City of Eugene – Permit Information Center Open for Business with Modifications
The Permit and Information Center will continue to provide our regular services to the community. However, to take preventative measures for community member and staff safety against the spread of COVID-19, in-person lobby services will be suspended as of Thursday March 19 at NOON until further notice.
The Community Development team is committed to making Eugene a better place to live and work. We assist businesses and residents with an array of programs focused on specific goals including: affordable rental housing development and housing repair (HOME), Downtown planning and improvement, economic stability through living-wage job creation, and managing federal Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) activities.
The City of Eugene sets rates and standards for garbage, yard debris and recycling collection service inside the City limits. We also support food waste collection for residential and commercial customers. Creating a livable and prosperous community is our core emphasis in developing educational and community partnerships. We promote and enhance local outreach efforts that advance conservation as an essential community value.
The City of Eugene manages over 1,000 on street and 3,000 off-street parking spaces in downtown Eugene. Parking meters and time limits are placed in high-use parking areas of Eugene to encourage the necessary turnover that increases accessibility for everyone and supports local businesses that rely on street parking for customer access.