Do River Road and Santa Clara residents have access to a library?

Residents have expressed a desire for library access, especially in the Santa Clara neighborhood. There were also questions about what library services are currently available. The handbook below was created by the River Road-Santa Clara Transition Project team and provides an excellent overview of library services available to City and County residents. 

City residents can get a library card at no cost by visiting any City of Eugene public library location with proof of residence. County residents are also able to get a card to Eugene public libraries, but must pay a fee. As of March 2018, the annual fee is $130 per household. Both City and County residents can attend events and classes at the Eugene public libraries, regardless of whether they hold a library card.

Resources:

A Guide to Urban Services in River Road and Santa Clara
City of Eugene Library website

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1. What is a neighborhood plan? What is a refinement plan?
2. How will the Neighborhood Plan get adopted?
3. How does the River Road Corridor Study connect to the River Road-Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan?
4. What are the goals for the River Road corridor?
5. Will this neighborhood planning process impact annexation?
6. What is the plan for undeveloped park land?
7. What are current regulations for development along the river? Who maintains the riverfront?
8. How is the River Road-Santa Clara Neighborhood Plan coordinating with the Urban Reserves project?
9. The River Road Corridor Study includes draft proposals to focus land use changes along and near River Road. How will this impact traffic?
10. I have a question about a specific vacant lot in my neighborhood; where can I find more information?
11. How will we preserve and grow our farms?
12. What is the role of a Neighborhood Watch group, and how can we coordinate with City and County law enforcement?
13. Do River Road and Santa Clara residents have access to a library?