Category Archives: Homeless & Rest Stops

City of Eugene – 2021 Community Safety Initiative survey

From the City of Eugene Eugene’s Community Safety System includes a wide array of services to keep the community safe – from fire to emergency medical services to police to courts to homelessness and prevention services. As the community grew, unmet service … Continue reading

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Correction: Mims Food and Distro Hub is NOW open

The NAACP would like to announce that the Mims Food and Distro hub is up and running at the NAACP office located at 330 High St in Eugene. We are offering the following items: Fresh produce Frozen/ Refrigerated and shelf … Continue reading

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Urban camping Guidelines during Covid Pandemic

From the city of Eugene: City of Eugene adjusts urban camping response (2-22-21) In order to support community health during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Eugene has temporarily adjusted its enforcement process around prohibited camping in order to help people … Continue reading

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Take the Middle Housing Survey

Eighty percent of residential zoning in Eugene is designated for single-family homes, yet young adults, smaller families, and the growing population of elderly need housing options that increase access to public transportation and services, reduce maintenance costs and provide more … Continue reading

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New Microsite to Shelter People at Peace Presbyterian Church

SquareOne Villages (SOV), a local nonprofit organization, will operate and manage the site. If you have general questions or concerns about this program, please contact Regan Watjus in the City Manager’s Office at RWatjus@eugene-or.gov or 541-682-8442.If you have specific operational concerns or … Continue reading

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