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  1. Lane County is Currently in the COVID-19 Risk Level High
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  3. Housing support for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

    Lane County Resident Rent Assistance Applications Open May 11

    Lane County will open applications for another round of State of Oregon Supporting Tenants Accessing Rental Relief (STARR) funding on Tuesday, May 11, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Learn how to apply...
  4. South Bank Bike Path

    South Bank River Path Closing for Remodel

    The Ruth Bascom Riverbank Path will be closed from the Frohnmayer Pedestrian & Bicycle Bridge to the Hilyard Street entrance starting May 10. Read more about the project...
  5. Entrance to the Broadway Streatery where the road is closed and restaurants/bars can expand cafe sea

    Broadway Streatery Returns to Support Downtown Businesses and Community Recovery

    The Broadway Streatery is back for the Spring and Summer season, allowing restaurants and bars to expand café seating outdoors and members of our community to gather safely in an outdoor, car-free environment. Learn more about the program...
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    Ad Hoc Committee Completes Report on Police Policy

    The report is available online and will be presented during the City Council work session on May 17. Learn more and read the final report...
  7. Taiko Drummers

    City of Eugene Celebrates Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month

    City Council last year declared May as Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month. Join us in celebrating all people of Asian descent, regardless of nationality and their diverse cultures, contributions and influences to Eugene. See event details and more…
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  9. Outdoor seating at Claim52 brewery.

    Business Investment Grant Helps Local Businesses Stay Afloat

    Local businesses hit hard by lost sales from the Covid-19 pandemic say financial help from the grant fund is helping to keep their doors open and people employed. Read about businesses helped by the grant...
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