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Posted on: February 11, 2020

Wastewater and Engineering Partner to Develop a Spill Tracing App

Geographic Information System (GIS) tools and technology are becoming increasingly vital to address a variety of work tasks across City operations. Recently, Sr. Industrial Source Control Inspector Duke DeClue and GIS Technician Carola Eklund completed a ...

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Public Works
Posted on: February 11, 2020

Leaf Season Wraps Up Ahead of Schedule

In January, we put another productive and well-coordinated leaf collection season behind us. With staff from Surface and Park Operations and the Roosevelt Yard call takers all working together, we collected 12,826 cubic yards from the beginning of Novembe...

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Public Works
Posted on: February 11, 2020

Signal Changes on River Road Support Vision Zero Goals

As many of you know, the City of Eugene has adopted a Vision Zero Resolution with the goal that no loss of life or serious injury on our transportation system is acceptable. Vision Zero is a data-drive plan that looks at trends and crash data to help info...

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Public Works
Posted on: February 11, 2020

Public Weighs in on Suzanne Arlie Master Plan

It was standing room only on Monday, December 9, when POS staff presented the Suzanne Arlie Park master plan proposal. 

 An enthusiastic group of more than 120 community members listened as staff outlined the plans to turn 515 acres of pa...

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Public Works
Posted on: February 11, 2020

Amazon Trail Reconstruction

 POS staff has completed the reconstruction of a beloved 3.5-mile stretch of trail running along both sides of the Amazon Creek from Hilyard Street to Frank Kinney. Hiding under a fresh cover of bark is the new rock base that will provide long-te...

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Public Works