Doing Business in Eugene

Information on resources for businesses and workers related to COVID-19 can be found at the City of Eugene’s COVID-19 Updates page

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Doing Business in Eugene? 

Need help from City government but unsure who to contact? Contact the City’s Business Help Team.


Questions about Building in Eugene?

Building things can be complex, and we want your project to succeed. The City of Eugene has a Development Liaison to assist with developments and businesses that are looking for extra assistance navigating through building processes and putting the pieces together. Click this   link to see how our Liaison can help and how to reach them.

 

Interested in Business Loans?

The City of Eugene works with businesses and developers using loans offered by the City of Eugene to support economic growth. Loans include Façade Improvement, Business Growth, Downtown, Signage, and River Loans.  See our business loans page to find out more and contact information.

 

Business Licenses

The City of Eugene does not issue a general business license to all businesses operating in Eugene. The business license office only regulates and requires licenses for certain business activities such as payday lenders, public passenger vehicles, recycling and solid waste, and alcohol/tobacco sales. 


Bids and Purchasing

Learn about current bid and contract opportunities available to consultants, service providers, contractors, vendors, or suppliers.   


Construction and Development Resources

Learn about construction and development resources provided by the City of Eugene including online permits, development incentives, and zoning and land use information.

 

Library Business Support

Access business-related information in the Eugene Public Library. 


Downtown Parking Permits

The City manages over 1,000 on-street and 3,000 off-street parking permits in Downtown Eugene. Learn more about Downtown Parking Permits

 

Community Safety Payroll Tax

The Eugene City Council passed the Community Safety Payroll Tax to provide long-term funding for community safety services.