About Sunday Streets

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Free Community Event

The City of Eugene's Sunday Streets are free, family-friendly community events that encourage active transportation. healthy life styles, arts and performance, and local economic development. Sunday Streets expose the community to the transportation option of their choice in a fun environment. One of the major goals of Sunday Streets is to increase the percentage of residents that travel by bike and foot for transportation, pleasure, and health. 


Sunday Streets promotes healthy, active living by opening the city’s largest public space – its streets – for people to walk, bike, and roll and to discover active transportation in a fun, car-free environment. The annual summer events connect Eugene neighborhoods by offering several miles of traffic-free streets in various Eugene neighborhoods. There are Activity Centers at Eugene’s beautiful City parks and along the routes that include free:


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

Neighbors 

Come out and enjoy the fun with your neighbors and walk, bike, or roll around your neighborhood! Neighbors along the route are highly encouraged to limit or postpone their driving during the event, between 11:30am and 4pm. However there are designated intersections to allow residents access to their homes and local businesses during the event.


Area Businesses

Area Businesses are encouraged to actively engage participants. Contact us about setting up a booth, activating the space outside your business, or other participation ideas. Consider offering a Sunday Streets sale or special or becoming an event sponsor (with mentions on marketing materials).


Activity Booths, Vendors, & Food Carts

Sunday Streets welcomes businesses, community groups, food carts, and nonprofits to join us. In order to keep Sunday Streets interactive, all participants must provide entertainment or an activity which engages participants in fitness or promotes healthy living and exercise (food carts and exempt from this requirement). Interactions should be the primary focus, not incidental, and vendor sales are discouraged. View more information for activity booths, vendors and food carts.


Questions?

Email us with any questions. 


History

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. Past Event Schedules
  2. Sunday Streets Reports

Past Event Programs & Route Maps


 2011 - 5th Ave./Washington-Jefferson Park
 2012 - South University Area
 2013 - Downtown/Broadway
 2013 - Bethel Neighborhood
 2014 - 5th Ave./Washington-Jefferson Park 
 2014 - Harlow Neighborhood 
 2015- Downtown/Broadway
 2015- Friendly Neighborhood
 2016- Downtown/Broadway
 2016- South University Area
 2017- Downtown/Broadway
 2017- River Road Neighborhood
 2018- Downtown/Broadway
 2018- Churchill/West Eugene