Parks and Open Space

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Parks and Rec System Plan

With the help of 12,000 of you, the Parks and Recreation System Plan draft has been completed. Find out what's in store for your neighborhood.


Eugene's Parks Become Salmon-Safe Certified

Eugene Parks and Open Space has been certified salmon-safe by the Oregon nonprofit Salmon-Safe, the nation’s first certification organization linking land management practices with the protection of water quality and imperiled native fish.


The Newest Section of the Ridgeline Trail Open

Celebrate the Ridgeline Trail System's newest addition. The recently-completed 1.3 mile shared-use trail opens up the new 250-acre Wild Iris Ridge Park in Southwest Eugene for all to enjoy.


The grand opening celebration took place on Tuesday, October 24. Mayor Vinis officially opened the trail at 11 a.m., and guests then explored the park on their own or took a tour with members of the Eugene Parks ecological services team to learn more about how the site was transformed and what's up next.


See the new Ridgeline Trail Map for details about the new trail and the entire Ridgeline Trail System.


Skinner Butte Habitat Enhancement

Skinner Butte Park is getting some much needed attention. Learn about an ongoing project to reduce wildfire risk and improve the natural areas on the east, south and west sides of the butte.


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