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Amazon Neighbors will host an Outdoor Open House Sunday May 22

Amazon Neighbors will host an Outdoor Open House Sunday May 22

Amazon Neighbors will host an Outdoor Open House Sunday May 22, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on the front lawn of the Amazon Community Center, 2700 Hilyard.

Stop in and meet your neighbors, chat with City Councilor Matt Keating, listen to music, and talk with local groups helping us to address the climate and protect nature.

Visiting groups will have tables set in the breezeways.

What’s Happening?

  • Live acoustic music with guitar, fiddle, and clarinet
  • Snacks and drinks and hula hoops and corn hole toss lawn games
  • Neighborhood Seed Swap
  • Neighborhood Book Swap with focus on sustainability


  • Eugene Heritage Rose Society: Roses Old and New (2:00)
  • Emerald Valley Electric Vehicle Association
  • Ride in an Arcimoto
  • Smart Trips Eugene
  • Fossil Free Eugene
  • OSU Extension Service gardening, food preservation and more
  • Learn how to throw a neighborhood Block Party
  • Volunteer activities for wetland restoration with Eugene Parks Department in Amazon Park (2:30 p.m.)

For more information, see

Eugene Ready! Exercise May 22 at Alton Baker Park

Eugene Ready! Exercise May 22 at Alton Baker Park

PathFinderEX and Eugene Neighborhood Associations are scheduled to hold Eugene Ready!, a disaster preparedness exercise, May 22, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. , at Alton Baker Park in Eugene, Ore.

The event, which is supported by the Eugene Community and Neighborhood Matching Grant, is scheduled to be held at 100 Day Island Road, in Eugene, Ore. This event was originally scheduled for Sept. 12, 2021 at Amazon Park, in Eugene, Ore., but postponed due to high case levels of COVID-19.

Event attendees will participate in valuable training in emergency and disaster planning, team coordination, and neighborhood response coordination. Participating vendors include American Red Cross Cascades Chapter, Med-Tech Resources LLC, Western Shelter and EMT Associates.

“The hope is that by holding neighborhood events like this, communities can better know what to do, what resources they already have, and what goes into planning for an emergency or disaster,” said Chris Webb, Director of Community Outreach for PathFinderEX.

As a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, PathFinderEX accepts tax-deductible contributions which help community members train and prepare for disasters.

PathFinderEX provides disaster preparedness tools, online training, and in-person exercises to build a community of disaster response professionals, and to empower individuals to become fully-capable community responders.

For more information, contact Nick Choy, Corporate Communications Director at or 503-784.9295.

Also visit PathFinderEX social media pages at:

Eugene Ready Flyer

The VA is here for veterans coping with current events in Ukraine

The VA is here for veterans coping with current events in Ukraine

We understand the current events in Ukraine can cause a range of challenging emotions.

If you’re going through a difficult time, VA is here for you.

Whether you want to speak to another Veteran who may be going through a similar situation or meet with a trained counselor, resources are available.

You can call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 (press 1) or text 838255, or visit a Vet Center near you.

LTD seeking customer feedback through April

LTD seeking customer feedback through April

It’s time again for the annual American Bus Benchmarking Group Customer Survey to gauge how LTD is doing.

Riders can participate in the short 3-5 minute online survey until May 1.

Whether you use the buses frequently, occasionally, or hardly at all, LTD wants to hear from you!

Riders are encouraged to share their feedback and will have a chance to win a $100 gift card to Fred Meyer.

As part of LTD’s health-first approach, participants can access the survey online to eliminate person-to-person contact.

Printed surveys are available upon request at the Customer Service Center at 1080 Willamette Street and can be returned there once completed.

Click here for an English version of the survey:

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MovingAhead project team will update City Council, LTD board Feb. 28 at 5:30 p.m.

February 28, 2022 5:30 p.m.
MovingAhead Project Update
Department: Public Works, Planning and Development
Staff Contact: Rob Inerfeld
Contact Telephone Number: 541-682-5343
The City of Eugene and Lane Transit District, with the help of other regional partners, are collaborating on the MovingAhead project to determine how best to redesign major streets in Eugene to make them work better for taking the bus, walking and biking.
Building on years of long-range planning in the community, MovingAhead is an implementation effort that will result in prioritized investments in transit, walking and biking projects on five corridors identified in Envision Eugene, LTD’s Long -Range Transit Plan, and the Eugene 2035 Transportation System Plan.
This work session is an opportunity for the Eugene City Council and LTD Board of Directors to receive a project update, receive recommendations from staff and project committees, and deliberate on the alternatives for each corridor.
The full agenda follows:

Free film screening of Invisible Class and panel discussion Sun. Feb. 20 at 6 p.m.

A free screening of the film The Invisible Class will be followed by a panel discussion Feb. 20 at 6 p.m.

