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| Bend, 209422527 KingAgate David St Avenue OR 97702 | Eugene, OR 97403

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Property Profile

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Property Information Owner(s):

Ohern Matthew S / Wolf-Ohern Astrid

Mailing Address:

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Owner Phone:

Unknown

Property Address: 2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

County:

Lane

APN:

0606002

Map Coord:

18S-3W-05-SE-NE

Census Tract:

0049.00

Lot#:

3800

Block:

Subdivision:

Mccullys/Eugene Add

Tract:

Legal:

Tl 03800

Vesting Type:

Property Characteristics Use:

Sfr

Year Built / Eff. :

Zoning:

R1

Lot Size Ac / Sq Ft: .11 / 5000

# of Units:

Bedrooms:

4

Bathrooms:

Fireplace:

Y

Quality:

Heating:

Heated

Air:

Style:

Improvements:

Parking / #:

# Rooms:

Pool:

N

Stories: Flood:

X

1926 / 1956

Sq. Ft. :

1

Gross Area:

1999

1474

Attached Garage /

Garage Area : 525

Basement Area:

Sale and Loan Information Sale Date:

10/23/2009

*$/Sq. Ft.:

$244.23

2nd Mtg.:

Sale Price:

$360,000

1st Loan:

$360,000

Prior Sale Amt:

Doc No.:

61975

Loan Type:

Conv

Prior Sale Date:

Doc Type:

Warranty Deed

Transfer Date:

11/4/2009

Prior Doc No.:

Seller:

Peterson Carl V

Lender:

Onpoint Cmnty Cu

Prior Doc Type:

*$/Sq.Ft. is a calculation of Sale Price divided by Sq.Feet.

Tax Information Imp Value:

$169,219

Exemption Type:

Land Value:

$101,540

Tax Year / Area:

2013 / 00400

Total Value:

$270,759

Tax Value:

$150,737

Tax Amount:

$2,863.28

Improved:

62%

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Transaction History

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Transaction History provides records for the past ten years. To request additional information, please contact your local Sales Representative, Customer Service Department, or for an additional fee you may click here .

History Record # 1 :

SALE

Buyer:

Ohern Matthew S

Seller:

Peterson Carl V

Sale Date:

10/23/2009

Sale Price:

$360,000

Sale Recording Date:

11/04/2009

Sale Price Type:

Recorded Doc #:

61975

Title Company:

Cascade Title

Document Type:

Warranty Deed

Vesting Type:

Tenants By Entirety

FINANCE Mortgage Recording Date: 11/04/2009

Mortgage Transfer Type: Resale

Mortgage Document #:

000000061976

Mortgage Rate Type:

Lender:

Onpoint Cmnty Cu

Mortgage Term:

30

Document Type

Deed Of Trust

Vesting Type:

Tenants By Entirety

Loan Amount:

$360,000

Mortgage Rate:

Borrower 1:

Ohern Matthew S

Borrower 2: Borrower 4:

Borrower 3:

History Record # 2 :

SALE

Buyer:

Peterson Carl V

Seller:

Sale Date:

04/03/2008

Sale Price:

Sale Recording Date:

04/28/2008

Sale Price Type:

Recorded Doc #:

23624

Title Company:

Document Type:

Bargain & Sale Deed

Vesting Type:

Transaction History

Wolf-Ohern Astrid

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Peterson Charlotte M

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Comparable Sales

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Subject Property APN

Property Address

Sale Price

Year Built

Beds Baths

Sq. Ft.

0606002

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

$360,000

1926

4

1

1474

2625 Elinor ST , Eugene, OR 97403

$350,000

1950

3

1

1322

Rec. Date Dist. from Subj.

Comparable Sales

1

0608941

Comparable Sales

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2/14/2014

0.28 mi

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Comparable Sales

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Subject Property APN

Property Address

Sale Price

Year Built

Beds Baths

Sq. Ft.

0606002

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

$360,000

1926

4

1

1474

Rec. Date Dist. from Subj.

Comparable Sales

2

0608040

2623 Potter ST , Eugene, OR 97405

$282,000

1928

2

2

1664

3/6/2014

0.37 mi

3

0593903

1972 Emerald ST , Eugene, OR 97403

$266,000

1939

3

2

1367

2/11/2014

0.42 mi

4

0646008

2880 Baker BLVD , Eugene, OR 97403

$216,000

1954

3

1.5

1316

5/30/2014

0.50 mi

5

0604379

2673 Alder ST , Eugene, OR 97405

$285,000

1947

3

2

1360

4/22/2014

0.57 mi

6

0605244

2829 Kincaid ST , Eugene, OR 97405

$203,700

1954

2

1

1381

1/30/2014

0.61 mi

7

1119310

1705 Cameo DR , Eugene, OR 97405

$235,000

1976

3

2

1580

3/13/2014

0.76 mi

8

0288223

1571 Hilyard ST , Eugene, OR 97401

$289,000

1926

5

2

1605

3/28/2014

0.94 mi

9

0627677

2470 Oak ST , Eugene, OR 97405

$197,700

1950

3

1

1270

1/13/2014

1.00 mi

Comparable Sales

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Comparable Sales

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Comparable Statistics Average :

Low :

High :

Sale Price:

$258,267

$197,700

$350,000

Loan Amount:

$211,150

$160,000

$280,000

Bedrooms:

3

2

5

Bathrooms:

2

1

2

Sq. Ft.:

1429.444

1270

1664

Sale $ / Sq. Ft.*:

$181

$156

$210

*$/Sq.Ft. is a calculation of Sale Price divided by Sq.Ft.

Comparable Sales

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

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School Information School District(s)

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

District information is not available for this property.

School Information School Name:

Edison Elementary School

Grade Span:

K thru 6

Address:

1328 E 22nd Ave, Eugene, OR 97403-1511

Number of Teachers:

15

Phone #:

541-687-3284

Number of Students:

253

School Name:

Harris Elementary School

Grade Span:

K thru 6

Address:

1150 E 29th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403-1620

Number of Teachers:

13

Phone #:

541-687-3286

Number of Students:

250

School Information

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Neighbors

Address:

1636 E 25th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0605996

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Owner(s): Philips Matthew Sale Amount: $329,000

Sale Date: 10/29/2012

Beds / Baths: 3 / 1

Square Feet: 1,293

Year Built: 1928

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2491 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0605921

1

.11

Owner(s): Rubin Jared G / Salus Penny Joy Sale Amount: $172,000

Sale Date: 9/21/2001

Beds / Baths: 4 / 2

Square Feet: 1,837

Year Built: 1925

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

1644 E 25th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0605970

1

.16

Owner(s): Clark Richard C (Te) & Elizabe / Clark Sale Amount:

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 2 / 1

Square Feet: 1,166

Year Built: 1948

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2537 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606010

1

.17

Owner(s): Erickson Robin Dell / Erickson Rhodee Lattimore Sale Amount: $38,000

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 2 / 1

Square Feet: 856

Year Built: 1925

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2474 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606507

1

.11

Owner(s): King Peter C / King Lisa A Sale Amount: $215,000

Sale Date: 1/24/2000

Beds / Baths: 4 / 2

Square Feet: 2,151

Year Built: 1910

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2470 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606465

2

.31

Owner(s): Brice Lee D / Houghton Leslie Sale Amount: $137,000

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 4 / 2

Square Feet: 1,421

Year Built: 1943

Use Code:

# Units:

Lot Size:

SFR

1

.15

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Neighbors

Address:

1649 E 25th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0605897

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Owner(s): Ellis Christopher J / Ellis Jennifer Sale Amount: $348,000

Sale Date: 11/29/2012

Beds / Baths: 4 / 3

Square Feet: 2,477

Year Built: 1930

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

1651 E 25th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0605889

1

.17

Owner(s): Stickling Michael D Sale Amount: $32,500

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 2 / 2

Square Feet: 1,061

Year Built: 1928

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2565 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606036

1

.11

Owner(s): Thompson C Franzi Sale Amount: $310,000

Sale Date: 8/24/2004

Beds / Baths: 4 / 2

Square Feet: 1,991

Year Built: 1940

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

1666 E 25th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0605962

Owner(s): Farnsworth Dylan Robert & Cath / Farnsworth Robert Webb Sale Amount: $264,000 Sale Date: 12/8/2011

1

.11

Beds / Baths: 2 / 1

Square Feet: 1,012

Year Built: 1940

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2585 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606044

1

.17

Owner(s): Miller Zanne Pauline Sale Amount: $300,000

Sale Date: 6/1/2007

Beds / Baths: 3 / 2

Square Feet: 1,058

Year Built: 1924

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

1538 E 25th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606861

1

.12

Owner(s): Mackinnon Joanne C Sale Amount: $39,000

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 4 / 2

Square Feet: 1,256

Year Built: 1930

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2580 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606788

1

.11

Owner(s): Facts Llc Sale Amount: $185,000

Sale Date: 12/27/2010

Beds / Baths: 3 / 1

Square Feet: 1,094

Year Built: 1930

Use Code:

# Units:

Lot Size:

SFR

1

.11

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Neighbors

Address:

1520 E 25th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606879

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Owner(s): Mackinnon Joanne C Sale Amount: $112,000

Sale Date: 9/29/2000

Beds / Baths: 3 / 1

Square Feet: 1,217

Year Built: 1930

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

1680 E 25th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0605954

1

.11

Owner(s): Snodgrass James Josh / Mcclure Heather Sale Amount: $235,000

Sale Date: 12/12/2005

Beds / Baths: 4 / 2

Square Feet: 1,828

Year Built: 1940

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2487 Nixon St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606523

1

.17

Owner(s): Waldstein Victor G / Waldstein Connie M Sale Amount:

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 2 / 1

Square Feet: 768

Year Built: 1940

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

1631 E 26th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606051

1

.13

Owner(s): Johnson David C (Te) / Page Catherine J (Te) Sale Amount: $109,000

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 5 / 3

Square Feet: 3,021

Year Built: 1950

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2475 Nixon St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606499

1

.3

Owner(s): Rygas Jana Sale Amount: $69,900

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 2 / 1

Square Feet: 930

Year Built: 1940

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

1670 E 24th Aly, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0605871

1

.11

Owner(s): Adams Cynthia Sale Amount: $122,500

Sale Date: 4/20/2004

Beds / Baths: 2 / 1

Square Feet: 586

Year Built: 1928

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2445 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0597862

1

.06

Owner(s): Laney Carl E Sale Amount:

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 2 / 1

Square Feet: 864

Year Built: 1925

Use Code:

# Units:

Lot Size:

SFR

1

.1

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Neighbors

Address:

2457 Nixon St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606481

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Owner(s): Cross Frances M Sale Amount: $355,000

Sale Date: 4/30/2009

Beds / Baths: 5 / 2

Square Feet: 1,888

Year Built: 1940

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2442 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606432

2

.11

Owner(s): Johnson Jeffrey Robert Sale Amount:

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 2 / 2

Square Feet: 1,825

Year Built: 1945

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2535 Nixon St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606846

1

.11

Owner(s): Sullivan Wendy I Sale Amount: $162,000

Sale Date: 9/10/2002

Beds / Baths: 3 / 1

Square Feet: 1,432

Year Built: 1939

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

2427 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0597854

1

.11

Owner(s): Laney Carl E Sale Amount:

Sale Date:

Beds / Baths: 2 / 1

Square Feet: 784

Year Built: 1929

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Address:

1665 E 26th Ave, Eugene, OR 97403

APN:

0606085

1

.06

Owner(s): Sheine Judith Sale Amount: $470,000

Sale Date: 5/16/2014

Beds / Baths: 3 / 3

Square Feet: 2,417

Year Built: 1977

Use Code:

SFR

# Units:

Lot Size:

Neighbors

2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

1

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2527 Agate St, Eugene, OR 97403

Street Map

Street Map

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Detailed Property Report Site Address 2527 AGATE ST Eugene, OR 97403-1684 Map & Taxlot#18-03-05-41-03800 SIC N/A Tax Account# 0606002

Property Owner 1 OHERN MATTHEW S & WOLF-OHERN ASTRID 2527 AGATE ST EUGENE, OR 97403 Approx. taxlot acreage 0.11 Tax account acreage data not available

Map & Taxlot # 18-03-05-41-03800

Business Information RLID does not contain any business data for this address Improvements Dwelling 1 / Building Type Âť Class 3 dwelling Assessor Photo

Assessor Sketch

Click to enlarge photo

Inspection Date Building Class Year Built Effective Year Built

12/07/2009 3+ 1926 1956

Floor Characteristics Base Sq Ft 1st Floor 880 Attic 594 Total Sq Ft 1474

Finished Sq Ft Exterior 880 Wood siding 594 Wood siding 1474

Site Address Information

Bedrooms Full Bath(s) Half Bath(s) Depreciation

4 1 0 24%

Roof Style Roof Cover Masonry Fireplace(s) Improvement Complete Heat Other Square Footage Detached N/A Garage Basement N/A Garage Paved Patio N/A

Gable Comp shingle medium Yes 100 % Other

Attached Garage Carport

525

Paved Driveway

216

N/A


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2527 AGATE ST EUGENE, OR 97403-1684 House # Street Name Mail City Zip + 4

2527 AGATE EUGENE 1684

Suffix Street Type State Create Date

N/A ST OR Sep 20, 1986

Pre-directional Unit type / # Zip Code Update Date

N/A N/A 97403 N/A

Land Use 1111 Single Family Housing USPS Carrier Route C012 General Taxlot Characteristics Geographic Coordinates X 4245586 Y 872536 (State Plane X,Y) Latitude 44.0323 Longitude -123.0695 Zoning Zoning Jurisdiction Eugene Eugene Parent Zone R-1 LOW-DENSITY RESIDENTIAL Land Use General Land Use Code Description S Single Family

Taxlot Characteristics Incorporated City Limits Urban Growth Boundary Year Annexed Annexation # Approximate Taxlot Acreage Approx Taxlot Sq Footage 2010 Census Tract 2010 Census Block Group Plan Designation Eugene Neighborhood Metro Area Nodal Dev Area Historic Property Name City Historic Landmark? National Historical Register?

