Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement

Three people drumming at a community neighborhood event

Eugene’s Office of Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement works to create an equitable, safe and welcoming community.

We serve the entire community by providing opportunities for meaningful participation in community conversations, access to government processes and services, and by connecting people to local resources and assistance.

  1. Neighborhoods
  2. Human Rights
  3. Equity

My Neighborhood 

We all care about the place we live in and want to have a voice in decisions that affect the livability of our neighborhoods. Find your neighborhood association (Eugene has 23!), learn how you can get involved, and read about ways you can improve your neighborhood. Love where you live!

Our office supports neighborhood associations in a variety of ways including:

  • Informing neighborhood associations about opportunities to provide input into City decisions
  • Improving communication and collaboration between City government, neighborhood associations and the larger community
  • Providing resources for neighborhood communication and physical improvements
  • Promoting neighborhood-based hate and bias prevention and responding to hate and bias incidents in our neighborhoods
Neighbors working together to plant trees

City Manager’s Office
Human Rights & Neighborhood Involvement

Our office is temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Please call or e-mail us for assistance. 

99 W. 10th Ave. Suite 117 Eugene, OR 97401 :: Phone: 541-682-5177 :: Fax: 541-682-5221 :: Email Us

The office is open to the public M-F 10:00 am to noon and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm