Posted on: February 22, 2017

Residents Should Keep Storm Debris Out of Right-Of-Way

Eugene Public Works is asking residents to keep storm-related debris out of the street and off the sidewalks. Crews have completed their one-time sweep of the city. They picked up downed trees, limbs, and leaves from the public right-of-way following the ...

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Posted on: February 10, 2017

Select Trails Along Ridgeline System Now Open

Eugene Public Works staff have completed the removal of high-hanging broken limb hazards on several trails throughout the Ridgeline Trail System.

Newly opened trails include:

  • Amazon Headwaters Trail
  • Fox Hollow to Dillard Loop Trail
  • Dillard Connector Trail

The ...

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Posted on: February 10, 2017

Construction to Close Knickerbocker Bridge

Starting Monday, February 13, the Knickerbocker Bridge will be closed as part of the South Bank Path Improvement Project.

The wooden bridge railings on the Knickerbocker Bridge are badly weathered and there is heavy splintering. Starting Monday, crews will...

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Posted on: January 24, 2017

Hundreds of Work Orders Completed, New Hazards Discovered Daily

Eugene Public Works has finished more than 600 tree-related work orders as it continues the lengthy recovery efforts from December’s ice storm. The work comes as staff move through neighborhoods cleaning up tree damage and leaves that are on the...

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Posted on: January 24, 2017

Frequently Asked Questions About the Ice Storm Recovery Process

Front loader picking up storm debris

Frequently Asked Questions:

Public Works Ice Storm Recovery Efforts

Q: When will crews clear the storm debris in front of my house?

A: Public Works is moving through neighborhoods right now, but it’s a slow process. Some streets have more fallen tr...

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