City Services - What's Open?

The health and safety of our community is the City’s top priority. In accordance with Governor Brown’s rules to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon, the City of Eugene is taking action to reduce potential exposure to this virus, especially for those individuals who are at higher risk of severe illness.

At this time, these actions include postponing or canceling large community events and activities as well as changing the delivery of some City services and programs. Under the guidance of Lane County Public Health and in consultation with our expert internal emergency response staff, the City is making these difficult decisions in the best interest of public health and welfare.

Essential Services are Open 

Essential City services are still running. Some are available online, by phone, and by email.

Your Visit

If you must visit open City offices, social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19 will affect your visit. 

You should: 

  • Keep 6 feet between you and other people at all times
  • Do not touch other people: no shaking hands or hugs
  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds each time 

Current Information on City Services Available During the Coronavirus Outbreak

This following information about other City services will be updated continually. Departments and topics are listed in alphabetical order. 

  1. Emergency Services
  2. Businesses
  3. City Manager's Office
  4. Community Court
  5. Eugene Airport
  6. Hult Center
  7. Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement
  8. Library
  9. Municipal Court
  10. Parks & Open Space
  11. Permit Information Center
  12. Police and Fire Departments
  13. Public Meetings & Events
  14. Recreation
  15. Public Works 
  16. Spay and Neuter Clinic

Emergency Services

We will continue to respond to emergency calls for service, in progress crimes, other high priority life/safety issues, and incidents that require evidence gathering. Our police, fire and medical personnel have the equipment, training and protocols they need to protect themselves and community members. They’ve been practicing, they are ready and they are at work.