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    Mayor Vinis: Statement regarding Monterey Park shooting

    Along with many across the country and world, I am disturbed and devastated by the news out of Monterey Park, California this weekend. Read on...
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    City to negotiate purchase of former riverfront EWEB property

    The City of Eugene and Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB) have agreed to enter negotiations for the City to purchase EWEB’s former riverfront headquarters property. Read on...
  3. community members review street concepts

    Franklin Blvd. Transformation Open House

    Join us for an in-person and online Community Open House this February! Read on...
  4. Peace Village Artist Rendering

    City of Eugene seeks proposals for $1.2 million to create affordable housing

    The City of Eugene will help fund innovative, affordable housing with more than $1.2 million from the Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF). Read on...
  5. Young people at Vibe Teen event

    Funding available to grow and reactivate teen activities

    Local organizations are invited to apply for grants to fund their teen activities programs through Eugene Rec. Applications opened Jan. 3 and the deadline to submit is 3 p.m. March 13. Read on...
  6. Colorful produce from Community Gardens

    Eugene Community Garden Lottery Now Open

    The lottery for new gardeners in the Parks and Open Space Community Gardens program has opened for the new year. Lottery entries will be accepted until February 15. Read on...
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    Applications for Downtown Program Fund grants now open

    The City of Eugene’s Cultural Services division is now accepting applications for 2023 Downtown Program Fund grants. Read on...
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