Plans, Reports and Other Human Rights Documents
Hate and Bias Report
Each year, the City tracks both criminal and non-criminal hate and bias behavior and issues a report. This is the fourth year the comprehensive report has been released. The City of Eugene, in alignment with the City Council Goal of creating a Safe Community, is committed to working with community partners to reach the vision of creating a community where every person regardless of their identity is safe, valued and welcome.
Hate and Bias Response and Prevention Toolkit
Hate and bias have major impacts on victims, families, and communities at large. In Eugene, everyone has a stake in creating a community where every person feels welcome, valued and respected. This Prevention and Response Toolkit exists to support you, your neighborhood, and your communities in engaging with us in this effort.
Plans, Reports, and Other Documents for Neighborhood Associations and Community Engagement
Public Engagement Guidelines
By involving the public in identifying priorities and solutions, the City can better understand community concerns, ensure they are reflected in city policies, practices, and programs and provide for the equitable provision of services for all its constituents. These guidelines can help you think about, plan, and execute public participation activities. While the guidelines are not a comprehensive set of instructions on public participation, they do present useful suggestions for how to be culturally competent in your activities. See the City of Eugene Public Participation Guidelines
Cal Young Neighborhood Association