Northeast Neighbors (NeN) is the City-chartered neighborhood for the area that includes all lands within the urban growth boundary north of Randy Pape Beltline between the Willamette River and North Game Farm Road. Northeast Neighbors was created in 2011 when the Cal Young Neighborhood Association was subdivided into three neighborhoods. (See map of NeN area.)
We are committed to helping our neighbors increase their sense of community, to creating events that offer opportunities to meet one another, and to helping inform neighbors of issues that affect them.
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NeN Development Summary
Northeast Neighbors Connecting People to Places
20 Minute Neighborhood
A link to the Strategic Neighborhood Assessment and Planning (SNAP) project final report can be found in our Demographic section. Click on the bar above.
Failure To Stop For Bus Safety Lights
Illegal Parking in Your Neighborhood
Do you have this problem?
The City of Eugene's Parking Control Department can help you by issuing citations to the violators.
It is illegal to leave you vehicle (storage) for three (3) days on a public street.
It is illegal to conduct the sale of a vehicle parked on a public street.
If you have either of these problems there are two ways to address them.
Call Parking Control - 541-682-5079541-682-5079 or use the web and go to - www.eparkeugene.com.
Crime Prevention Tips from Eugene Police
Preventing Theft Of Electronic
Bascom Village II
The Housing and Community Services Agency of Lane County (HACSA) held the Grand Opening of Bascom Village II on Thursday, November 10, 2016 at 3077 Matt Drive, Eugene. This second phase provides 48 affordable units including larger 1,2 and 3 bedroom units for individuals and families, as well as VetLIFT units or service veterans. NeN Chair, Kevin Reed attended the opening and on behalf of Northeast Neighbors presented a gift basket to the first key recipient veteran.
First Striker Field Project Complete- Thank you, Volunteers!
You might think that a rainy Saturday morning two weeks before Christmas would not be a good time to seek community volunteers to plant trees. But you’d be wrong! A dozen enthusiastic workers showed up early Saturday, December 10 to kick-off development of Striker Field with our first tree planting and blackberry removal. Volunteers from Crescent Park, Crescent Village, Lord Byron Place, The Tennyson, Hawthorne Estates, Crescent Meadows, and Bascom Village cheerfully tackled the task and are eager for the next opportunity. Eugene Parks Volunteer Coordinator Vanessa Young provided shovels, loppers, wheelbarrows, and mulch to get the job done. It is amazing what can happen when we all pull together with a common goal. Thanks to all of those that gave of their time to benefit us all. If you’d like to join us for the next project, keep an eye out for announcements in the 2017 e-news and neighborhood newsletter.
One of seven trees. It's small now, but soon will shelter picnics and bird song. Volunteers left to right (Vanessa Young, James Carr, Elizabeth Carr, Teresa Bishow, Kathi Jaworski, Sandy Farmer, Jess Burlingham, John Jaworski, Kathy Donde, Yarid Donde, kneeling- Brent Desgrosellier. Missing Amanda Blunt.
Thanks for refreshments from Bascom Village. Elizabeth and James Carr
The intrepid blackberry busting squad.
Community members are invited to learn more and provide comment regarding scenarios for possible placement of City Hall, the County Courthouse and the Farmers Market. There are three scenarios downtown which have been the subject of cooperative planning and are currently being evaluated by the City of Eugene and Lane County. Those scenarios incorporate siting options for all three facilities. There is one additional option for City Hall in a repurposed Eugene Water and Electric Board administrative building that is being considered by the City of Eugene.
Tuesday, December 13
Atrium Building Lobby
99 W. 10th Avenue, Eugene
City and County staff, as well as representatives of the professional consultants who have evaluated the sites, will be present to provide information and answer questions. There will be opportunities for the public to provide comments that will be considered by both the Lane County Board of Commissioners and the Eugene City Council in upcoming meetings.
To view the reports evaluating the three possible site locations for City Hall, the Courthouse and the Farmers Market, visit http://www.downtownplanning.org/current-discussions. Those reports and the additional reports regarding the EWEB option for City Hall are available at http://www.eugene-or.gov/cityhall.