EUGENE Eugene 1928 N/A 0.11 4,792 4900 3 Metro Plan Map Fairmount Neighbors No N/A No No

Detailed Land Use Code Description 1111 Single Family Housing Service Providers Fire Protection Provider Ambulance Provider Ambulance District Ambulance Service Area LTD Service Area? LTD Ride Source? Soil Water Cons. Dist/Zone Emerald People's Utility District

City of Eugene Eugene Fire & EMS WC West/Central Yes Yes UPPER WILLAMETTE / data not available N

Environmental Data FEMA Flood Hazard Zone Code Description X Areas determined to be outside of 500-year flood. FIRM Map Number Community Number Post-FIRM Date Panel Printed? Soils Soil Map Unit# 127C

Schools

41039C1137F 410122 09/29/1986 Yes

Soil Type Description URBAN LAND-HAZELAIR-DIXONVILLE COMPLEX, 3 TO 12 PERCENT SLOPES

% of Taxlot 100%

Ag Class 1Hydric 8

No


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Schools

School District Elementary School Middle School High School

Code 4J 510 526 539

Name EUGENE Edison Roosevelt South Eugene

Political Districts Election Precinct 1345 City Council Ward E3 City Councilor Alan Zelenka County Commissioner District 3 (Eugene-South) County Commissioner Pete Sorenson EWEB Commissioner Dick Helgeson LCC Board Zone 5

State Representative District 11 State Representative Phil Barnhart State Senate District 6 State Senator Lee Beyer

Liens RLID does not contain any lien data for this jurisdiction Building Permits Eugene Building Permits Log Number Project Description 09-04516-01 Replace existing 4" wastewater line, approximately 45 feet. Work in the right-of-way is authorized under this permit (Planter strip, not street). 10-12-09 through 10/14/09 9:00am-5:00pm

Land Use Applications None Petitions None Tax Statements (current and previous tax years) ACCOUNT#: 0606002 View tax statement(s) for: 2013 2012 Owner/Taxpayer Owners Owner OHERN MATTHEW S & WOLF-OHERN ASTRID

Address 2527 AGATE ST

City/State/Zip EUGENE, OR 97403

Taxpayer Party Name OHERN MATTHEW S & WOLF-OHERN ASTRID

Address 2527 AGATE ST

City/State/Zip EUGENE, OR 97403

Data source: Lane County Assessment and Taxation

Account Status Status Active Account Current Tax Year Account Status

none


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Remarks none Special Assessment Program N/A Data source: Lane County Assessment and Taxation

General Tax Account Information Tax Account Acreage Fire Acres Property Class Statistical Class Neighborhood Code Category

data not available N/A 101 RESIDENTIAL, IMPROVED 130 CLASS 3 SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING 411501 Land and Improvements Data source: Lane County Assessment and Taxation

Township-Range-Section / Subdivision Data Subdivision Type Phase

N/A N/A

Subdivision Name N/A Lot/Tract/Unit # TL 03800

Subdivision Number N/A Recording Number N/A Data source: Lane County Assessment and Taxation

Property Values & Taxes The values shown are the values certified in October unless a value change has been processed on the property. Value changes typically occur as a result of appeals, clerical errors and omitted property. The tax shown is the amount certified in October. This is the full amount of tax for the year indicated and does not include any discounts offered, payments made, interest owing or previous years owing. It also does not reflect any value changes. Real Market Value (RMV) Year

Land

Improvement

Total

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

$101,540 $62,967 $62,967 $68,904 $83,984 $73,027 $67,618 $60,918 $47,967 $41,711 $35,052 $31,579 $30,960 $33,650 $31,160 $30,250 $29,370 $25,990 $26,790

$169,219 $244,464 $229,492 $232,510 $201,490 $218,890 $225,660 $240,060 $183,250 $136,750 $125,460 $123,000 $104,240 $105,290 $101,240 $100,240 $94,570 $89,220 $77,580

$270,759 $307,431 $292,459 $301,414 $285,474 $291,917 $293,278 $300,978 $231,217 $178,461 $160,512 $154,579 $135,200 $138,940 $132,400 $130,490 $123,940 $115,210 $104,370

Total Assessed Value

Tax

$150,737 $146,347 $142,084 $137,946 $133,928 $130,027 $126,240 $122,563 $118,993 $115,527 $112,162 $108,895 $105,723 $102,644 $99,654 $96,751 $93,933 $115,210 $104,370

$2,863.28 $2,633.37 $2,583.58 $2,546.91 $2,483.13 $2,334.84 $2,279.04 $2,356.40 $2,282.26 $2,181.58 $2,115.17 $2,010.92 $1,801.08 $1,829.17 $1,651.68 $1,567.51 $1,593.36 $1,769.50 $1,636.21

Current Year Assessed Value $150,737 Less Exemption Amount * N/A Taxable Value $150,737 * Frozen Assessed Value Data source: Lane County Assessment and Taxation

Tax Code Area & Taxing Districts Tax Code Area (Levy Code) for current tax year 00400


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CITY OF EUGENE EUGENE SCHOOL DISTRICT 4J EUGENE URBAN RENEWAL DOWNTOWN LANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LANE COUNTY LANE EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT Data source: Lane County Assessment and Taxation

Sales & Ownership Changes Sale Date Sale Doc # Image Analysis Price Code 10/23/2009 $360,000 2009-61975 Y

Multiple Accts? No

04/03/2008 $0 10/03/2000 $0

No No

2008-23624 2000-57349

6 6

Grantor(s)

Grantee(s)

PETERSON CARL V

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OREGON

REPORT CARD

2012­13

Edison Elementary School 1328 E 22nd Ave Eugene, OR 97403­1599, (541) 790­8900 http://edison.4j.lane.edu/

DISTRICT Eugene SD 4J SUPERINTENDENT Sheldon Berman PRINCIPAL Tom Horn GRADES SERVED K­5

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FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Dear Parents and Community Members, 4J elementary schools provide an excellent, well­rounded education in a welcoming and caring environment where every child is valued and motivated to learn. Our teachers know their students—their individual strengths, challenges and passions—and strive to spark a love of learning in every child. Our efforts to help all students succeed include: • Expanding the Caring For Kids program that supports students’ social development and fosters a caring school community • Working to implement the Common Core State Standards, which will better prepare students for later learning and careers • Monitoring each student’s learning progress so teachers know where to provide extra challenges or additional help.

Parent involvement is key to students’ success. Some ways you can help are reading with your child at home; providing encouragement and a quiet study space for homework; communicating with your child’s teacher; attending parent­ teacher conferences; and, if you’re able, volunteering at the school. We look forward to partnering with you to help your student have a great year. Thank you, Principal      |      Tom Horn

SCHOOL PROFILE

STUDENTS

Enrollment 2012­13 K­3 4­5 Change from previous year Students attending 90% or more of enrolled days

345 217 128 +5.5% 88%

Average elementary class size Change from previous year

28.3 +1.3

Note: a ‘*’ is displayed when the data must be suppressed to protect student confidentiality.

OVERALL STATE RATING

Select Demographics 2012­13 English Learners

American Indian/ Alaska Native 1%

<5%

Black/ African American 1%

Students who have ever been eligible for or participated in a program to acquire academic English.

Economically disadvantaged Students with disabilities

Hispanic/Latino 7% Asian 8%

28% 13%

Number of different languages spoken:

Multi­Racial 8% White 75%

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HOW ARE STUDENTS AT THIS SCHOOL PERFORMING COMPARED TO THOSE AT OTHER SCHOOLS?

The overall state rating is intended to summarize this school's particular successes and challenges. It is based on a combination of  up  to  five  factors.  Three  of  these  factors  come  from  standardized  test  scores  in  reading  and  math:  student  achievement, student  growth,  and  the  growth  of  underserved  subgroups.  Please  be  aware  that  this  rating  is  based  mainly  on  high­stakes testing and accordingly, represents a limited view of student performance. Other aspects of this report card are designed to put this rating in the proper context. Compared to all schools statewide in 2012­13, this school is rated as Level 5.

Compared to elementary schools with similar student demographics in 2012­13, this school’s rating is above average.

State Average

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

Level 1 = Falls into the bottom 5% of schools Level 2 = Falls between 5% and 15% of schools Level 3 = Falls between 15% and 44% of schools Level 4 = Falls between 44% and 90% of schools Level 5 = Falls into the top 10% of schools

Level 5

Below Average

About Average

Above Average

Below average = Falls into the bottom third of comparison schools About average = Falls into the middle third of comparison schools Above average = Falls into the top third of comparison schools


OREGON

REPORT CARD

2012­13

Edison Elementary School

DISTRICT Eugene SD 4J SUPERINTENDENT Sheldon Berman PRINCIPAL Tom Horn GRADES SERVED K­5

1328 E 22nd Ave Eugene, OR 97403­1599, (541) 790­8900 http://edison.4j.lane.edu/

PROGRESS

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ARE STUDENTS MAKING ADEQUATE GAINS OVER TIME?

Students meeting or exceeding state standards on exams SCHOOL PERFORMANCE Did at least 95% of the students at this school take required state exams? Yes No Participation rate criteria are in place to ensure schools test as many eligible students as possible School Performance (%)

2009­10

Reading

2010­11

2011­12

Did not meet

(Tested Grades: 3­8, 11)

All students tested

>95

Note new cut scores in 2011­12.

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Science

42.8 52.2 5.0

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Note new cut scores in 2011­12.

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41.7 53.3 5.0

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Like­School Average (%) 2012­13

Exceeded

58.4 36.1 5.4

Did not meet

(Tested Grades: 5, 8,11)

All students tested

48.5 46.0 5.5

Met

Did not meet

(Tested Grades: 3­8, 11)

All students tested

School Oregon Performance (%) Performance (%) 2012­13 2012­13

27.8 34.3 37.9

75.3

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Exceeded

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16.0 52.1 31.9

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25.3 60.4 14.3

Note: a ‘*’ is displayed when data are unavailable or to protect student confidentiality.

