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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. Share your thoughts in a community safety survey that will take 10 minutes.

    City Survey Seeks Input on Community Safety

    The Eugene City Council wants to hear from community members about community safety needs as they finalize funding priorities for the Community Safety Payroll Tax. Learn more and take the survey...
  3. The City is distributing free PPE to small businesses and non-profits in Eugene.

    Free PPE for Eugene Nonprofit and Small Businesses Opens for Second Round of Distribution

    Starting March 1, eligible small businesses and nonprofits are allowed to request a second allotment of supplies including gloves, disposable masks and antiseptic wipes. Learn more and make appointment online...
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    Survey: Help Shape Eugene’s Smart City Plan

    The Smart City Action Plan will guide the implementation of innovative solutions to help the community. Learn more and take the survey...
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    Eugene Airport Partners with The Good Traveler

    The Good Traveler is a carbon offset program that works to restore the balance by keeping greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere. Learn how to minimize your carbon footprint...
  6. Outdoor seating at Claim52 brewery.

    Business Investment Grant Helps Local Businesses Stay Afloat

    Local businesses hit hard by lost sales from the Covid-19 pandemic say financial help from the grant fund is helping to keep their doors open and people employed. Read about businesses helped by the grant...
  7. Boards and Commissions

    City Boards and Commissions Seeking Applicants

    Apply through March 12 to get involved and advise the City Council and City staff on a variety of subjects. Learn more about the opportunity and apply...
  8. Lane County is Currently in the COVID-19 Risk Level High

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

    Lane County lowered into the High risk category for the two-week period beginning February 26. Oregon Health Authority will reevaluate the level every two weeks based on current metrics. See guidelines for this risk level…
  9. COVID-19 Community Update

    February 23 Community Update

    Read about the City's latest actions related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Read the full community update...
  10. Outdoor seating at Claim52 brewery.

    Business Investment Grant Helps Local Businesses Stay Afloat

    Local businesses hit hard by lost sales from the Covid-19 pandemic say financial help from the grant fund is helping to keep their doors open and people employed. Read about businesses helped by the grant...
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