The Invisible Class explores what it means to be homeless in the U.S., challenging stereotypes & examining the systemic causes of mass homelessness in the wealthiest nation in the world. From coast to coast the film is a day in the life of homelessness across the U.S.

The City of Eugene Human Rights Commission is hosting the event in honor of the United Nations’ World Day of Social Justice on Sunday, February 20.

Mo Young will also be honored by the Human Rights Commission with its annual Human Rights Award.

Watch The Invisible Class from Feb. 18 at noon to Feb. 20 at 6 p.m.

Click here to request free tickets:

Link to join the panel discussion on Feb. 20 at 6 p.m.:

Passcode: HRC-2022

Join by telephone:

971 247 1195 or +1 669 900 6833 or 877 853 5257 (Toll Free) or 888 475 4499 (Toll Free)

Black Oak Basin Park draft plan Feb. 17 6:30 p.m.

Black Oak Basin Park
Land Management Plan Public Meeting

Online Public Meeting
Thursday, February 17
6:30 – 8 p.m.
Register here

Eugene Parks and Open Space acquired a new park at the end of Bloomberg Road in August 2020 named “Black Oak Basin Park.”

The public acquisition of Black Oak Basin Park was made possible largely through a grant from the Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program, which requires that a conservation easement be placed on the property and that we develop a Land Management Plan for actions planned at the park over the next 10 years. Our draft plan is complete and ready for your input.

Please visit the Black Oak Basin project page to:

Learn more about Black Oak Basin.
Read a copy of the draft Land Management Plan.
Register for the online public meeting, February 17, from 6:30 – 8 p.m., via Zoom.
Submit your questions.
Provide input via an online survey, open February 14 – March 1.
If you can’t attend, the public meeting will be recorded and posted on the project page.

Local transportation projects highlighted Feb. 14, 15, 16

Beltline: Delta Highway to River Road

Attend RRCO online community meeting on Monday, February 14, at 7:00 p.m.

Beltline Highway
Source: ODOT
On Monday, February 14, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., attend the River Road Community Organization’s online community meeting to learn more about plans to widen Beltline Highway between Delta Highway and River Road:

  • Part 1: What is the project
  • Part 2: Supporters of the project
  • Part 3: Opponents of the project
  • Q&A

BEST executive director Rob Zako will participate to provide context and explain what it takes for a large project to go from concept to funding and construction.

Learn more from the RRCO newsletter.

Highway 126: Veneta to Eugene

Attend 350 Eugene online meetup on Tuesday, February 15, at 6:30 p.m.

OR 126: Veneta to Eugene NEPA Study project map
Source: ODOT
On Tuesday, February 15, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., attend 350 Eugene’s online meetup to get a few updates, connect in break-out sessions, and hear brief presentations on some important local climate projects:

  • Plans to widen Highway 126 between Veneta and Eugene — Rob Zako & Claire Roth from BEST
  • Electrify Eugene Policy — Danny Noonan from Breach Collective
  • Climate-First Street Improvement Bond — Allen Hancock
  • Divest Oregon Campaign — 350EUG’s Gary & Linda Wallmark
  • Get Out The Vote — Deb McGee

Learn more from the 350 Eugene newsletter.

East 30th Avenue Active Transportation Plan

Attend Lane County online open house on Wednesday, February 16, at 4:00 or 5:00 p.m.

open house flyer
On Wednesday, February 16, at 4:00 p.m. and again at 5:00 p.m., join Lane County staff and the project team for an online open house to learn about the East 30th Avenue Active Transportation Plan and provide feedback.

The 30th Avenue corridor currently supports greater speeds and volumes of vehicle traffic, but lacks infrastructure for people to walk and bike safely and comfortably. The planning process will explore issues and opportunities through technical analysis and public involvement, including property owners, Lane Community College, Lane Transit District, Oregon Department of Transportation and the cities of Eugene and Springfield.

The plan will result in recommendations for improving walking, biking, safety and comfort on the corridor which will enable securing future construction funding. The planning effort will continue through 2021. See below for meeting information.

Learn more from BEST News.

rEV Up!

Join EVEVA online workshop on Wednesday, February 16, at 7:00 p.m.

online workshop flyer
Curious about electric vehicles? Or actively shopping for one? This introductory online workshop will provide the information you need to know.

On Wednesday, February 16, at 7:00 p.m., join local EV owners to get all your questions answered, with information specific to the southern Willamette Valley, central Oregon coast, and nearby areas.

Register in advance to get a Zoom link.

Learn more on Facebook.

Job Opportunity

Pacific Pub Cycle is hiring a Seasonal General Manager

people riding “big bike”
Source: Pacific Pub Cycle
Pacific Pub Cycle, a local, multi­-passenger, community pedaled bike that can be rented out for pedal-powered fun, is hiring a Seasonal General Manager.

Learn more on Pacific Pub Cycle’s Facebook page.

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