Thank you, community members, for voicing your strong support for the future of Eugene Parks and Rec. The bond and levy have passed! Now parks staff will begin working on everything from strengthening safety and security efforts and increasing park maintenance, to planning park renovations and the creation of new parks in underserved areas.
These are just the first steps in a much larger 30 year System Plan that was created based on feedback you’ve given us over the last three years.
Information about the recently submitted tree removal permit application by the University of Oregon for 23 trees along Agate Street, as well as the City Code requirements for removal and permitting process.
Over the next few months, the City of Eugene Parks and Open Space Division and the design consultant team led by Walker Macy are seeking community input at a series of public meetings to inform the design of Eugene's Downtown Riverfront Park.
Eugene Outdoors, the Parks and Open Space volunteer program, has released its 2017 Year in Review. Visit bit.ly/outdoors2017 to read some of the highlights, accomplishments and stories that shaped the past year and get a peek at goals for the current year.
Join the Eugene Parks Foundation in completing the fully-inclusive vision at Amazon Community Park of music for all. Learn more at Eugeneparksfoundation.org Opens a New Window. .
Skinner Butte Park is getting some much needed attention. Learn about an ongoing project to reduce wildfire risk and improve the natural areas on the east, south and west sides of the butte.