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Improving Eugene’s Downtown

Exciting changes are happening downtown. We’ve seen new businesses opening, buildings filled with active uses, more people living downtown and more jobs — more than $250 million in public and private investments in our downtown. We are continuing to build on those successes with improvements to downtown infrastructure, public safety, social services and events.


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  1. Two Passionflower employees wearing masks showing off merchandise ahead of Small Business Saturday.

    Eugene Merchants and Holiday Market Look Forward to Small Business Saturday

    This Saturday, Nov. 28 marks the 10th anniversary of Small Business Saturday, which was started to give small businesses exposure and to inspire consumers to shop in their own communities during the holiday season. Read about local business holiday offerings...
  2. Give Joy: Shop Local. Mosaic Storefront Interior.

    Supporting businesses in downtown Eugene may never be as important as this holiday season

    Downtown merchants hope to get a boost from holiday shoppers in the weeks ahead. For some merchants, seasonal sales could make the difference between staying open or closing permanently. Learn how to support businesses downtown . . .
  3. Palace Bakery

    Iconic Downtown Eugene Coffee Shop Transfers to Familiar Hands

    Michael Phinney wanted to find the right person to take over Full City Coffee in downtown Eugene. After all, he had spent 30 years making the Pearl Street business an institution in the city’s highly competitive coffee shop scene. Read more about Palace Bakery . . .
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    Downtown Eugene Continues to Inspire, Attract Entrepreneurs

    Two stores and a restaurant have opened recently in downtown Eugene, proving that while COVID-19 has disrupted daily life and the economy, entrepreneurs remain confident in the commercial and cultural center of the city as a place to start a business. Read more about entrepreneurship in Eugene . . .
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    More Of A Good Thing – City of Eugene Extends “Streatery” Program for Restaurants

    The City of Eugene is extending an outdoor café seating program for another six months to help restaurants stay in business during the pandemic while complying with physical distancing requirements. Read more about the streatery program . . .
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