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  1. Discover COVID-19 Info and Community Resources

    COVID-19 Info and Community Resources

    Learn about City services and other community resources. See the City's latest updates...
  2. Vials of COVID-19 vaccines

    Join Lane County’s Vaccine Town Hall Meeting on Jan. 21

    Join the virtual meeting from 7-8:30 p.m. to hear from experts and stakeholders about the current situation and the plan to vaccinate Lane County. Questions can be submitted in advance. Learn how to access the meeting…
  3. Eugene Police Chief Chris Skinner

    Eugene Police Chief Chris Skinner Releases Statement

    Read Chief Skinner's full statement. Also see a statement from the FBI Special Agent in Charge that includes a tip line. Read both statements...
  4. City of Eugene receiving pallets of PPE that will be distributed for free to small businesses.

    City Distributing Millions of Pieces of FREE PPE for Eugene Nonprofit and Small Businesses

    Eligible businesses must meet specific requirements to receive supplies and make an appointment for pick-up. Learn more and make appointment online...
  5. COVID-19 Survey

    City of Eugene Launches Online COVID-19 Household Survey

    Data from the survey will help determine how best to focus City efforts to recover from the pandemic. Learn more and take the survey...
  6. Oregon State Capitol

    Participate in the 2021 Oregon Legislative Session

    The 81st Legislative Assembly will convene for Legislative Session on Jan. 22. There are many ways citizens can participate in the the 2021 Legislative Session. Citizens can also connect with their senators and representatives toll-free at 1-800-332-3313. Learn how to participate...
  7. Lane County&#39s current COVID-19 Risk Level: Extreme

    Lane County’s Current COVID-19 Risk Level: Extreme

    Lane County continues to be in the Extreme Risk Level from January 15-28. Oregon Health Authority will reevaluate the level every two weeks based on current metrics. See guidelines for this risk level…
  8. Hazy sunset over City of Eugene

    After 12 Years of Service, Eugene Police Auditor Will Retire in February

    During his tenure Gissiner worked collaboratively with the Eugene Police Department to put systems in place that better track complaints, uses of force and early intervention incidents. Read more about Mark Gissiner's retirement...
  9. Art installation supported by the Downtown Program Fund
  10. A rehabilitation project was recently completed for Ya-Po-Ah Terrace affordable housing for seniors

    Ya-Po-Ah Terrace Affordable Housing for Seniors, Rehabilitation Project Completed

    The substantial rehabilitation of Ya-Po-Ah Terrace is part of the City’s goal to rehabilitate at least 350 units of affordable housing for low-income persons. Read more about the project...
  11. COVID-19 Community Update

    January 12 Community Update

    Read about the City's latest actions related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Read the full community update...
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