OUTCOMES FOR KEY STUDENT GROUPS AT THIS SCHOOL COMPARED TO THE SAME GROUPS STATEWIDE STUDENT GROUP OUTCOMES

School Oregon School Performance Performance Compared to (%) (%) OR Average

All Students

Reading

Mathematics

Science

American Indian/Alaska Native 94.6 80.1 89.5

71.0 62.1 68.1

+23.6 +18.0 +21.4

Economically Disadvantaged

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90.0 62.5 62.5

60.2 50.3 55.5

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Science

Mathematics

Science

* * *

46.5 43.3 39.6

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78.9 57.9 66.7

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Science

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Science

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Science

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59.1 46.5 49.4

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77.7 68.0 76.5

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Mathematics

Science

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>95 79.3 82.9

73.2 61.5 65.9

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Male

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Reading

Reading

School Oregon School Performance Performance Compared to (%) (%) OR Average

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

Asian +29.8 +12.2 +7.0

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Reading

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Mathematics

Science

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Edison Elementary School 1328 E 22nd Ave Eugene, OR 97403­1599, (541) 790­8900 http://edison.4j.lane.edu/

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2010 Census Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

2000-2010 2010 156,185 66,419 69,951

A n n u a l Ra t e 0.96% 1.08% 1.05%

Num ber 156,185 148,894 134,018 2,126 1,606 6,283 364 4,497 7,291

Pe r ce n t 100.0% 95.3% 85.8% 1.4% 1.0% 4.0% 0.2% 2.9% 4.7%

Tot al Hispanic Populat ion

12,200

7.8%

Po p u l a t i o n b y Se x Male Fem ale

76,324 79,861

48.9% 51.1%

Po p u l a t i o n b y A g e Tot al Age 0 - 4 Age 5 - 9 Age 10 - 14 Age 15 - 19 Age 20 - 24 Age 25 - 29 Age 30 - 34 Age 35 - 39 Age 40 - 44 Age 45 - 49 Age 50 - 54 Age 55 - 59 Age 60 - 64 Age 65 - 69 Age 70 - 74 Age 75 - 79 Age 80 - 84 Age 85+

156,185 7,630 7,702 8,098 13,677 20,646 12,508 10,230 9,128 8,764 9,147 9,643 10,362 8,934 5,730 3,921 3,181 3,114 3,770

100.0% 4.9% 4.9% 5.2% 8.8% 13.2% 8.0% 6.6% 5.8% 5.6% 5.9% 6.2% 6.6% 5.7% 3.7% 2.5% 2.0% 2.0% 2.4%

127,706 19,716

81.8% 12.6%

Populat ion Households Housing Unit s

2000 141,897 59,642 63,036

Po p u l a t i o n b y Ra ce Tot al Populat ion Repor t ing One Race Whit e Black Am er ican I ndian Asian Pacific I slander Som e Ot her Race Populat ion Repor t ing Tw o or More Races

Age 18+ Age 65+ M e d i a n A g e b y Se x a n d Ra ce / H i sp a n i c Or i g i n Tot al Populat ion Male Fem ale Whit e Alone Black Alone Am er ican I ndian Alone Asian Alone Pacific I slander Alone Som e Ot her Race Alone Tw o or Mor e Races Hispanic Populat ion

33.8 32.3 35.5 36.3 26.6 29.1 24.8 27.8 25.2 20.8 24.0

D a t a N o t e : Hispanic populat ion can be of any race. Census 2010 m edians are com put ed from report ed dat a dist ribut ions. So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ary File 1. Esri conver t ed Census 2000 dat a int o 2010 geography.

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2010 Census Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place H o u se h o l d s b y Ty p e Tot al Households w it h 1 Person Households w it h 2+ People Fam ily Households Husband- w ife Fam ilies Wit h Ow n Children Ot her Fam ily ( No Spouse Present ) Wit h Ow n Children Nonfam ily Households All Households w it h Childr en Mult igener at ional Households Unm ar ried Part ner Households Male- fem ale Sam e- sex Aver age Household Size

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

66,419 22,049 44,370 33,953 24,660 9,391 9,293 5,488 10,417

100.0% 33.2% 66.8% 51.1% 37.1% 14.1% 14.0% 8.3% 15.7%

16,120 1,096 5,828 5,067 761

24.3% 1.7% 8.8% 7.6% 1.1%

2.24

Fa m i l y H o u se h o l d s b y Si z e Tot al

33,953

100.0%

2 People

16,187

47.7%

3 People

8,016

23.6%

4 People

6,111

18.0%

5 People

2,434

7.2%

6 People

796

2.3%

7+ People

409

1.2%

Aver age Fam ily Size

2.85

N o n f a m i l y H o u se h o l d s b y Si z e Tot al 1 Per son 2 People 3 People 4 People 5 People 6 People 7+ People Aver age Nonfam ily Size Po p u l a t i o n b y Re l a t i o n s h i p a n d H o u se h o l d Ty p e Tot al I n Households I n Fam ily Households Householder Spouse Child Ot her relat ive Nonr elat ive I n Nonfam ily Households I n Group Quar t er s I nst it ut ionalized Populat ion Noninst it ut ionalized Populat ion

32,466

100.0%

22,049 7,378 1,727 872 296 90

67.9% 22.7% 5.3% 2.7% 0.9% 0.3%

54 1.48

0.2%

156,185 148,936 100,970 33,953 24,660 34,597 3,613 4,147 47,966 7,249 1,131 6,118

100.0% 95.4% 64.6% 21.7% 15.8% 22.2% 2.3% 2.7% 30.7% 4.6% 0.7% 3.9%

D a t a N o t e : H o u se h o l d s w i t h ch i l d r e n include any households wit h people under age 18, relat ed or not . M u l t i g e n e r a t i o n a l h o u se h o l d s are fam ilies w it h 3 or m or e parent - child relat ionships. Un m a r r i e d p a r t n e r h o u se h o l d s are usually classified as nonfam ily households unless t here is anot her m em ber of t he household relat ed t o t he householder. Mult igenerat ional and unm arried part ner households are r epor t ed only t o t he t ract level. Esri est im at ed block group dat a, which is used t o est im at e polygons or non- st andard geogr aphy. A v e r a g e f a m i l y si z e ex cludes nonrelat ives. So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ary File 1.

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2010 Census Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

Fa m i l y H o u se h o l d s b y A g e o f H o u se h o l d e r Tot al Householder Age

15 - 44

33,953 14,218 6,886 6,749 3,371 2,729

100.0% 41.9%

Householder Householder Householder Householder

45 - 54 55 - 64 65 - 74 75+

32,466

100.0%

16,165 3,786 5,201 2,926 4,388

49.8% 11.7% 16.0% 9.0% 13.5%

H o u se h o l d s b y Ra ce o f H o u se h o l d e r Tot al Householder is Whit e Alone Householder is Black Alone Householder is Am er ican I ndian Alone Householder is Asian Alone Householder is Pacific I slander Alone Householder is Som e Ot her Race Alone Householder is Tw o or Mor e Races Households w it h Hispanic Householder

66,419 59,254 774 550 2,391 127 1,267 2,056 3,468

100.0% 89.2% 1.2% 0.8% 3.6% 0.2% 1.9% 3.1% 5.2%

H u sb a n d - w i f e Fa m i l i e s b y Ra ce o f H o u se h o l d e r Tot al

24,660

100.0%

22,385 212 165

90.8% 0.9% 0.7%

745 36 552 565 1,412

3.0% 0.1% 2.2% 2.3% 5.7%

9,293 7,992 148 143 236 25 315 434 808

100.0% 86.0% 1.6% 1.5% 2.5% 0.3% 3.4% 4.7% 8.7%

32,466 28,877 414 242 1,410 66 400 1,057 1,248

100.0% 88.9% 1.3% 0.7% 4.3% 0.2% 1.2% 3.3% 3.8%

Age Age Age Age

N o n f a m i l y H o u se h o l d s b y A g e o f H o u se h o l d e r Tot al Householder Householder Householder Householder Householder

Age Age Age Age Age

15 45 55 65 75+

44 54 64 74

Householder is Whit e Alone Householder is Black Alone Householder is Am er ican I ndian Alone Householder is Asian Alone Householder is Pacific I slander Alone Householder is Som e Ot her Race Alone Householder is Tw o or Mor e Races Husband- w ife Fam ilies w it h Hispanic Householder Ot h e r Fa m i l i e s ( N o Sp o u s e ) b y Ra ce o f H o u se h o l d e r Tot al Householder is Householder is Householder is Householder is Householder is Householder is Householder is Ot her Fam ilies w it h

Whit e Alone Black Alone Am er ican I ndian Alone Asian Alone Pacific I slander Alone Som e Ot her Race Alone Tw o or Mor e Races Hispanic Householder

N o n f a m i l y H o u se h o l d s b y Ra ce o f H o u se h o l d e r Tot al Householder is Whit e Alone Householder is Black Alone Householder is Am er ican I ndian Alone Householder is Asian Alone Householder is Pacific I slander Alone Householder is Som e Ot her Race Alone Householder is Tw o or Mor e Races Nonfam ily Households w it h Hispanic Householder

20.3% 19.9% 9.9% 8.0%

So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ary File 1.

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2010 Census Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place To t a l H o u si n g Un i t s b y Occu p a n cy Tot al Occupied Housing Unit s Vacant Housing Unit s

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

69,951 66,419

100.0% 95.0%

1,492 108 667 133 389 0

2.1% 0.2% 1.0% 0.2% 0.6% 0.0%

743 5.0%

1.1%

H o u se h o l d s b y Te n u r e a n d M o r t g a g e St a t u s Tot al Ow ner Occupied Ow ned w it h a Mor t gage/ Loan Ow ned Fr ee and Clear Aver age Household Size Rent er Occupied Aver age Household Size

66,419 33,271 23,763 9,508 2.40 33,148 2.09

100.0% 50.1% 35.8% 14.3%

Ow n e r - o ccu p i e d H o u si n g U n i t s b y Ra ce o f H o u se h o l d e r Tot al Householder is Whit e Alone

33,271 30,985

100.0% 93.1%

233 197 814 34 372 636 1,162

0.7% 0.6% 2.4% 0.1% 1.1% 1.9% 3.5%

33,148

100.0%

28,269 541 353 1,577 93 895 1,420 2,306

85.3% 1.6% 1.1% 4.8% 0.3% 2.7% 4.3% 7.0%

For Rent Rent ed, not Occupied For Sale Only Sold, not Occupied For Seasonal/ Recr eat ional/ Occasional Use For Migrant Wor kers Ot her Vacant Tot al Vacancy Rat e

Householder is Black Alone Householder is Am er ican I ndian Alone Householder is Asian Alone Householder is Pacific I slander Alone Householder is Som e Ot her Race Alone Householder is Tw o or Mor e Races Ow ner - occupied Housing Unit s w it h Hispanic Householder Re n t e r - o ccu p i e d H o u si n g Un i t s b y Ra ce o f H o u se h o l d e r Tot al Householder is Whit e Alone Householder is Black Alone Householder is Am er ican I ndian Alone Householder is Asian Alone Householder is Pacific I slander Alone Householder is Som e Ot her Race Alone Householder is Tw o or Mor e Races Rent er - occupied Housing Unit s w it h Hispanic Householder A v e r a g e H o u se h o l d Si z e b y Ra ce / H i sp a n i c Or i g i n o f H o u se h o l d e r Householder is Whit e Alone Householder is Black Alone Householder is Am er ican I ndian Alone Householder is Asian Alone Householder is Pacific I slander Alone Householder is Som e Ot her Race Alone Householder is Tw o or Mor e Races Householder is Hispanic

49.9%

2.21 2.37 2.56 2.25 2.52 3.36 2.43 3.00

So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ary File 1.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile Eugene City, OR Eugene city, OR (4123850) Place Census 2010 Summary Population Households Families

Average Household Size

Owner Occupied Housing Units Renter Occupied Housing Units Median Age

2013 Summary Population Households Families

Average Household Size Owner Occupied Housing Units

Renter Occupied Housing Units Median Age

Median Household Income Average Household Income 2018 Summary Population Households Families

Average Household Size

Owner Occupied Housing Units

Renter Occupied Housing Units Median Age

Median Household Income

Average Household Income

Trends: 2013-2018 Annual Rate

Pinnacle Commercial Capital

Eugene city, OR ... 156,185 66,419 33,953 2.24

33,271 33,148 33.8

158,276 67,532 34,300 2.24 33,232 34,300 34.5

$39,606 $57,092

161,462 69,303 34,764 2.23

34,592 34,711 35.4

$50,366 $67,566

Population Households

0.40% 0.52%

Owner Households

0.81%

Families

Median Household Income

0.27% 4.92%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2013 and 2018.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile Eugene City, OR Eugene city, OR (4123850) Place 2013 Households by Income <$15,000 $15,000 - $24,999

