Parks and Open Space
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Eugene Outdoors volunteers make a difference
Eugene Outdoors, the Parks and Open Space volunteer program, has released its 2016 Year in Review. Read some of the highlights, accomplishments and stories that shaped the past year and get a peek at goals for the year ahead.
Storm recovery efforts continue
Our crews are continuing to address hazardous trees in parks and natural areas. However, due to the extent of the damage caused by the December ice storm, this process will take time. Please continue to use caution in parks around trees.
The following trails have been cleared of high hanging broken limb hazards and are now open: Skinner Butte Trails, Martin St-Fox Hollow, Fox Hollow-Dillard Loop Trail, Dillard Connector, Spencer Butte Main Trail and Spencer Butte West Trail. Other Ridgeline Trails (52nd & Willamette-Fox Hollow, Blanton Ridge, Hendricks Park Forest Trails, Mt. Baldy and the unfinished Wild Iris Ridge Trail) remain closed until hazards can be removed.
2016 State of Eugene’s Parks Report is available. Learn about the present condition of parks, current challenges and future plans.
Charnel Mulligan Parkis 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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