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The City will pick up dead animals in the City right-of-way (basically city streets, the area between the sidewalk and the curb, parks and bike paths). If the dead animal is located on private property the property owner is responsible for disposal. There are several businesses in the Eugene/Springfield area offering animal removal services.
Lane County Transfer will also accept dead animals for disposal. Some restrictions and requirements apply. Please contact Lane County Transfer at 541-682-4120 for information.
To request a dead animal be picked up, submit a request for service or call Public Works Maintenance at 541-682-4800 or email PWM.
The City will remove garbage in the public right-of-way. Please be as specific as possible about the location (nearest street address or intersection and whether it is blocking the sidewalk or is in the lane of traffic) when making a request for service.
To request that debris or garbage in the City Right-of-Way be removed, please call Public Works Maintenance, Monday through Friday, 9 am to 4 pm at (541) 682-4800. For outside normal business hours, please call Eugene Police Non-emergency at (541) 682-5111, or call 9-1-1 if your request is an emergency.
The City conducts an annual survey of traffic signs and develops a plan to replace missing or damaged signs. Street name signs are replaced when reported (see link below to report a missing sign online).
Missing or malfunctioning traffic signs and signals often relate more directly to creating hazardous conditions for the traveling public. To report a malfunctioning traffic signal or missing traffic sign, call Public Works Maintenance at 541-682-4800 or email PWM during office hours, which are Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or dial 9-1-1 after office hours, on evenings or weekends.
To report a missing street name sign, submit a Traffic Sign Maintenance Request or call Public Works Maintenance at 541-682-4800 or email PWM.
Street trees are maintained by the Public Works, Parks and Open Space Division. Visit the Urban Forestry FAQs for more information about the City’s Street Tree program.
To report a problem with a street tree or request maintenance on a street tree, submit a request for service or call Public Works Maintenance at 541-682-4800 or email POS.