$25,000 - $34,999

$35,000 - $49,999

$50,000 - $74,999 $75,000 - $99,999

$100,000 - $149,999

$150,000 - $199,000 $200,000+

Pinnacle Commercial Capital

Eugene city, OR ... Number

13,480 8,867 7,693 9,771

12,191 6,472 5,663 1,742 1,652

Median Household Income

$39,606

Per Capita Income

$25,240

Average Household Income

2018 Households by Income <$15,000

$15,000 - $24,999 $25,000 - $34,999 $35,000 - $49,999

$50,000 - $74,999

$75,000 - $99,999 $100,000 - $149,999 $150,000 - $199,000 $200,000+

20.0% 13.1% 11.4%

14.5%

18.1% 9.6% 8.4%

2.6%

2.4%

$57,092

Number

Percent

6,872 5,700

9.9% 8.2%

13,744

19.8%

8,054

11.6%

10,288 7,587

14.8% 10.9%

1,944

2.8%

12,630

2,482

Median Household Income

$50,366

Per Capita Income

$29,869

Average Household Income

Percent

18.2%

3.6%

$67,566

Data Note: Income is expressed in current dollars. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2013 and 2018.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile Eugene City, OR Eugene city, OR (4123850) Place 2010 Population by Age Age 0 - 4 Age 5 - 9

Age 10 - 14

Pinnacle Commercial Capital

Eugene city, OR ... Number

7,630 7,702 8,098

Age 15 - 19

13,677

Age 35 - 44

17,892

Age 55 - 64 Age 65 - 74

19,296 9,651

Age 20 - 24 Age 25 - 34 Age 45 - 54

Age 75 - 84

Age 85+

2013 Population by Age Age 0 - 4

Age 5 - 9

Percent

4.9% 4.9% 5.2%

8.8%

20,646 22,738

13.2% 14.6%

18,790

12.0%

6,295

11.5% 12.4% 6.2% 4.0%

3,770

2.4%

Number

Percent

7,294

4.6%

7,345

4.6%

Age 10 - 14 Age 15 - 19

7,718 13,315

Age 25 - 34

23,357

14.8%

20,212

12.8%

Age 20 - 24

21,170

Age 35 - 44 Age 45 - 54

17,816 18,130

Age 65 - 74

11,827

Age 55 - 64 Age 75 - 84

Age 85+

6,198

4.9% 8.4%

13.4%

11.3% 11.5% 7.5%

3.9%

3,897

2.5%

Number

Percent

7,153

4.4%

Age 15 - 19

13,115

8.1%

Age 35 - 44

18,430

Age 55 - 64 Age 65 - 74

19,892 15,038

2018 Population by Age Age 0 - 4

Age 5 - 9

Age 10 - 14

Age 20 - 24 Age 25 - 34 Age 45 - 54

Age 75 - 84

Age 85+

7,633 7,372

4.7% 4.6%

20,189 24,417

12.5% 15.1%

17,403

10.8%

6,945 3,879

11.4% 12.3% 9.3% 4.3%

2.4%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2013 and 2018.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile Eugene City, OR Eugene city, OR (4123850) Place 2010 Race and Ethnicity White Alone Black Alone

American Indian Alone

Asian Alone

Pacific Islander Alone Some Other Race Alone Two or More Races

Hispanic Origin (Any Race) 2013 Race and Ethnicity White Alone

Black Alone

American Indian Alone Asian Alone Pacific Islander Alone

Some Other Race Alone

Pinnacle Commercial Capital

Eugene city, OR ... Number

134,018 2,126 1,606 6,283 364 4,497 7,291

Percent

85.8% 1.4% 1.0%

4.0%

0.2% 2.9% 4.7%

12,200

7.8%

Number

Percent

2,321

1.5%

134,573 1,652 6,897 396

85.0% 1.0% 4.4% 0.3%

4,747

3.0%

2018 Race and Ethnicity

Number

Percent

American Indian Alone

1,732

Two or More Races Hispanic Origin (Any Race)

White Alone Black Alone Asian Alone

Pacific Islander Alone

Some Other Race Alone Two or More Races

Hispanic Origin (Any Race)

7,691 13,253

134,450 2,690

4.9% 8.4%

83.3% 1.7% 1.1%

8,027

5.0%

5,559

3.4%

15,918

9.9%

447

8,557

0.3% 5.3%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2013 and 2018.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile Eugene City, OR Eugene city, OR (4123850) Place

Pinnacle Commercial Capital

Eugene city, OR ...

Annual Rate (in percent)

Trends 2013-2018 4.5

4

3.5

3

2.5

2

1.5

Area State USA

1

0.5

0

Population

Households

Families

Owner HHs

Median HH Income

Population by Age 14

Percent

12 10 8 6 4

2013 2018

2 0-4

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-24

2013 Household Income $15K - $24K 13.1%

$25K - $34K 11.4%

$35K - $49K 14.5%

$50K - $74K 18.1%

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

65-74

75-84

85+

2013 Population by Race 80 70

< $15K 20.0% $200K+ 2.4%

$150K - $199K 2.6%

$100K - $149K 8.4%

$75K - $99K 9.6%

60

Percent

0

50 40 30 20 10 0

White

Black

Am.Ind.

Asian

Pacific

Other

Two+

Hisp

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2013 and 2018.

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Market Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

Eu g e n e ci t y , OR ... Po p u l a t i o n Su m m a r y 2000 Tot al Populat ion 2010 Tot al Populat ion 2013 Tot al Populat ion 2013 Group Quart er s 2018 Tot al Populat ion 2013- 2018 Annual Rat e H o u se h o l d Su m m a r y 2000 Households 2000 Aver age Household Size 2010 Households 2010 Aver age Household Size 2013 Households 2013 Aver age Household Size 2018 Households 2018 Aver age Household Size 2013- 2018 Annual Rat e 2010 Fam ilies 2010 Aver age Fam ily Size 2013 Fam ilies 2013 Aver age Fam ily Size 2018 Fam ilies 2018 Aver age Fam ily Size 2013- 2018 Annual Rat e H o u si n g U n i t Su m m a r y 2000 Housing Unit s Ow ner Occupied Housing Rent er Occupied Housing Vacant Housing Unit s 2010 Housing Unit s Ow ner Occupied Housing Rent er Occupied Housing Vacant Housing Unit s 2013 Housing Unit s Ow ner Occupied Housing Rent er Occupied Housing Vacant Housing Unit s 2018 Housing Unit s Ow ner Occupied Housing Rent er Occupied Housing Vacant Housing Unit s M e d i a n H o u se h o l d I n co m e 2013 2018 M e d i a n H o m e Va l u e 2013 2018 Pe r Ca p i t a I n co m e 2013 2018 Median Age 2010 2013 2018

Unit s Unit s

Unit s Unit s

Unit s Unit s

Unit s Unit s

141,897 156,185 158,276 7,205 161,462 0.40% 59,642 2.28 66,419 2.24 67,532 2.24 69,303 2.23 0.52% 33,953 2.85 34,300 2.83 34,764 2.81 0.27% 63,036 50.1% 44.5% 5.4% 69,951 47.6% 47.4% 5.0% 71,697 46.4% 47.8% 5.8% 74,041 46.7% 46.9% 6.4% $39,606 $50,366 $236,334 $285,080 $25,240 $29,869 33.8 34.5 35.4

D a t a N o t e : Household populat ion includes per sons not residing in group quart ers. Average Household Size is t he household populat ion div ided by t ot al households. Persons in fam ilies include t he householder and persons relat ed t o t he householder by birt h, m arriage, or adopt ion. Per Capit a I ncom e represent s t he incom e received by all persons aged 15 years and over divided by t he t ot al populat ion. So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ar y File 1. Esri forecast s for 2013 and 2018. Esri convert ed Census 2000 dat a int o 2010 geography.

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Market Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

Eu g e n e ci t y , OR ... 2 0 1 3 H o u se h o l d s b y I n co m e Household I ncom e Base

67,531

< $15,000

20.0%

$15,000 - $24,999

13.1%

$25,000 - $34,999 $35,000 - $49,999

11.4% 14.5%

$50,000 - $74,999

18.1%

$75,000 - $99,999

9.6%

$100,000 - $149,999 $150,000 - $199,999

8.4% 2.6%

$200,000+ Aver age Household I ncom e 2 0 1 8 H o u se h o l d s b y I n co m e Household I ncom e Base < $15,000 $15,000 - $24,999

2.4% $57,092 69,301 19.8% 9.9%

$25,000 - $34,999

8.2%

$35,000 - $49,999

11.6%

$50,000 - $74,999

18.2%

$75,000 - $99,999

14.8%

$100,000 - $149,999

10.9%

$150,000 - $199,999

3.6%

$200,000+ Aver age Household I ncom e 2 0 1 3 Ow n e r Occu p i e d H o u s i n g U n i t s b y V a l u e Tot al

2.8% $67,566 33,200

< $50,000

3.5%

$50,000 - $99,999

2.5%

$100,000 - $149,999

6.7%

$150,000 - $199,999

21.0%

$200,000 - $249,999

22.4%

$250,000 - $299,999

16.0%

$300,000 - $399,999

15.7%

$400,000 - $499,999

6.4%

$500,000 - $749,999

4.4%

$750,000 - $999,999 $1,000,000 +

0.8% 0.6%

Aver age Hom e Value

$268,084

2 0 1 8 Ow n e r Occu p i e d H o u s i n g U n i t s b y V a l u e Tot al < $50,000 $50,000 - $99,999

34,567 3.3% 1.8%

$100,000 - $149,999

2.9%

$150,000 - $199,999 $200,000 - $249,999

12.5% 17.5%

$250,000 - $299,999

17.2%

$300,000 - $399,999

23.3%

$400,000 - $499,999 $500,000 - $749,999

9.6% 9.1%

$750,000 - $999,999

2.1%

$1,000,000 + Aver age Hom e Value

0.9% $324,607

D a t a N o t e : I ncom e represent s t he preceding y ear , expr essed in current dollars. Household incom e includes wage and salar y earnings, int erest dividends, net rent s, pensions, SSI and w elfare paym ent s, child support , and alim ony. So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ar y File 1. Esri forecast s for 2013 and 2018. Esri convert ed Census 2000 dat a int o 2010 geography.

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Market Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

Eu g e n e ci t y , OR ... 2 0 1 0 Po p u l a t i o n b y A g e Tot al

156,185

0 - 4

4.9%

5 - 9

4.9%

10 - 14 15 - 24

5.2% 22.0%

25 - 34

14.6%

35 - 44

11.5%

45 - 54 55 - 64

12.0% 12.4%

65 - 74

6.2%

75 - 84

4.0%

85 + 18 +

2.4% 81.8%

2 0 1 3 Po p u l a t i o n b y A g e Tot al

158,279

0 - 4

4.6%

5 - 9

4.6%

10 - 14

4.9%

15 - 24

21.8%

25 - 34

14.8%

35 - 44

11.3%

45 - 54

11.5%

55 - 64

12.8%

65 - 74 75 - 84

7.5% 3.9%

85 + 18 +

2.5% 82.8%

2 0 1 8 Po p u l a t i o n b y A g e Tot al

161,466

0 - 4

4.7%

5 - 9

4.4%

10 - 14

4.6%

15 - 24

20.6%

25 - 34

15.1%

35 - 44 45 - 54

11.4% 10.8%

55 - 64

12.3%

65 - 74

9.3%

75 - 84 85 +

4.3% 2.4%

18 +

83.4%

2 0 1 0 Po p u l a t i o n b y Se x Males Fem ales 2 0 1 3 Po p u l a t i o n b y Se x

76,324 79,861

Males

77,578

Fem ales

80,701

2 0 1 8 Po p u l a t i o n b y Se x Males Fem ales

79,265 82,201

So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ar y File 1. Esri forecast s for 2013 and 2018. Esri convert ed Census 2000 dat a int o 2010 geography.

