Links to Calendars:
Neighborhood Association Meetings
Weekly City of Eugene Public Meetings Calendar
Eugene City Council Tentative Working Agenda
Lane County Public Calendar
Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC) Events Calendar
- Matt Keating (Councilor Ward 2) email
- Emily Semple (Councilor Ward 1) email
- Randy Groves (Councilor Ward 8) email
- Mayor, Council and City Manager email
- Eugene Mayor direct e-mail – Lucy Vinis
- City Manager direct e-mail – Sarah Medary
- Eugene City Calendar
- Find My Neighborhood Association and City Council Ward
- Southwest Hills Neighborhood Association City Page
- Eugene Neighborhood Associations
- Cascades Raptor Center
- Wayne Morse Historical Society
- Family School
4J Eugene School District: Neighborhood School Boundary Maps
Eugene Police Department Contacts and Services:
Address: 300 Country Club Rd, Eugene, OR 97401
Non-Emergency Phone: 541-682-5111
Police Community Engagement Team
Serving the City of Eugene by empowering the community through proven crime prevention strategies with an emphasis on education to reduce crime and promote safety.
Meet your Community Engagement Team
Community Engagement Specialists are assigned by area of the City. This allows them the ability to be familiar with crime trends and unique community issues in their areas. Use the Find My Beat Application below to determine which police beat you live in to determine which Community Engagement Specialist is assigned to your area. Your Community Engagement Specialist can assist you with a large variety of prevention and non-emergency police services.
Enter Your Address: Police Beat 4
Police Community Engagement Specialist
Janina Rager, Police Beat 4
Email – JRager@eugene-or.gov
Police Program Manager
Email – Jeff.V.Blonde@ci.eugene.or.us
Bicycle Safety & Theft Prevention; City Watch; Fireworks Enforcement; Party Safe – Party Responsibly; Personal Safety; Prevent Crashes; Protect Your Business; Protect Your Car; Protect Your Home; Scams, Fraud & Identity Theft; Traffic Safety; Verified Alarm Response Policy; Virtual Safety Town.
Center for Dialogue & Resolution:
CDR acts as a neutral third party to help solve problems between neighbors, landlords and tenants, housemates, organizations, businesses, consumers and merchants, co-workers and others. They offer mediation on issues including pets, noise, lifestyle, rental agreements, money and more. The Community program’s mediation, facilitation and restorative justice services can usually address any dispute that could conceivably be resolved through dialogue as long as both parties are genuinely interested in finding resolution to the problem and are competent to make decisions for themselves and understand the implications of such a decision. CDR’s fees are $200/hr but do offer a full sliding scale and never turn anyone away.
1400 Cross St, Eugene, OR 97402
Monday-Friday, 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Lane County Emergency Management
Patence Winningham-Melcher, Lane County Emergency Manager
City of Eugene – Emergency Evacuation Zones Interactive Map
Flood Inundation Mapper
Northwest Inter-agency Coordination Center
Northwest Fire Location Map – displays active fire incidents within Oregon & Washington.
Air Quality & Fire Smoke Information:
- Lane Regional Air Protection Agency (LRAPA)
- Environmental Protection Agency, Air Now
- Weather Underground
- Guide to Hiring an Asbestos Abatement Company
- NASA Satellite Map of Fire Conditions
- ZoomEarth Satellite Map of Heat & Fire
- AirNow Fire and Smoke Map
- Rat Prevention and Control Brochure
The ToolBox Project is a volunteer-driven, tool-lending library open to residents of Lane County, Oregon. The ToolBox Project is located in the Friendly Neighborhood at 2235 Adams Street.
Visit the website for more information on membership, opportunities for volunteering and donations, and the tool inventory.