAR ART CLASSES OFFER MANY BENEFITS
    July 19, 2012 Council Newsletter July 19, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • WHITEAKER NEIGHBORHOOD RIVER FESTIVAL BRINGS COMMUNITY TOGETHER
    • YOUNG WOMEN GET FIRED UP
    • CAMPBELL CENTER CELEBRATES 50 YEARS
    • SUMMER READING FOR KIDS IS HOT
    • ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF WEST EUGENE EMX EXTENSION NOW AVAILABLE
    • COMMUNITY MEETINGS LOOK AT PROPOSAL FOR TRAFFIC CALMING ON JEPPESEN ACRES ROAD
    • REPAIR WORK SET TO BEGIN ON MLK BOULEVARD
    July 12, 2012 Council Newsletter July 12, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • ADAPTIVE WATER SPORTS FEATURED AT WATERFEST
    • TEEN SUMMER READING AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    July 5, 2012 Council Newsletter July 5, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • BEATLEMANIA DESCENDS ON DOWNTOWN EUGENE
    • TWELVE GRADUATE FROM METRO FIRE ACADEMY
    • MINDA DRIVE TRAFFIC CALMING COMMUNITY MEETING
    • EUGENE@150 KICK-OFF CONCERT JULY 11 INCLUDES A FUN TWEAK OF EUGENE'S HISTORY
    June 28, 2012 Council Newsletter June 28, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • POSITIVE CHANGES IN WHITEAKER NEIGHBORHOOD INCLUDE VOLUNTEER PROJECT AT SLADDEN PARK
    • CAMP AT OLYMPIC TRIALS PROVIDES LEGACY OF LEADERSHIP
    June 21, 2012 Council Newsletter June 21, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • WELCOME TO TRACK TOWN, USA!
    • DOWNTOWN IS COOKING: NEW RESTAURANTS BRING TASTINESS TO CITY'S CENTER
    • TRACKTOWN12 HIGHLIGHTS LUNCH ON THE SQUARE
    • CITY OFFERS RAIN GARDEN WORKSHOP TO ENCOURAGE SUSTAINABLE STORMWATER SOLUTIONS
    • SPLASH STORMWATER LESSONS GET A GOOD GRADE IN LOCAL CLASSROOMS
    June 14, 2012 Council Newsletter June 14, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • SNAP RESULTS IN STRONG PARTNERSHIPS FOR TRAINSONG NEIGHBORS
    • SUMMER READING STARTS WITH KIDS' SHOWS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • PUBLIC WORKS APWA REACCREDITATION INCLUDES 10 MODEL PRACTICES
    • FLEET AND RADIO SERVICES HOSTS REGIONAL 100 BEST FLEETS SEMINAR
    • PUBLIC INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE TO NEW PUBLIC ART AT 13TH AND ALDER
    • CITY LAUNCHES FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN FOR EUGENE SUNDAY STREETS
    • VOLUNTEERS POLISH EUGENE'S CROWN JEWEL
    • FIRST CONVENTIONAL CHAIN GROCER TO JOIN LOVE FOOD NOT WASTE
    June 7, 2012 Council Newsletter June 7, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • SUMMER READING FOR ALL AGES: DREAM BIG AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • INTERNAL ZERO WASTE EFFORT UNDERWAY
    • WASTEWATER RECEIVES RECOGNITION FOR SHARP CERTIFICATION
    May 31, 2012 Council Newsletter May 31, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • CITY STAFF RECEIVES REGIONAL AWARD FOR LEADERSHIP IN GREEN BUILDING
    • "OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO" THEME OF WE ARE BETHEL CELEBRATION
    • PRE'S ROCK WALKS AT TRACK TOWN 12
    • LET'S MOVE! EUGENE HELPS FAMILIES START SUMMER BY GETTING ACTIVE
    • STARTING BLOCK RETURNS TO OLYMPIC TRIALS
    May 24, 2012 Council Newsletter May 24, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • IT'S STARTING TO FEEL A LOT LIKE – OLYMPIC TRIALS TIME
    • LOCAL FIREFIGHTERS VOLUNTEER ON PROJECT FOR COMBAT VETERANS
    • "FROM PRINT TO PIXELS" COMMUNITY CONVERSATION AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    May 17, 2012 Council Newsletter May 17, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • FIRST LOADS OF 'LOVE FOOD NOT WASTE' COMPOST DONATED TO AREA GARDENS
    • PILOT PROGRAM BEGUN FOR PLACEMENT OF CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT
    • AMAZON POOL OPENS FOR SUMMER SEASON ON MAY 21
    May 10, 2012 Council Newsletter May 10, 2012 Council Newsletter
    • OPERATION VIGILANT GUARD
    • THE CITY SINGERS LIVE – TWICE
    • NEW SERVICE SPEEDS POPULAR BOOKS TO READERS AT EUGENE PUBLIC LIBRARY
    • KIDCITY'S SUPPORT FOR RELAY FOR LIFE HOLDS LIFE LESSONS
    • KATHMANDU DELEGATION TO STUDY EUGENE PROGRAMS
    May 03, 2012 Council Newsletter May 03, 2012 Council Newsletter
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