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Market Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

Eu g e n e ci t y , OR ... 2 0 1 0 Po p u l a t i o n b y Ra ce / Et h n i ci t y Tot al

156,185

Whit e Alone

85.8%

Black Alone

1.4%

Am er ican I ndian Alone Asian Alone

1.0% 4.0%

Pacific I slander Alone

0.2%

Som e Ot her Race Alone

2.9%

Tw o or Mor e Races Hispanic Origin Diversit y I ndex

4.7% 7.8% 36.8

2 0 1 3 Po p u l a t i o n b y Ra ce / Et h n i ci t y Tot al

158,277

Whit e Alone

85.0%

Black Alone

1.5%

Am er ican I ndian Alone

1.0%

Asian Alone Pacific I slander Alone

4.4% 0.3%

Som e Ot her Race Alone

3.0%

Tw o or Mor e Races

4.9%

Hispanic Origin Diversit y I ndex

8.4% 38.6

2 0 1 8 Po p u l a t i o n b y Ra ce / Et h n i ci t y Tot al

161,462

Whit e Alone Black Alone

83.3% 1.7%

Am er ican I ndian Alone

1.1%

Asian Alone

5.0%

Pacific I slander Alone

0.3%

Som e Ot her Race Alone

3.4%

Tw o or Mor e Races

5.3%

Hispanic Origin

9.9%

Diversit y I ndex

42.7

2 0 1 0 Po p u l a t i o n b y Re l a t i o n sh i p a n d H o u s e h o l d Ty p e Tot al

156,185

I n Households I n Fam ily Households

95.4% 64.6%

Householder

21.7%

Spouse

15.8%

Child Ot her r elat ive

22.2% 2.3%

Nonr elat ive I n Nonfam ily Households I n Gr oup Quart er s I nst it ut ionalized Populat ion Noninst it ut ionalized Populat ion

2.7% 30.7% 4.6% 0.7% 3.9%

D a t a N o t e : Persons of Hispanic Origin m ay be of any race. The Diversit y I ndex m easures t he probabilit y t hat t w o people fr om t he sam e area will be from differ ent race/ et hnic groups. So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ar y File 1. Esri forecast s for 2013 and 2018. Esri convert ed Census 2000 dat a int o 2010 geography.

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Market Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

Eu g e n e ci t y , OR ... 2 0 1 3 Po p u l a t i o n 2 5 + b y Ed u ca t i o n a l A t t a i n m e n t Tot al Less t han 9t h Grade 9t h - 12t h Gr ade, No Diplom a

101,436 2.4% 4.5%

High School Gr aduat e

19.3%

Som e College, No Degree

25.8%

Associat e Degr ee

7.6%

Bachelor 's Degr ee

23.1%

Graduat e/ Professional Degr ee

17.3%

2 0 1 3 Po p u l a t i o n 1 5 + b y M a r i t a l St a t u s Tot al

135,921

Never Mar r ied

39.5%

Mar r ied

42.1%

Widow ed Divor ced

5.4% 13.0%

2 0 1 3 Ci v i l i a n Po p u l a t i o n 1 6 + i n La b o r Fo r ce Civilian Em ployed Civilian Unem ployed 2 0 1 3 Em p l o y e d Po p u l a t i o n 1 6 + b y I n d u st r y Tot al

90.9% 9.1% 68,982

Agricult ur e/ Mining

0.9%

Const r uct ion Manufact uring

3.1% 8.8%

Wholesale Trade Ret ail Trade

2.4% 13.1%

Transport at ion/ Ut ilit ies

2.6%

I nform at ion

2.1%

Finance/ I nsur ance/ Real Est at e Ser vices Public Adm inist r at ion

4.5% 59.6% 2.9%

2 0 1 3 Em p l o y e d Po p u l a t i o n 1 6 + b y Occu p a t i o n Tot al Whit e Collar Managem ent / Business/ Financial

68,984 65.0% 13.2%

Professional

27.7%

Sales

11.0%

Adm inist r at ive Support Ser vices

13.1% 19.9%

Blue Collar

15.1%

Farm ing/ Forest ry/ Fishing

0.6%

Const r uct ion/ Ext ract ion I nst allat ion/ Maint enance/ Repair

2.5% 1.8%

Product ion

5.9%

Transport at ion/ Mat er ial Moving

4.3%

So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ar y File 1. Esri forecast s for 2013 and 2018. Esri convert ed Census 2000 dat a int o 2010 geography.

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Market Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

Eu g e n e ci t y , OR ... 2 0 1 0 H o u se h o l d s b y Ty p e Tot al Households w it h 1 Per son Households w it h 2+ People Fam ily Households Husband- w ife Fam ilies Wit h Relat ed Children Ot her Fam ily ( No Spouse Pr esent ) Ot her Fam ily w it h Male Householder Wit h Relat ed Children Ot her Fam ily w it h Fem ale Householder Wit h Relat ed Children Nonfam ily Households All Households w it h Childr en Mult igener at ional Households Unm arr ied Part ner Households Male- fem ale Sam e- sex 2 0 1 0 H o u se h o l d s b y Si ze Tot al 1 Person Household 2 Person Household 3 Person Household 4 Person Household 5 Person Household 6 Person Household 7 + Per son Household 2 0 1 0 H o u se h o l d s b y Te n u r e a n d M o r t g a g e St a t u s Tot al Ow ner Occupied Ow ned w it h a Mort gage/ Loan Ow ned Fr ee and Clear Rent er Occupied

66,419 33.2% 66.8% 51.1% 37.1% 14.6% 14.0% 4.0% 2.5% 10.0% 6.6% 15.7% 24.3% 1.7% 8.8% 7.6% 1.1% 66,419 33.2% 35.5% 14.7% 10.5% 4.1% 1.3% 0.7% 66,419 50.1% 35.8% 14.3% 49.9%

D a t a N o t e : Households wit h childr en include any households wit h people under age 18, relat ed or not . Mult igenerat ional households are fam ilies wit h 3 or m ore parent - child relat ionships. Unm arried part ner households are usually classified as nonfam ily households unless t her e is anot her m em ber of t he household relat ed t o t he householder. Mult igenerat ional and unm arried part ner households ar e report ed only t o t he t ract level. Esri est im at ed block group dat a, w hich is used t o est im at e polygons or non- st andard geography. So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ar y File 1. Esri forecast s for 2013 and 2018. Esri convert ed Census 2000 dat a int o 2010 geography.

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Market Profile Eugene Cit y, OR Eugene cit y, OR ( 4123850) Place

Pinnacle Com m ercial Capit al

Eu g e n e ci t y , OR ... To p 3 Ta p e st r y Se g m e n t s 1.

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2 0 1 3 Co n su m e r Sp e n d i n g Appar el & Services: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Com put ers & Accessories: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Educat ion: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Ent er t ainm ent / Recr eat ion: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Food at Hom e: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Food Aw ay fr om Hom e: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Healt h Car e: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex HH Fur nishings & Equipm ent : Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex I nvest m ent s: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Ret ail Goods: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Shelt er: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex TV/ Video/ Audio: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Travel: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex Vehicle Maint enance & Repair s: Tot al $ Aver age Spent Spending Pot ent ial I ndex

$86,043,437 $1,274.11 56 $14,481,252 $214.44 86 $94,867,038 $1,404.77 96 $179,766,686 $2,661.95 82 $274,801,374 $4,069.20 81 $180,371,359 $2,670.90 84 $228,366,164 $3,381.60 76 $87,419,018 $1,294.48 72 $110,821,606 $1,641.02 79 $1,243,978,928 $18,420.58 76 $906,383,446 $13,421.54 83 $71,186,192 $1,054.11 82 $98,272,607 $1,455.20 79 $59,726,816 $884.42 81

D a t a N o t e : Consum er spending shows t he am ount spent on a v ariet y of goods and ser vices by households t hat reside in t he area. Expendit ures are shown by broad budget cat egor ies t hat are not m ut ually exclusive. Consum er spending does not equal business revenue. Tot al and Average Am ount Spent Per Household represent annual figures. The Spending Pot ent ial I ndex represent s t he am ount spent in t he area relat ive t o a nat ional average of 100. So u r ce : Consum er Spending dat a are der ived from t he 2010 and 2011 Consum er Expendit ure Surveys, Bureau of Labor St at ist ics. Esri. So u r ce : U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Sum m ar y File 1. Esri forecast s for 2013 and 2018. Esri convert ed Census 2000 dat a int o 2010 geography.

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LANE COUNTY

STRATEGIC PLAN BUILDING A PROSPEROUS COMMUNITY


LANE COUNTY

STRATEGIC PLAN The following pages reveal a story we’d like to tell. It’s the story of your Lane County Government redefining itself and its future.


STRATEGIC PLAN

Your Board of Commissioners and County leadership worked together to articulate: ฀ Who we are. ฀ What we value. ฀ What we will focus collectively on in the coming years. We reflected on the challenges our community faces and what we, as leaders, could do to improve our quality of life. We evaluated ourselves and the changes we could make as an organization to better meet the needs of our residents and guests. Our journey to define Lane County demonstrated a spirit of collaboration that we are truly proud of. This work is critical to mapping our future, and its success was possible only through the dedication of many. We thank our fellow Board members, County leaders, staff, key advisors, and community partners. We’ve accomplished something greater than the sum of our parts. We’ve outlined ambitious goals we expect to reach in the next five years and renewed our pledge to our core values. The process has been transformative. Lofty? Ambitious? Yes. And yes. We often focus on our limitations that are defined by an ever shrinking budget, but in building this Strategic Plan, we said “What if?” What if we set aggressive goals that push us toward a better community? And then we said “Why not?” We are an organization that has consistently achieved regardless of the odds. While we must make careful decisions – we are embracing a new outlook and a new approach to our challenges. They won’t define us. They will encourage us to expand our creativity. After months of collaboration, we’ve established a Vision dedicated to building a prosperous Lane County; a Mission that gets us there by providing collaborative leadership, inclusive decision-making and sustainable service; and Values that define Lane County Government. Our Goals are ambitious and exciting. Maybe even bodacious. And we’re ready.

Faye H. Stewart

Sid Leiken

Lane County Board of Commissioners

Lane County Board of Commissioners

Chair 2011

Chair 2012


STRATEGIC PLAN

Where We’ve Been & Where We’re Going PRIOR TO THE ADOPTION OF THIS PLAN, Lane County’s Strategic Plan had not been updated in more than 10 years. Following the largely successful implementation of the 2001-2005 Plan, the Board adopted shorter term strategic objectives which guided the organization through 2007. Planning efforts during the intervening years was dominated by large scale budget reductions as a result of declining federal and state revenue and the recession. For decades, Lane County’s story and identity has been dominated by the next anticipated budget cuts. Year after year of major reductions followed by modest restorations have kept the County focused inward and on the immediate. In early 2011, the Board of Commissioners and their newly appointed County Administrator quietly set about shifting their perspective outward and toward the future. The Lane County Strategic Plan 2012-2017 re-defines and re-introduces a Lane County Government with an eye on quality of life, customer service, and innovation. It will keep us zeroed in on areas with the most impact while positioning us to adapt and improvise as conditions change.

Our Planning Process THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS considered several factors in designing their Strategic Planning process. They developed a process with the following understandings: ฀

Goals are most likely to be achieved when they are specific and measureable

A shared mission and vision will guide the entire organization and align resources, creativity, and commitment

The need for a new plan is urgent and a high priority and the goals need to be aggressive while achievable

The success of Lane County Government is dependent on successful collaborations and partnerships

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Primary discussion and final decision-making will rest with the Commissioners. The County Management Team will provide input, background information, and respond to Commissioners’ questions

Other staff, advisory committee members, partner agencies, and other key advisors will be helpful in crafting goal language and identifying strategies

The plan should provide a framework for everyone – leadership, management, employees, advisors, and partners

Work sessions began in late spring of 2011. The Board of Commissioners quickly agreed on new mission and vision statements and identified shared values. Over the summer, Commissioners identified areas for goal development: Public safety, public health, economic development, and the County’s financial stability. Lists of desired outcomes were brainstormed and narrowed down. The County’s Management Team divided into Goal Teams to review data, consult advisors, and identify the most impactful possible goals. The public safety and public health teams had advisors from both service areas. They successfully fulfilled the Board’s directive to “weave together” the improvement of both public health and public safety. Property crime, fetal/infant mortality, and child maltreatment were specifically chosen because they are associated with a wide range of problems for our families and communities, and success will improve the overall quality of life in Lane County. The economic development goal team identified several possible goals. After initial discussion, the Board redirected the team and requested the engagement of the Economic Development Standing Committee. Committee members responded to the urgent request and provided much appreciated insight. Commissioners ultimately agreed on two economic development goals with strong support from their advisors. The team reviewing the County’s financial stability had several active discussions; however, the many ideas were not a good fit with the Strategic Plan framework. Instead, the


STRATEGIC PLAN

Board and County Administrator will to continue to pursue a host of cost control and revenue maximizing strategies. For example, by moving to new health plans that are forecast to increase cost slower than former plans, County employees have taken a significant step toward mitigating the County’s structural deficit. The County Administrator’s Innovate Lane County initiative generated hundreds of ideas to improve efficiencies, streamline process, and focus on service.

