About Sunday Streets

Eugene Sunday Streets are free community events that roll into Eugene every summer and are brought to you by the City of Eugene.


The events help connect Eugene neighborhoods by offering several miles of traffic-free streets for people to walk, bike and roll. There are activity centers at Eugene’s beautiful City parks and along the routes that include free:


  • Fitness classes
  • Dancing
  • Yoga
  • Slacklining
  • Live music 
  • Much more!

Information for Neighbors and Area Businesses

Although neighbors along the route are strongly encouraged to limit or postpone their driving between 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., there are designated intersections to allow residents access to their homes and local businesses.


Information for Vendors

All activity vendors must provide entertainment or an activity which engages participants in fitness and/or promotes healthy living and exercise. Interaction should be the primary focus, not incidental. Sales are discouraged at Eugene Sunday Streets. See more information for activity booths and food cart vendors.


Growing Attendance

Eugene’s first Sunday Streets took place on September 18, 2011, connecting the Whiteaker and Downtown neighborhoods. Since then it has consistently grown, becoming one of Eugene's most popular summer events.

  1. Yearly Attendance Stats
  2. Event Programs & Maps
Year Attendees Location(s)
2011 2,000+ Whiteaker to Downtown
2012 3,000+  
2013 5,700+  
(and 200+ volunteers)
 
2014 4,000+ Whiteker to Downtown, 
Harlow Neighborhood
2015 7,100 Downtown,
Friendly Neighborhood
2016 10,150 Downtown,
South University Neighborhood
2017 12,300 Downtown,
River Road Neighborhood
2018 13,500 Downtown, 
West Eugene/Churchill
2019   Downtown