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    Mayor Vinis: Statement on Racist Murders in Buffalo

    Once more, I find myself reaching out to the community after a disgusting act of racism. My heart goes out to the families, friends, and communities left reeling from the senseless murders that occurred in Buffalo on Saturday. Read on...
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    Explore Public Works virtually during Public Works Week!

    The popular Eugene Public Works Day is returning in 2022, but with a virtual twist. This year children can explore various department services through a series of videos. Read on...
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    Eugene City Engineer honored as one of nation’s best

    The American Public Works Association (APWA) has chosen Eugene City Engineer Jenifer Willer as a 2022 National Top 10 leader. Read on...
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    Eugene Public Library goes fine-free

    Starting May 1, Eugene Public Library no longer charges overdue fines. Additionally, any existing overdue fines have been removed from accounts. Read on...
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    Bike Month Offers Fun and Free Activities

    May is Bike Month in Eugene and Springfield, so get your bike ready to ride. Celebrate with a full lineup of group rides and events for all ages and riding abilities. Read on...
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    City of Eugene’s proposed FY23 budget prepares for future

    Eugene City Manager Sarah Medary will present the FY23 Proposed Budget for the City of Eugene to the Eugene Budget Committee on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at 5:30 pm. Read on...
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