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Posted on: September 3, 2020

COVID-19 Info and Community Resources

Discover COVID-19 Info and Community Resources

Learn about City services and other community resources.

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Posted on: October 30, 2020

Mayor Vinis: Statement on Election Protests & Safety

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In Eugene, we cherish and regularly exercise our right and privilege to free expression. 

 

We also recognize that with this right comes responsibility.

 

As we approach the elections this year, I am calling on everyone to uphold yo...

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Posted on: October 29, 2020

Mental Health Resources

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Taking care of your emotional health and wellbeing is important right now. With constant news updates, we understand how easy it is to become anxious and stressed, and while it’s important to remain informed, persistent checking of the news and ...

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Posted on: October 28, 2020

Stop the Spread: A COVID-19 Messaging Contest (with Prizes!) for Young Adults

Stop the Spread: A COVID-19 Messaging Contest for Young Adults (Ages 14-30)

City of Eugene is seeking submissions from people ages 14-30 living in Lane County for “Stop the Spread,” a community COVID-19 messaging contest geared toward young adults. Stop the Spread encourages anyone ages 14-30 to submit visual ...

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Posted on: October 29, 2020

Now Accepting Applications for First-ever Mayor's Youth Advisory Board

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Are you a City of Eugene youth interested in:

  • Having your voice heard in city government?
  • Learning more about the Eugene community?
  • Making an impact on youth in Eugene?
  • Developing leadership skills?

Apply for the First-ever Mayor’s Youth Advisory Boa...

Learn about the board and how to apply...

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Posted on: October 30, 2020

Winter Warming and Emergency Shelter Strategies

Rest stops allow up to 20 people to sleep overnight in tents or Conestoga huts

The City of Eugene is working in collaboration with Lane County and other partners on Winter Warming and Emergency Shelter Strategies.

 

Shelter Strategies

  • The City of Eugene is adding 5 new rest stops and additional microsites that are exp...
Learn more about the shelter strategies…

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Posted on: October 2, 2020

Halloween and COVID-19

Halloween and COVID-19

See tips for celebrating Halloween and other upcoming holidays safely.

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Posted on: October 23, 2020

City Prepares for Safe, Secure Election Day

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The City of Eugene is preparing for a safe Election Day and post-election security. 

Chief Chris Skinner has issued this statement:

 “Election Day, November 3, is approaching, and we are well aware of speculation and anxiety nati...

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Posted on: October 27, 2020

Downtown Eugene Continues to Inspire, Attract Entrepreneurs

Moke’s Coffee & Kitchen owners Mike Coplin and his son, Ian Coplin.

Two stores and a restaurant have opened recently in downtown Eugene, proving that while COVID-19 has disrupted daily life and the economy, entrepreneurs remain confident in the commercial and cultural center of the city as a place to start a business.

Two ...

Read about three new downtown businesses...

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Posted on: October 26, 2020

Three Finalists Announced for 2021 Mayor’s Bold Steps Award

Congratulations 2021 Bold Steps Award Finalists!

Each year, the Bold Steps Award recognizes Eugene-based sustainable businesses and is supported by a partnership between the City of Eugene, Eugene Mayor Lucy Vinis, and BRING’s Rethink business program.

2021 Mayor's Bold Step Award Fina...

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