Community Resources

Community Resources

The City of Eugene is working hard with our partners at Lane County and Springfield to ensure our community has important information about local, state and federal resources to help residents and businesses significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of these programs and services are available to everyone regardless of where you live. All Eugene residents regardless of immigration status are eligible for City of Eugene programs and services.

We will continue updating the following pages as more resources develop.

Long-term Community Recovery

City staff, regional partners and members of our business community are also working together on plans for our long-term community recovery. Our Emergency Operations Center team includes staff who are focusing solely on long-term recovery efforts. The developing plan includes business and employment recovery assistance, housing assistance and development support such as process improvements and public-led projects, as well as the City’s cultural services, events and activities that bring engaging experiences to the community.

We look forward to sharing details of our next steps over the coming weeks and months.


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