Big Budget Challenges

The core of the Strategic Plan with five Goals was adopted on December 7, 2011. The next step will be for officials, staff, and partners to develop action plans and timelines. Staff will update Commissioners routinely and the Board will review and update the Strategic Plan annually.

The Goals are ambitious; they are also attainable and articulate the County’s priorities. Teams of community leaders, advisors, and specialists in the fields of public safety, public health, and economic development weighed external and internal factors in their recommendations to the Board.

Resident Survey & Focus Groups GETTING PERIODIC FEEDBACK from residents helps elected leaders, staff, and other County stakeholders identify challenges, and plan for and evaluate improvements. In 2009, the County began surveying residents using the National Citizen Survey developed by the National Research Center. The 2009 Resident Survey results established baseline data that was followed up by a 2011 Resident Survey – a first opportunity to gauge how we’ve changed. The survey is planned again for early 2013. Survey results informed Lane County leadership and guided us in our planning. For example, while improving, residents have been unsatisfied with the County’s overall direction. Survey respondents rated economic development among their greatest concerns and made it clear that our Sheriff ’s services are a key driver of resident satisfaction. Once the goal teams developed recommendations, a series of focus groups were held to gain additional feedback and input. Participants weighed in on the Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals. The results were crucial to the Board’s selection of Goals and to understanding the impact of the shift in perspective outward and to the future.

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THE LANE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS created and adopted this Plan just months before tackling the biggest budget challenges the County has faced in 40 years. The timing of the Plan was not an accident, nor was it out of touch with the economic realities experienced by Lane County Government and by our residents.

Lane County will inevitably down-size and re-organize. Much will be lost as County services are eliminated and the recession recovery remains sluggish. The selection of these Goals was intended to have the most impact on maintaining and improving our quality of life and to facilitate our community’s recovery.


STRATEGIC PLAN

Innovate Lane County LANE COUNTY EMPLOYEES have long shown they are dedicated and innovative. After several months of job shadowing employees throughout the organization, County Administrator Liane Richardson decided to tap their passion and creativity by asking them to help re-shape Lane County. In late 2011, the County Administrator launched Innovate Lane County by asking employees – all employees, “How would you create Lane County today?” She didn’t pose the question lightly and immediately began to take action as recommendations poured in. The purpose of the initiative is to make Lane County a more flexible, efficient, customer-oriented entity that is able to adapt to changes in need and expectations. The Innovate Lane County process encourages conversations between employees in different departments and programs. We’ve captured ways to streamline processes and improve customer-focused service. Employees generated ideas for short and long term savings and revenue generation. The initiative has taken our organization’s innovative spirit and kicked it into overdrive.

Introducing Lane County

Lane County Values Our Pledge Integrity We pledge to hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards and maintain consistency in our values and actions. Respect We pledge to create an environment of trust and civility from open, honest, and direct interactions with each other, our residents, and guests. Open and Accountable Lane County is your government. How we do business is your business. Public Engagement Community involvement is vital to our success. We commit to inclusive decision-making, building successful partnerships, and fostering opportunities to learn from one another. Pursuit of Excellence We commit ourselves to innovation and creativity, calculated risk-taking, and continuous improvement. We seek to understand our services from the perspective of our customers, residents, and guests and strive to provide the best possible outcomes.

WHILE WE’LL FOCUS on a few specific goals, the depth and breadth of Lane County services are guided by our shared Mission, Vision, and Values.

Diversity We appreciate and respect individual differences and the rich variety of communities that make up Lane County.

MISSION: Lane County Government will work to create a prosperous community by providing collaborative leadership, fair and inclusive decision making, and excellent sustainable local governmental services to our residents and guests.

Stewardship We invest wisely in our people, systems, and infrastructure. We exercise responsible stewardship in the allocation and efficient use of our public resources.

VISION: Lane County will be a prosperous community through wise stewardship of its human and natural resources. It is a community that is ambitious in its hopes, creative in its leadership, and accountable for the health and welfare of its current and future generation of residents.

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Empathy Our ability to understand the experiences of our residents, guests, and employees is essential to providing services that improve the quality of life in Lane County.


STRATEGIC PLAN

Zeroing in on Goals THE CORE ELEMENTS of the Mission and Vision statements reflect strong consensus among the Commissioners: ฀

Creating a prosperous community

The health and welfare of current and future generations of residents

Excellent, sustainable services to residents and guests

Collaborative leadership and fair and inclusive decision making

Wise stewardship

Ambitious, creative leadership

Following the new Mission and Vision, the Commissioners identified areas in need of concentrated, collective effort, then turned their ideas over to interdisciplinary management and staff teams for further development. The teams returned to the Board with focused recommendations, before community partners and key advisors were added to craft specific, measureable, ambitious, relevant, and time bound goal statements.

Public Safety GOAL

By 2017, reduce property crime in Lane County by 25%. The focus of this goal is Felony Property Crime, specifically, residential burglary and car theft. Early in the planning process, Commissioners discussed not only the reduction of property crime, but also reduction of person-to-person crimes, recidivism, and gang presence. The dire state of public safety services due to budget cuts is an unavoidable reality creating an enormous barrier to

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the health and welfare of our community. Person-to-person crimes will continue to receive our most urgent response. However, Lane County’s extremely high property crime rate directly affects many more people and has a chilling effect on economic development. The reduction of property crime can impact recidivism and gang presence and is related to addiction. Ultimately, reducing the rate of property crime victimization will improve the quality of life for all who live in or visit Lane County. The Sheriff ’s Office will take the lead with this goal, continuing to work with partner agencies, and identify strategies to tackle property crime without diverting resources from critical life and safety services. Measure of Progress and Success: Felony Property Crime data is maintained by the Lane County Sheriff ’s Office and currently queried and reported as needed.


STRATEGIC PLAN

Public Health EARLY DISCUSSIONS about public health goals touched on several topics including chronic disease, addictions, and the desire to weave together public health and public safety as well as prevention, healthy families and children. The goal team quickly determined that a focus on healthy families offers the potential to make the greatest impact with limited resources. It also presents research-based opportunities to impact both chronic disease and addiction, as well as make a significant impact on problems facing our public safety system.

GOAL

By 2017, reduce the rate of Lane County fetal/ infant mortality by 16% (to 7.0 per 1,000 births). Infant mortality is one of the most important indicators of the health of a community as it is associated with maternal health, quality and access to medical care, socioeconomic conditions, and public health practices. The rate of infant mortality in the U.S. is greater than most other developed countries; and, the width of that gap appears to be widening. Fetal mortality is an equally important public health problem as there are nearly as many fetal deaths (>20 weeks gestation) each year in the US. Measure of Progress and Success: The Fetal Infant Mortality Rate (an internationally recognized statistic resulting from the Perinatal Periods of Risk analysis) is expressed as X per 1,000 live births. The rate for Lane County for the period 1999-2003 was 9.5, and for the period 2005-2009 improved to 8.2. Lane County Public Health is also conducting an ongoing Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) which helps identify the behaviors most strongly associated with fetal/infant deaths.

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GOAL

By 2017, reduce the rate of substantiated child maltreatment by 20% (from 16.9 per 1,000 in 2010 to 13.5 per 1,000 in 2017). The immediate and long term harm of child maltreatment is well documented. It results in physical injuries, emotional issues, delays in child development, and, in extreme cases, death. It’s been linked to higher likelihood of involvement in the juvenile justice system, as well as the adult corrections system. The significant financial toll is both direct and indirect. Lane County currently provides a number of programs with a strong research base demonstrating positive outcomes, creating a base upon which a focused, strategic, countywide effort could be built, leveraging existing efforts and magnifying the impact on the community. Measure of Progress and Success: County specific child maltreatment data is maintained by the State of Oregon Department of Human Services Child Welfare and reported annually in their Status of Children report. Child maltreatment refers to both child abuse and child neglect. “Substantiated” cases are those in which a report received by Oregon DHS/Child Welfare has been assessed and it has been determined that maltreatment has occurred and the child is at risk of further harm.


STRATEGIC PLAN

Economic Development GETTING TO SPECIFIC economic development goals was quite a journey. Groups of County managers, community partners, the Economic Development Standing Committee (an advisory committee to the Board), and focus group participants all weighed in. There was always widespread agreement on the ultimate outcome of preserving and increasing family wage jobs. The tricky part was determining what approach and identifying areas the County could provide leadership or directly impact results. The Goal Team explored a variety of ideas, made recommendations to the Board who refined the ideas and asked the team to get more input and develop the ideas further. Ultimately, the Board was unanimous in its selection of two goals, one requiring a large scale collaborative effort of which the County will be a part, and the other more specific, direct, and immediate.

GOAL

By 2017, Lane County will transform the existing industrial land in Goshen to support increased levels of development resulting in jobs that pay no less than 150% of the median wage. Lack of buildable land is a barrier for traded-sector companies that want to locate in Lane County, particularly those companies that require a larger footprint. Both Eugene and Springfield have industrial sites, but not of the size available in Goshen. Rezoning existing rural industrial land that is close to the metro area and adjacent to major transportation routes may preserve farm and wetlands during expansion of the urban growth boundaries of the two cities. Measure of Progress and Success: Progress on this goal will be charted through routine reports to the Board of Commissioners.

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GOAL

By December 2013, Lane County will create a revolving loan fund of at least $500,000 to help promote rural business expansion, workforce development, and job creation and retention. Lack of access to capital is cited by businesses as a major barrier to business expansion and job creation. In recent history, the strategy used to distribute video lottery funds has resulted in more than $7 million granted to local business, with no mechanism in place to prove return on investment. Lane County Community & Economic Development will lead efforts to create a low interest public financing loan program for local rural businesses. Loans (for working capital, equipment purchases, or gap funding for traditional bank financing) will help rural employers generate or retain permanent, full-time jobs. Measure of Progress and Success: The establishment of the loan fund will be documented in reports. Data on the number, value, and returns on investment will be maintained.


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towering sand dunes. Most activities are within an hour’s drive of the Eugene-Springfield area. Simply choose a route on the following pages, then pick your activities. Turn to the back and you’ll find information on cycling, wineries, local events, wilderness adventures, rules and regulations, permits and licenses, and Leave No Trace ethics. A list of guides and outfitters can be found on pages 24-27.

Follow these tips for safe, comfortable travel • Stop into visitor centers / ranger stations for expert advice. • Bring paper maps. GPS is not always reliable on country or mountain roads. • Cell phones may not transmit or receive well in some areas. • Be prepared to pay for parking and day-use permits. • Let someone know your travel route, schedule and when you expect to return. Remember, environmental conditions present many hazards. • Pack extra food, water and blankets, especially if you are traveling over mountain passes during winter. Check road conditions at TripCheck.com; traction tires or chains may be required.

