1st Avenue Shelter
The 1st Avenue Shelter provides services for the Cities of Eugene and Springfield, and Lane County. The shelter cares for stray, abandoned, and neglected animals, reunites owners with their pets, provides medical attention, and finds new loving homes for animals.
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1st Avenue Public Animal Shelter
To view stray and adoptable animals at the 1st Avenue Shelter please visit during shelter hours or check outwww.green-hill.org. See tabs at top of page.
3970 W. 1st. Avenue
Shelter Hours: Tuesday through Friday
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
- City of Eugene Dog licenses can be purchased or renewed at the Shelter.
- The City of Eugene's low cost Spay and Neuter Clinic operates out of the same location: 541-682-3643.
Contract for Service
Along with Lane County and the City of Springfield, the City of Eugene contracts with Greenhill Humane Society SPCA, a local nonprofit 501c3 organization, to operate the 1st Avenue Shelter at the publicly-owned shelter facility. As an independent contractor, Greenhill is compensated for contracted services the organization provides to the City of Eugene.
Greenhill is required to submit monthly reports on shelter and adoption activities. As these are available they will be posted here.
August 2016 Shelter Statistics
July 2016 Shelter Statistics
June 2016 Shelter Statistics
May 2016 Shelter Statistics
April 2016 Shelter Statistics
March 2016 Shelter Statistics
February 2016 Shelter Statistics
January 2016 Shelter Statistics
1st Avenue Shelter Outcomes
Greenhill has created this outcome report that lists outcomes for all animals in the shelter for a particular month. This report is not required under the City of Eugene's contract with Greenhill.
August 2016 Outcome Report
July 2016 Outcome Report
June 2016 Outcome Report
May 2016 Outcome Report
April 2016 Outcome Report
March 2016 Outcome Report
February 2016 Outcome Report
January 2016 Outcome Report
Animals Transferred From Shelter to Greenhill Humane Society
Several times a month, some animals are transferred from the shelter to Greenhill Humane Society. This is done for several reasons including getting animals more exposure to potential adoptive families, and ensuring there is always some kennel space available for incoming animals at the shelter.
August 2016 Transfers to Greenhill
July 2016 Transfers to Greenhill
June 2016 Transfers to Greenhill
May 2016 Transfers to Greenhill
April 2016 Transfers to Greenhill
March 2016 Transfers to Greenhill
February 2016 Transfers to Greenhill
January 2016 Transfers to Greenhill
As part of its contract with the City of Eugene, Greenhill has develop a variety of protocols to provide guidance on how various areas of shelter and adoption activities are carried out. The following protocols have been completed. As additional protocols are completed they will be posted here.