On the behalf of the Santa Clara Community Organization, I would like to welcome you to our community, situated on the banks of the beautiful Willamette River. Here you will find the charm of meandering creeks, heritage trees, small organic farms, a wide variety of bird life, Continue reading →
The 2nd Annual Community Celebration and 8th Annual Awbrey Park Wildflower Celebration are Saturday, May 4 from 11AM – 2PM – both at Awbrey Park. Artie the Art Bus and Cat in the Hat will be there. Drop by for Hot Dogs, Music, Wildflower Tours, Horseshoes, Organic Produce from local farms, and several informational booths about happenings in our area: The LTD Transit Station, ODOT improvements to Beltline at Delta and River Road, news on Beaver-Hunsaker, Master Gardeners, our Volunteer Library, North Eugene Homeless Advocacy Group and more. Come meet your Santa Clara Neighbors and have a great time. The Community and Wildflower Celebration is at Awbrey Park at the corner of River Road and Spring Creek Drive. A little over 2 miles north of Beltline.Map
Saturday, May 4. Santa Clara Community Celebration and Wildflower Festival. 11 am – 2 pm. More details to follow.
May 5. Greater Eugene Sacred Choir will be performing their Spring Concert Sunday May 5, 2019. The concert starts at 4PM at St Matthew’s Episcopal Church 4110 River Road (admission is free, though a free-will offering is taken to cover expenses)
Saturday, May 11. Compost Demonstration at St. Matthew’s Church. 10 am.
We are starting to see some activity regarding Safety Education and Safety Engineering along Beaver-Hunsaker. Thanks to everyone who has provided input at our SCCO meetings and directly to Lane County Public Works.
Here’s a recent message from Becky Taylor, Senior Transportation Planner at Lane County Public Works.
Dear Friends and Families of Beaver-Hunsaker:
Thanks to overwhelming community support and multiple-agency collaboration, we have made progress on our engineering and education plans for improving pedestrian safety on the Beaver-Hunsaker Corridor. Last Thursday, the Central Lane Metropolitan Policy Committee expressed support for allocating federal funding to implement short-term engineering improvements. Yesterday, we were able to install about 40 safety signs in front yards along the Beaver-Hunsaker Corridor, following a pedestrian safety presentation at the Lone Oak Assisted Living Center. Details are attached.
Becky Taylor Senior Transportation Planner Lane County Public Works
For the full Beaver-Hunsaker Corridor Pedestrian Safety Action Plan click here.