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Sand Dunes Frontier / Dune Buggy Tours / 541.997.3544 83960 Hwy 101 S, Florence Sandland Adventures / Dune Buggy Tours / 541.997.8087 85366 Hwy 101 S, Florence

Aero Legends / Flight Tours 541.991.6139 C & M Stables / Horseback Riding / 541.997.7540 90241 Hwy 101 N, Florence Central Coastal Watersports Watersport Equipment Rentals 541.997.1812 1901 Hwy 101, Florence Fishing Guides / See page 25 Ocean Dunes Golf Links / Golf 541.997.3232 3345 Munsel Lake Rd, Florence Sandpines Golf Links / Golf 541.997.1940 1201 35th St, Florence

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Carl G. Washburne Memorial State Park Hwy 101 between milepost 176 & 177 Zigzag through moss-covered trees as you explore enchanted Hobbit Trail, a 0.4-mile (0.6-km) hike. Perfect for children, this trail evokes imaginative fairies and gnomes and leads to 5 miles (8 km) of sandy beach. Run with abandon and race the tide. Or tackle the 6-mile (9.7-km), round-trip trail to Heceta Head Lighthouse, a steep, winding path offering outstanding seascape views. Day-use area. Year-round, first-comefirst-served camping. Two reservable yurts. Reservations: 800.452.5687

Heceta Head Lighthouse State Scenic Viewpoint Hwy 101 between milepost 178 & 179 Perched above the crashing surf. Spy massive gray whales on their win-

seabirds nest on protected, offshore islands. Chase rolling waves, and discover wondrous tidepools on the protected beach below. Learn more about this historic place through a guided tour, offered March to October. Day-use fee. 800.551.6949

Sea Lion Caves Hwy 101 between milepost 179 & 180 One of the world’s largest sea lion caves, this majestic cavern and underground viewpoint beneath a natural rock dome is inhabited by hundreds of Stellar sea lions that gather here during fall and winter. In spring and summer, they breed and have their young on rock ledges outside the cave. Before continuing on your journey, shop for souvenirs and indulge in homemade fudge from the gift shop. Admission fee. 541.547.3111

Sand Master Park Hwy 101 between milepost 187 & 189

Catch some big air at the world’s first sandboard park. Laugh together as you tumble and whiz down the soft sandy slopes. Whether you want to go pro or you’re challenging your grandkids to one more ride, this thrilling adventure is a playful way to reconnect with family, rain or shine! Rentals and lessons available. Closed mid-January through February. 541.997.6006

Historic Old Town Florence Hwy 101 between milepost 190 & 191 Surround yourself in the charm of this nostalgic waterfront area. Abundant in art galleries, eclectic shops and restaurants, mom and grandma can shop while dad and the kids grab an ice cream cone and race along the boardwalk. For a historical perspective, visit the Siuslaw Pioneer Museum. Or paddle your kayak from the Port of Siuslaw and enjoy Historic Old Town from the river.

Siltcoos Recreation Area & Canoe Trail Hwy 101 at milepost 198 Bring your own kayak for a relaxing journey on this 3-mile (4.83-km) waterway, known as the Siltcoos River Canoe Trail, which meanders through the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area and widens into a stunning saltwater estuary emptying into the Pacific. There is little current, no rapids and the trail can be paddled out and back in half a day. To protect Western Snowy Plover nesting areas, part of the river is restricted mid-March to mid-Sept. Paddlers can make it to the ocean but are prohibited from leaving their boats. Off-limit areas are clearly marked. Hikers will enjoy easy access to three short, but rewarding trails that begin at Stagecoach Trailhead near Siltcoos Beach Road. Day-use fee.

South Jetty Dune Recreation Area Hwy 101 between milepost 191 & 192 Formed by the ancient forces of wind, water and time, some of the most dramatic sand dunes in the world await those who crave adventure and solitude. Awaken your senses as you listen to the crashing waves and feel the sand between your toes as you trek along the beach. Build a sand castle or fly a kite. Then get your adrenaline pumping on an ATV or watch others try to conquer “The Face.” Day-use fee.

Dune Buggy Tours Hwy 101 between milepost 192 & 193 also between milepost 197 & 198

Experience the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area on a thrilling guided tour. Sand in your teeth and windblown hair are badges of honor on these exciting dune buggy rides. For a more comfortable journey, large buggies and interpretive-guided scenic tours offer a slower-paced adventure. Along the way, you’ll be treated to glorious views of natural, fresh-water lakes and aweinspiring sand dunes. See sidebar.

Oregon Dunes Day Use Area Hwy 101 at milepost 201 Wander the ever-changing Oregon dunes ecosystem at this easily accessible overlook and trailhead. Paved for the first 0.5-mile (0.8 km), the trail leads to viewing decks, restrooms and picnic sites, then continues on to the beach. Watch for signs indicating snowy plover habitat, and please respect these areas during nesting season. Open year-round. Day-use fee.

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Lake Creek Bridge Hwy 36 between milepost 17 & 18 Worth the side trip, this unassuming covered bridge beckons curious travelers who canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t pass up a good photo opportunity. Gather the family, or park the motorcycles and snap a memento that will last forever. Also called Nelson Mountain Bridge, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 105 feet (32 m) long and was originally constructed in 1928, then rebuilt in 1984.

Farnham Boat Launch Hwy 36 between milepost 2 & 3 Of the six boat launches between Lower Lake Creek Falls and Mapleton, this is an ideal takeout spot for winter white-water kayaking November to April. Escape the everyday and challenge yourself to an exhilarating 8 miles (12.9 km) of Class II-IV rapids between Deadwood and Tide Wayside. Anglers who visit will discover Steelhead (Dec.-March) and Salmon (Oct.Nov.); fishing is only permitted below Greenleaf Creek. Day-use fee.

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Lower Lake Creek Falls Hwy 36 at milepost 25 Across the highway and south of the parking lot, take a 0.5-mile (0.8-km) walk to descend a staircase that leads to a fascinating fish ladder and viewing area, known by residents as the â&#x20AC;&#x153;rock slides.â&#x20AC;? Through informative signage, discover how human activity impacts fish populations and learn about the life cycle of native fish. Catch the amazing show put on by Coho and Chinook Salmon and Steelhead as they migrate upstream to spawn in fall and winter.

Mapleton Landing Hwy 36 & Hwy 126 junction Quirky and quaint shops await travelers looking to stretch their legs, refuel and load up with adventure essentials, such as food, ice cream, microbrews, permits and licenses. While youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re here, take in a demonstration at the glassblowing studio, or introduce your kids to the joy of summer fishing or crawdadding. Experienced paddlers can launch boats at Mapleton Landing for a challenging, flat-water endurance tour of the North Bank Coast to the Coast section of the Siuslaw Estuary Water Trail. Day-use fee.

Sweet Creek Falls Hwy 126 between milepost 14 & 15, turn onto Sweet Creek Rd approx 11 miles (17.6 km) Awaken your senses with a scenic hike

Wildcat Covered Bridge Hwy 126 between milepost 26 & 27 Roll up your pant legs and wade right in. The inviting, calm waters that flow under this man-made landmark invite you to hunt for snails, water skippers and crawdads in late summer and fall. Turn onto Siuslaw River Rd and stay to the right as the road curves under the highway. Permit required at boat launch.

Whittaker Recreation Area Hwy 126 between milepost 26 & 27 Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll make lifelong memories at this family-friendly getaway. A designated watchable wildlife site, the creek provides vital habitat for many fish. Splash in the water or take a hike to look for traces of birds, raccoons, bear and elk who live in this old-growth forest. Along the way, listen for the sounds of the Pileated Woodpecker, Northern Spotted Owl and Marbled Murrelet. To get here, turn onto Siuslaw River Road

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Perkins Peninsula at Fern Ridge Reservoir / Coyote Creek Canoe Access Hwy 126 between milepost 45 & 46 Designated by the Audubon Society as an Important Bird Area, this enchanted environment welcomes more than 250 species throughout the year. From Perkins Peninsula, enjoy a calm day of fishing and birding on the water. Or, head south of Hwy 126 and follow wildlife viewing signs to Coyote Creek canoe launch, where you can wander through a riparian forest, or paddle a meandering creek to Fern Ridge Lake, April through mid-October.

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Benton-Lane Winery Territorial Hwy between milepost 1 & 2 A perfect place to begin a wine tour and learn why the Willamette Valley has become a top destination for producing balanced, interesting Pinot noir. Learn about the mix of bio dynamic, organic and sustainable farming practices used, and sip world-class wines on the treecovered patio. Or attend an event in the newly opened First Class Room, where first class wine barrels float underneath a spiraling staircase and sparkling chandeliers. 541.847.5792

Diamond Woods Golf Course and Inn Territorial Hwy between milepost 2 & 3 Escape the daily pressures and unwind with every stroke on this picture perfect, year-round course. This championship-length course features four sets of tees, so the whole family can join in. Or simply perfect your swing on the driving range. Enjoy an overnight stay in a luxury inn with expansive views after playing nine or 18 holes over rolling terrain, open greens and treelined holes. Tee times 541.998.9707. Inn 541.510.2467

Pfeiffer Vineyards Territorial Hwy between milepost 4 & 5, right onto Ferguson Rd, left onto Turnbow Ln, right onto Jaeg Rd One of the first solar operated wineries in the Willamette Valley, this boutique winery features a romantic, Tuscanstyle tasting room. Sip premium,

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limited-production wines by a warm fire, surrounded by artwork created by local artisans. Taste and learn the subtleties of Oregon’s finest wines by taking a Pinot clinic led by winery owner Robin Pfeiffer. Tasting fee. 541.998.2828

Richardson Park at Fern Ridge Reservoir Territorial Hwy between milepost 14 & 15, left onto Clear Lake Rd Easy to reach, this action-packed water wonderland will raise everyone’s spirits. Go for a swim, challenge each other to a game of volleyball, or frolic on the playground. When the reservoir is at full pool, bring your own boat to windsurf, sail, ski or wakeboard. During winter, when the water level is lowered for flood control, take an invigorating walk across the dam to spot wintering waterfowl. The campground is open mid-April through mid-November. Day-use fee.

LaVelle Vineyards Territorial Hwy between milepost 18 & 19, right onto Warthen Rd, right onto Sheffler Rd Relax in the cozy tasting room, or bring a picnic to share on the hilltop deck under a shady madrone tree. Secluded on a quiet hillside, this vineyard radiates old world elegance. For a truly one-ofa-kind experience, ask for a tour of the vineyard with the winemaker himself, where you’ll learn how weather and soil impact bud-break, bloom and harvest of the vines. 541.935.9406

Silvan Ridge Winery Step into a bit of rustic European style at one of the oldest wineries in Oregon. Spend the afternoon sampling gourmet cheese and sipping wine while immersing yourself in the beauty of the elegant surroundings. Each handcrafted wine is as unique as the harvested local grapes, sure to linger on your palette and mind. 866.5SILVAN Domaine Meriwether Winery Territorial Hwy between milepost 19 & 20, right onto Hwy 126 between milepost 44 & 45 Domaine Meriwether’s quest to produce world-class sparkling wines has led to this enchanting vineyard. As one of only two wineries in Oregon producing méthode champenoise wines, you’ll have the unique opportunity to learn about the years of care that go into producing every delicious bottle. Sample award-winning still and sparkling varietals as you stroll through the green landscape. 541.935.9711

Coyote Creek Covered Bridge Territorial Hwy between milepost 25 & 26, right onto Battle Creek Rd Just off the beaten path, you’ll discover an authentic piece of local history. Constructed in 1922, this 60-foot (18.3 m) covered bridge spans the original highway, first traveled in 1851. Authentic and romantic, it’s the perfect place to stop and snap a photo!

Sweet Cheeks Winery Territorial Hwy between milepost 28 & 29, left onto Briggs Hill Rd This welcoming winery is perched atop two converging hillsides that inspired this winery’s whimsical name. Featuring old world charm and breathtaking views of Briggs Hill Valley, the 65acre (26-ha) estate vineyard invites you to bring along a picnic or enjoy Oregon artisan cheeses along with a bottle of wine as you take in the view. 877.309.9463

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King Estate Winery and Restaurant As the state’s leading producer of Pinot noir and Pinot gris, this vineyard is the world’s largest contiguous organic operation. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, the full-service restaurant enhances your wine experience by showcasing estate-grown produce. Wheelchair-accessible walking tours of the wine production facilities are offered. 800.884.4441

Outfitters / Tours Blue Turns Watersports / Wake Boarding & Water Skiing Lessons & Private Charters / 541.729.6613 Oregon Country Trails Self-Guided Tours / 877.276.8636 Grand Cru Wine Tours / Wine Tours & Designated Drivers 877.987.4668 Sunshine Limo / Wine Tours & Designated Drivers 541.344.5466 Under Way / Sailboat & Canoe Rentals - Must call for reservations/ 541.463.0555 Orchard Point Marina

Information / Resources Fern Ridge Chamber of Commerce / Information 541.935.8443 24949 Hwy 126, Veneta Fishing Licenses / See page 27 Junction City-Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce Information / 541.998.6154 585 Greenwood St, Junction City Wineries / See page 26

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Village Green Resort & Gardens Row River Rd at Interstate 5 interchange Exit 174 An ideal gathering place for family and friends, this affordable and friendly resort lures gardeners from near and far who come to revel in the variety of plants and flowers found here. This unique environment attracts many birds and the people who watch them. 541.942.2491

Territorial Seed Company Store Row River Rd, turn onto Palmer Ave A must-stop for gardeners, Territorial Seed Company has inspired novice and experienced growers with its famous catalog for more than 30 years. See the variety of fruits, vegetables and

Iris Vineyards Palmer Ave The proof is in the bottle, and Iris Vineyards believes that honesty, sincerity, and a true “Oregon Attitude” have led to their award-winning Pinot noir, Pinot gris and Chardonnay. Located near downtown Cottage Grove, it’s the perfect stop to pick up a world-class bottle of wine to enjoy with a picnic lunch at one of the many parks along this route. 541.942.5993

Row River Trail–Mosby Creek Trailhead Layng Rd between milepost 2 & 3 Discover lush farmlands, dense forests, covered bridges and wildlife-rich waterways along this paved, multiuse path that follows the scenic Row River as it passes by Dorena Reservoir and ends at Culp Creek. This tranquil 16-mile (25.7-km) Rails-to-Trails project begins east of downtown Cottage Grove at Mosby Creek Trailhead. There you’ll find ample parking, a park host and restrooms. This gradual and peaceful path makes walking, cycling and horseback riding easy.

