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Benefits of a Neighborhood Association

Eugene has twenty-three (23) recognized neighborhood associations. Active neighborhood associations provide everyone an opportunity to have a voice in decisions that affect the livability of their neighborhood and community. Neighborhood associations are a great way to partner with other neighbors, the City, and other groups to develop solutions to shared problems. Being part of a neighborhood association connects people who share a vision of a safe, healthy, and vibrant community.


Read the 2018 Neighborhood Annual Report


Get Involved

Neighborhood associations are volunteer organizations that thrive and grow when everyone is involved. Here are just a few of the ways you can get involved in your neighborhood:


Campus Area Neighborhoods

Maintaining safe and livable neighborhoods for all is a shared responsibility. Here are a number of valuable resources that promote livability in our neighborhoods:


Find My Neighborhood

Office of Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement

In addition to supporting Eugene's neighborhood associations, our office works to create an equitable, safe and welcoming community by:


  • Engaging more voices in City decision-making
  • Supporting victims of hate and bias activity
  • Coordinating accessibility for events, facilities, programs and services
  • Responding to discrimination complaints and accessibility grievances
  • Supporting the Human Rights Commission

Learn more about the Office of Human Rights and Involvement


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