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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. COVID-19 Community Survey Results

    City Council to Discuss COVID-19 Community Survey Results

    The City of Eugene worked a survey research firm that developed a standardized, national survey instrument to measure the impacts of COVID-19 on households nationwide. Learn more about the survey...
  3. Panoramic view of downtown Eugene looking towards Spencer Butte

    Council to Hold Public Hearing to Create More Safe and Lawful Places for People to Sleep

    The intent of additional sites would be to transition individuals currently camping in areas throughout the city to legal spaces to sleep that are managed and have services to ensure health and safety. Read about the discussion and public hearing...
  4. Community Court

    Independent Study Finds Eugene Community Court Reduces Arrests and Saves Money

    A recent study from the National Center for State Courts found that graduates of the City of Eugene’s Community Court program were less likely to be arrested, convicted, or sent to jail than those who did not participate in the program Learn more about the program and see the report...
  5. City of Eugene Equity Panel

    Local Organizations Serving Marginalized Communities Invited to Apply for Equity Panel

    Apply by April 30 for a $1,500 grant-funded position on the City of Eugene Equity Panel to advise City staff on City programs and practices that impact our community at the intersections of environmental, economic, racial, and social equity. Learn more and apply...
  6. Mayor&#39s Art Show

    Call to Artists: Mayor's Art Show

    The City of Eugene invites artists to submit work for the juried Mayor’s Art Show. The exhibition will be held virtually on our website along with satellite art installations downtown. The application deadline is June 1. Learn more and apply...
  7. Farmers Marketing rendering

    Call to Artists: Farmers Market Pavilion Artwork

    We are looking for experienced artists or artist-teams to create public works of art in and around the new Farmers Market Pavilion at 8th Avenue and Oak Street. The application deadline is April 23. Register online...
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  9. COVID-19 Community Update

    April 7 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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