SHiNA General Meeting on Sunday February 3rd, 1:00 – 3:00pm
at Wayne Morse Family Farm – 595 Crest Drive
Please join us and come to express yourself during public comments. Eugene Civic Alliance & Youth House will also present updates. Emergency Preparedness will be discussed to help ourselves & neighbors. The meeting was moved to an earlier time to accommodate Super Bowl enthusiasts.
During this holiday season please consider giving a donation to St. Vincent de Paul Youth House. SVdP is Lane County’s largest non profit human services organization. The youth house provides secure housing and counseling for 13 girls ages 16 through 18 for two years.
This survey is being sent out to all of the neighborhoods in Eugene trying to collect as much data as possible on how residents feel about the survey questions. This is survey number one in a series of surveys.
This survey closes at the end of Sunday, November 11 so the results can be forwarded to the city council ahead of Tuesday’s discussion on City Hall.
Eugene’s neighborhood associations are conducting the first in an ongoing series of surveys to increase the opportunities for public feedback on issues of general concern. The purpose of this survey is to provide another avenue of feedback that is similar to email/letters, personal meetings, and public testimony directed to city council and is not designed or intended to make statistical inferences about public opinion as a whole.
This survey has six questions and should take about one or two minutes to complete.
· Results from these surveys will be made public and presented to the Eugene City Council.
· All responses are anonymous
· This survey is exclusively for residents of the city of Eugene
· The survey software limits respondents to one submission
Thank you for taking the survey, we appreciate your feedback!
The SHiNA Board will hold its Elections on Sunday, November 4th from 2:00 – 4:00pm
at Wayne Morse Family Farm (595 Crest Drive).
Please consider joining the board and coming to vote. We will also have a Pacific Northwest Mushroom & Toadstool slideshow presentation from former LCC mycology instructor Ralph McDonald. Oregon is home to hundreds of species of edible mushrooms, several psychoactive species and to four dangerously poisonous species. Bring your mushroom questions and samples that you’d like identified.
The City of Eugene is working to combat hate and bias in Lane County. Click on the image to view the PDF manual on how one should identify, respond and report such actions in your area.