Eugene, Springfield and Lane County are on their way to collect leaves from properties across the metro area.
Lane County will utilize a new reporting tool to share election results beginning after 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
To find out where you can get a flu vaccine, contact your health provider or local pharmacy, or call Lane County Public Health at 541-682-4041.
Some Lane County voters are receiving phone calls incorrectly informing them that they are not registered to vote and that their ballot will not be counted. These calls are NOT from Lane County Elections.
Did you forget to sign the back of your ballot envelope before you turned it in? Are you registered to vote but didn’t get a ballot? Lane County Elections is here to help.
Lane County is participating in a new State initiative designed to help homeowners who fall behind in their property taxes.
The Mind Your Mind Project, a Lane County-based program geared toward promoting mental wellness, kicks off the two-day Mind Your Mind: Advancing Mental Wellness Conference this Wednesday and Thursday at the Valley River Inn on Nov. 2.
Lane County Elections recommends that voters mail back their voted ballots to the Elections Office no later than Wednesday, November 2.
The Lane County Elections Office, located at 275 West 10th Avenue in Eugene, will remain open during paving of Lincoln Street between 10th and 11th avenues on Wednesday, November 2.
Community members are invited to learn more and provide comment regarding the six scenarios for possible placement of the City Hall, the County Courthouse and the Farmers Market on November 2.