Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement

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Eugene’s Office of Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement works to create an equitable, safe and welcoming community.

We serve the entire community by providing opportunities for meaningful participation in community conversations, access to government processes and services, and by connecting people to local resources and assistance. We receive discrimination and bias complaints and work with the Eugene Police Department to track hate crimes and provide support to victims of such crimes.

  1. Human Rights
  2. Neighborhoods
  3. Equity

Human Rights in Eugene

We believe that all of us have a stake in creating a place where every person feels valued and respected. The City of Eugene has a long tradition in protecting the rights of our residents and visitors and providing assistance to victims of hate crimes and discrimination. 

We protect the rights of our residents and visitors by:

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City Manager’s Office
Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement

Our staff is working remotely  to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please call or e-mail us for assistance. 

  • Address: 101 West 10th Avenue, 1st Floor, Eugene, OR 97401
  • Phone: 541-682-5177 
  • Fax: 541-682-5221
  • Email Us
  • Hours: The office is open to the public Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m.