Council Approves Homeless Housing

EUGENE, Ore. — The City of Eugene will move forward with plans to create a pilot program for Opportunity Village, a proposed living site for area homeless residents. City Council approved the project at Monday night’s council meeting, asking the City Manager to work with the city-owned site located on North Garfield. A non-profit organization … Continue reading »

Eugene to Host City Hall Public Forum

EUGENE, Ore. — If you’d like to offer input into the new Eugene City Hall, you can. The first part of the forum is from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. at the Atrium lobby. Then at 7:30 p.m., public input will be taken at the regular city council meeting at Harris Hall. The city council is considering … Continue reading »

City Club to Discuss City Hall Options

EUGENE, Ore. — The City Club of Eugene is hosting a public forum Monday night to discuss the future of Eugene City Hall. There are various opinions on whether the city should rebuild city hall on its current site or to move its offices to EWEB’s riverfront site. A local architect will point out possibilities … Continue reading »

Eugene Looks for City Hall Options

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene is looking at three options when it comes to deciding how to move forward with a new city hall space. Everyone is moved out of city hall right now and scattered around downtown. Now the city has to figure out what to do next. The first option is … Continue reading »

City Hall Offices Move Around Town

EUGENE, Ore. — After nearly 50 years, Eugene’s city hall lowered its flag and moved out. Safety concerns forced city employees to set up shop in a new building. It’s a moving day that’s been a long time coming. Francisca Leyva Johnson, community engagement analyst, is doing a little house cleaning as she gets ready … Continue reading »

Eugene City Hall Officially Moves

EUGENE, Ore. — City managers will complete their move out of city hall this week and into the Lane County Public Service Building across the street. City hall has served as the center of Eugene government for more than 50 years. Time has deteriorated the condition of the building, and the need for a more … Continue reading »

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