1. COVID-19 Info and Community Resources

    Learn about City services and other community resources. See the City's latest updates...
  2. City Council Passes Resolution Condemning White Nationalism, Seditious Activities & Extremist Groups

    The Eugene City Council unanimously passed a Resolution Condemning White Nationalism and Seditious Activities and Extremist Groups at its Wednesday work session in alignment with the City Council goal of creating a safe and welcoming community. Read the resolution...
  3. Join Lane County’s Vaccine Town Hall Meeting on Jan. 21

    Join the virtual meeting from 7-8:30 p.m. to hear from experts and stakeholders about the current situation and the plan to vaccinate Lane County. Questions can be submitted in advance. Learn how to access the meeting…
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  1. Video update from Mayor Lucy Vinis

    Mayor Lucy Vinis Update

    Mayor Lucy Vinis discusses the City of Eugene's response to the smoke and wildfire event happening in our area currently. Also see additional McKenzie/Holiday Farm Fire information and resources

  1. Video on YouTube about the City of Eugene Emergency Operations Center that activated during the COVI

    COVID-19 Emergency Operations Center

    Hear about the City of Eugene's COVID-19 Emergency Operations Center from Incident Commander/Eugene Springfield Fire Chief Chris Heppel, as well as Eugene City Manager Sarah Medary.

  1. Video on YouTube at the Designated Temporary Shelter Sites set up during the initial response to COV

    COVID-19 Response: Designated Temporary Shelter Sites

    In response to COVID-19, the City worked with local organizations to set up Designated Temporary Shelter Sites where people experiencing homelessness could safely shelter in place and gain access to needed services. These temporary sites are phasing out in Phase 2 of Reopening, but the City is setting up similar Microsites to help support people experiencing homelessness and move towards more permanent solutions.