Category Archives: Public Safety

The June 1st SCCO meeting will feature an update on the Navigation Center on River Avenue

Thursday, June 17:00 PM 3280 River Road(Messiah Lutheran Church) The June SCCO meeting will feature a presentation by Glenn Porter, the director of the Lane County Navigation Center on River Avenue being run by Equitable Social Solutions.  As a reminder, the … Continue reading

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Videos from April 6th SCCO meeting posted – EWEB, Sheriffs Levy, Move Eug, What is Anti-Semitism

Four videos have been posted from last Thursday’s SCCO meeting.

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SCCO Meeting this Thursday, April 6th

Thursday, April 67 PM3280 River Road (Messiah Lutheran Church) Also accessible on ZoomJoin Zoom Meetinghttps://us06web.zoom.us/j/83220616972?pwd=L00yY29zWllVWGZ4ck1lYTlCbWlKZz09Meeting ID: 832 2061 6972Passcode: 017197 Agenda Don’t forget the 12th Annual Awbrey Park Wildflower FestivalSaturday, April 29th11 am to 2 pm Discover the most unique … Continue reading

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River Road Community Organization hosting Candidates forum Monday, April 10

You may want to join the River Road meeting next Monday to learn more about candidates running for various positions in the May elections. From our friends at the RRCO: Community Meeting April 10 at 7Hybrid meeting-  In person at 1055 … Continue reading

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Move EUG Takes Off

Have you heard about Move EUG? It’s the City of Eugene’s new community planning project designed to identify and prioritize walking, biking, and safety programs and infrastructure projects. The first step of Move EUG is now underway! The Transportation Planning … Continue reading

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