Delivering services and providing support to Eugene's City Council, the community and the entire organization.
Who We Are
Central Services Department staff focus their work on delivering services and providing support to the efforts of the Eugene City Council, community projects, and essential daily functions of the entire organization through forward thinking and innovation. The department places value in excellence, ethics, stewardship and creating a safe and respectful work environment. Along with these values, department goals are centered around fostering growth and leadership in employees, work groups, the organization and the community.
Some of our more notable recent accomplishments are captured in the Central Services Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report.
Please contact 541-682-5027 for Central Services Department general inquiries.
Frequently Requested Contacts
Please contact the following for more common NON-DEPARTMENTAL inquiries:
|Division||Address (Eugene, OR 97401)||Phone|
|Administration||100 W. 10th Ave., Ste. 400||541-682-5027|
|City Manager's Office||125 E. 8th Ave., 2nd floor||541-682-5010|
|City Prosecutor's Office||99 W. 10th Ave., Ste. 310||541-682-8401|
|Facility Management||210 Cheshire Ave.||541-682-2690|
|Finance||100 W. 10th Ave., Ste. 400||541-682-5022|
|Human Resources||940 Willamette St., Ste. 200||541-682-5061|
|Information Services||100 W. 10th Ave., Ste. 450||541-682-5070|
|Municipal Court||1102 Lincoln St.||541-682-5400|
|Risk Services||940 Willamette St., Ste. 200||541-682-5665|
The list below offers some of the current projects that embody how the respective divisions of the Central Services Department support Eugene City Council, community projects, and essential daily functions of the entire organization through forward thinking and innovation.
- Climate Recovery Ordinance - The Climate Recovery Ordinance (CRO), adopted in 2014 and updated in 2016, is our community’s next step towards reducing community-wide greenhouse gas emissions, reducing community-wide fossil fuel use, and identifying strategies to help the community adapt to future changes.
- Community Court - The Eugene Community Court aims to improve public safety and reduce misdemeanor activity in the downtown core to improve safety and quality of life for all. Meets every Friday in Downtown Library.
- Corporate Renovation Project (no link) - After years of planning, the City launched the Corporate Renovation Project (CRP) to invest in new, integrated corporate software. The City uses the word “renovation” in the project title, to acknowledge that the effort is as much about business process change as it is about software implementation. Financial processes went "live" in December 2017, with HR processes scheduled to "go live" in 2019.
- Downtown Development & Maintenance - To maintain the economic strength of downtown, the City of Eugene works closely with private sector partners and developers using available economic tools and City-owned property to foster a vibrant, safe and welcoming downtown.
- Emergency Management - The City of Eugene, City of Springfield, and University of Oregon are all working together to build a culture of preparedness in our community. Increasing our overall disaster resilience is the responsibility of every community member.
- Emergency Operations Center (no link) - The Eugene Police Department (EPD) and Central Services staff have been working together to explore the idea of co-locating a new Emergency Operations Center (EOC) with a new EPD Special Operations Facility. The team has identified one viable location for the facility on a 6.62 acre site in west Eugene, in the Greenhill Technology Park.
- Homelessness - Over the past few years, the City of Eugene along with governmental and community partners have taken a number of steps to address the needs of persons currently experiencing homelessness and to also prevent homelessness.