The mission of Lane County Public Works is to maintain and enhance the livability and sustainability of Lane County’s natural and built environments by providing safe and cost effective public infrastructure and related services
The Sheriff’s Office, committed to justice and integrity, is sworn to protect and honored to serve the citizens of Lane County.
The Sheriff’s Office provides an array of correctional services including a jail, a community corrections center (work-release), and out-of-custody programs such as community service and an inmate work crew.
The Lane Regional Air Protection Agency was created in 1968 to achieve and maintain clean air in Lane County, Oregon in a manner consistent with local priorities and goals. With the support of its member entities, which include Lane County and the cities of Eugene, Springfield, Cottage Grove and Oakridge, LRAPA carries out its mission to protect and enhance air quality through a combination of regulatory and non regulatory programs and activities.
The agency plays an active role in community development and planning, and works collectively with other local governments and community groups to help achieve federal Clean Air Act goals and objectives.
Mission: To protect public health, community well-being and the environment as a leader and advocate for the improvement and maintenance of air quality in Lane County.
Leaburg Bookworms meet in the Leaburg Library (see picture) every third Monday from 2:30-4. We are a casual group who love variety in reading. We read both fiction and non-fiction, with the books being chosen democratically by the group.
Our membership fluctuates depending on people’s schedules, but new members are always welcome. No need to call: just come! The library is located next to the Fire Station.
Meetup is a way to organize online to meet face-to-face with those geographically close to you.
McKenzie Neighbors Meetup brings together valley residents in healthy, fun activities. We go for walks; picnics; boating; to shows in town, events, yard sales, and festivals; do crafts with friends; volunteer to help various local organizations; play ping pong and other games. Whatever you want to do with others, you can post it on Meetup and see who wants to join you!
First you join Meetup, and give them your name, email address and zip code. (No one will be able to see your email address.) Meetup proposes various Meetup groups close to you – many will probably be in Eugene. Scroll through until you see McKenzie Neighbors Meetup. When you click on it, you will see an upcoming event – maybe a walk, maybe ping pong – whatever is next on the calendar.
You will see a red button that says, “Join us!” This gets a little confusing. Clicking that button means that you will now get emails about all McKenzie Neighbors upcoming events. It does NOT mean that you are saying you will go to that particular event (the walk, or whatever is proposed on the screen.)
Once you have clicked the red “Join Us” button (which you only do one time), THEN you are a member of the McKenzie Neighbors Meetup. And then you can RSVP to individual events. You can attend as many or as few events as you choose.
Most events are free or low-cost. Joining Meetup, and the McKenzie Neighbors Meetup is free. Join us!
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Chief: Bret Russell
Position 1 (4 Year Term): Ronald M England
Position 2 (4 Year Term): R Michael Godfrey
Position 3 (4 Year Term): Howard A Segal II
The Blue River Park District meets on the 1st Wednesday of every month at 6pm at the High School Library.
Position 1 (4 Year Term):
Position 3 (4 Year Term): Richard Pierce
Position 5 (4 Year Term): Harry Bonini
Position 2 (2 Year Unexpired Term):
Position 4 (2 Year Unexpired Term): Laura Sireci Roman
The Blue River Water District meets on the 1st Wednesday of every month at 6pm at the High School Library.
Position 3 (4 Year Term):
Position 4 (4 Year Term):
Position 1 (2 Year Unexpired Term): Laura Sireci Roman