Baker Bay Shoreview Dr between milepost 2 & 3 Families fall head over heels for this boisterous, fun-filled campground and day-use area. Open mid-April through mid-October, lakeside campsites are surrounded by water and woods. Rent a floating trampoline and many more water toys at the Baker Bay Café, then spend the day frolicking with family and friends. Day-use fee.

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wedding site, this historical bridge can’t be missed. Built to span Row River in 1949, it no longer accommodates traffic but you can still drive across it to reach a small parking lot on the far side. To get a closer look, walk back over the bridge to view the construction details and craftsmanship that make these long-lasting bridges famous. Option 1: complete the loop around Dorena Reservoir to Harms Park

Harms Park Row River Rd between milepost 7 & 8 If you love quiet, picture-perfect sunsets, Harms Park is the place to be when day turns to night. Curious souls will want to explore the trestle bridge immortalized in the 1986 coming-ofage film “Stand By Me,” a short walk from the park. Visitors can also access the Row River Trail here. Option 2: continue into the foothills of the Cascade Mountains to Oakridge. The road past Trestle Falls is a single lane with pull-outs and only open seasonally. Stay on the completely paved roads. Pick up Forest Service map at the ranger station. See sidebar.

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Brice Creek Trail at Cedar Creek Trailhead Lower Brice Creek Rd between milepost 4 & 5 Spectacular waterfalls and beauty abound at this memorable mountain biking and hiking haven. Begin your exploration at Cedar Creek Trailhead and follow the unpaved wheelchairaccessible trail 0.3 miles (0.48 km) for a view of the diminutive, yet graceful Brice Creek Falls. Multiple access points will beckon you to explore Upper Trestle Creek Falls, a challenging 5.7-mile (9-km) route that traverses a scenic, rocky canyon, old-growth forest and numerous waterfalls. Look for salamanders in the rock-bed pools, and listen for woodland birds along the trail.

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Alton Baker Park Martin Luther King Blvd, turn on to Club Rd, turn onto Day Island Rd Visit Eugene’s largest developed park and you’ll discover more than 400 acres (162 ha) that include paths, landscaped gardens, natural areas and amenities. Home to Cuthbert Amphitheater and many community events, Alton Baker makes a wonderful starting point for a walk, run or ride. Toss a Frisbee, fly a kite or take a relaxing walk along the bridge to view the river. Then, let your dog off the leash to run free and socialize in the designated dog park.

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A birder’s paradise anyone can appreciate. Once a rock quarry, this reclaimed habitat is now a valuable open space in an urban setting. A favorite spot for bird watching, fishing and walking, this 150-acre (60.7-ha) ecosystem includes ponds, channels, uplands and wetlands. During a relaxing walk from Valley River Center, you’ll view migratory birds, Western Pond Turtle and other wildlife. Have a seat on one of the benches to absorb

this unique environment, or simply watch people passing by.

Owen Rose Garden N Jefferson St Stroll through a romantic rose garden with more than 4,500 rose bushes and the nationally recognized Oregon Heritage Cherry Tree. Bring a picnic lunch or a book and lounge on a blanket beside the Willamette River. Peak bloom is May through June, but blossoms can be seen until fall at this highly photographed garden.

Skinner Butte High St to Cheshire Ave Get a 200-foot (61-m) bird’s-eye view atop this prominent hilltop named for the city’s founder, Eugene Skinner. From the riverbank path to the east, hike up a short, steep, switchback trail that leads to the summit for excellent photo opportunities of downtown Eugene. Or skip the hike and drive the winding road to the top. To the west, rock climbers will discover exposed 45-foot (13.72-m) basalt columns. An exceptional training area with boulders and fixed line routes that range from 5.6 to 5.13a, it’s a great place to brush up on your skills before heading to bigger crags.

RiverPlay Discovery Village Playground High St to Cheshire Ave Children can’t get enough of this kidcentric area, brimming with imaginative and active play. Designed to be a much smaller version of the city’s natural and historical attributes, it includes a play replica of Skinner Butte and miniature Willamette River meant for splashing and giggling. Encourage your little ones to dig for fossils in the sand pit and dart under the refreshing rainwater feature. Push them in the swings, or rock them in the stagecoach as you laugh and create lasting memories. Don’t forget the towels!

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Ruth Bascom Riverbank Path Get outdoors, breathe some fresh air, and stretch your legs on an easy walk, run or bike ride along the Willamette River. Named after former Eugene mayor and cycling advocate Ruth Bascom, this 12-mile (19.3-km) riverbank path system connects all of Eugene’s riverfront parks, including Alton Baker, Skinner Butte and Owen Rose Garden. Accessible and wellmarked, these urban paths provide that escape-from-it-all feeling without leaving the city. Gaze upon the ebbing and flowing river, beautiful trees and abundant wildlife as you unwind. Along the pathway are kiosks with large maps making the system easy to navigate. The path, itself, has quartermile markers for those who want to track their distance.

Island Park Mill St, turn west on B St; Springfield Boasting 14 acres (5.67 ha) to explore, this park is a great place to reenergize after a fun-filled day. Let your kids enjoy the playground while you fish on the banks of the Willamette River, explore the walking trails, or just relax with a picnic lunch. A perfect stop to rest your legs, or to spend an enjoyable day with family and friends.

Pre’s Trail Parking at Alton Baker Park Experience the rewards of running on 4.84 miles (7.8 km) of bark-covered paths where world champions have trained. Dedicated to the legendary University of Oregon distance runner Steve Prefontaine, who brought the idea of bark running trails home after competing in Europe, these soft paths feel more rural than urban. Find your stride as you run alongside the canoe canal, under trees and through meadows. Take it slow, or challenge yourself to an invigorating run.

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The Caddis Fly Angling Shop Fishing Supplies / 541.342.7005 168 W 6th Ave, Eugene Center for Appropriate Transport / Bicycle Rentals 541.344.1197 455 W 1st Ave, Eugene Hutch’s Bicycle Store / Bicycle Rentals / 541.345.7521 960 Charnelton St, Eugene Paul’s Bicycle Way of Life Bicycle Rentals /541.344.4150 234 W 6th Ave, Eugene

Eugene, Cascades & Coast Adventure Center / Information 541.484.5307 3312 Gateway St, Springfield Downtown Visitor Center Information / 541.484.5307 754 Olive St, Eugene City of Eugene Parks & Open Space Division / Information & maps / 541.682.4800 1820 Roosevelt Blvd, Eugene Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce / Information 541.484.1314 1401 Willamette St, Eugene Springfield Chamber of Commerce / Information 541.746.1651 101 S A St, Springfield

Museums The Science Factory Children’s Museum & Exploration Dome Museum / 541.682.7888 2300 Leo Harris Pkwy, Eugene University of Oregon Hall of Champions & Hall of Fame Museum / 541.346.4481 2727 Leo Harris Pkwy, Eugene (in the Len Casanova Athletic Center at Autzen Stadium)

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UGLQJ UHDO Spencer Butte Willamette St between milepost 5 & 6 Set out on an energizing 1-mile (1.6km) hike to the top of Spencer Butte (2,062 feet/228 m) for great views. The main route is a moderate to difficult climb through old-growth Douglas fir that leads to a rocky outcropping. At the summit, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be rewarded with a dramatic panoramic look at Eugene and surrounding farms, waterways and mountain peaks. If this rejuvenating hike leaves you wanting more, continue along the Ridgeline Trail.

Cascades Raptor Center Fox Hollow Rd between milepost 8 & 9

Get up close and personal with real live raptors! After being rescued and nursed back to health, these majestic birds are released into the wild or kept safe at this quiet, wooded refuge. Permanent residents include eagles, Osprey, falcons, owls and more. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s conveniently located at the Ridgeline Trail midpoint across from the Fox Hollow trailhead. A special place for children, animal lovers and photographers. Admission fee. 541.485.1320

Ridgeline Trail Fox Hollow Rd between milepost 8 & 9 - across from Cascades Raptor Center For a superb trail run near city center, look no further. Whether you hike or run, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll enjoy lush forests and sweeping views of the Coburg Hills, Cascade Mountains, Coast Range and Eugene. From towering old-growth

came from Dorris Ranch nursery stock. Explore row upon row of these twisted trees. A short walk takes you to the banks of the Willamette River. At the center of the ranch, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find an Oregon white oak savanna thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home to more than 200 wildlife species.

enjoy wide, open spaces with limited shade. Start your journey at Meadowlark Prairie Overlook on Greenhill Road; this established path connects cyclists to some of the best low-traffic, country roads for longer rides.

Hendricks Park Summit Ave & Skyline Blvd Blooming with more than 6,000 types of rhododendrons and other ornamental plants, this world-renowned garden peaks in April and May. A wonderfully relaxing place to visit year round, stroll among 200-year-old Douglas fir trees, native ferns and wildflowers without ever leaving the city. Laced with trails, this park is the oldest in Eugene and a haven for walkers, runners, birders and those who cherish the tranquility of nature.

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Splash! at Lively Park Amazon Park and Pool Hilyard St between 24th & 26th Ave This welcoming park invites you to spend the day. Walk or run along paved or bark mulch paths. Connect with your child at the playground. Watch local talent perform at the skatepark. Find unfettered fun for your furry friend at the dog park. Splash in the pool and ride the waterslide during the summer until Labor Day. With its open prairie and restored wetlands, this natural setting, complete with urban park amenities, is a great place to unwind and leave your stresses behind. 541.682.5373

Mount Pisgah and Howard Buford Recreation Area Seavey Loop Rd, turn onto Frank Parrish Rd Hike the moderate to difficult 1.4 miles (2.25 km) to the summit for inspirational views. Those seeking an easier but equally interesting experience will enjoy Mount Pisgah Arboretum, which serves as a living tree museum with riverside trails, a water garden, bright wildflower meadows, oak savannas and quiet paths through evergreen forests. Set on the Coast Fork of the Willamette River, this volcanic butte is popular with hikers, birders, equestrians and nature lovers. Day-use fee.

Dorris Ranch S 2nd & Dorris St As the first commercial filbert orchard in the United States and Oregonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s oldest working filbert farm, the roots at Dorris Ranch run deep. Commonly called hazelnuts, more than half of all the commercial filberts in the U.S.

University of Oregon Agate St between Franklin Blvd and 18th Ave Visit the University of Oregon campus and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll discover more than 3,000 trees! This amazing arboretum draws onlookers from near and far. More than 500 species set the stage for a great self-guided walking tour. For the real scoop, join an organized campus tour. Must-stops include: Deady Hall, the oldest building on campus, built in 1877; Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art; UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History; and Hayward Field, the heart of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Track Town, U.S.A.â&#x20AC;? See sidebar.

Fern Ridge Path Greenhill Rd between milepost 2 & 3 Experience Willamette Valley native wet prairie as you walk or bike along 7 miles (11 km) of paved, off-street pathways. Curious explorers will see, hear and learn more about this wildlife-rich environment at overlooks and interpretive panels. Encompassing more than 3,000 acres (1,214 ha), the wetlands draw walkers, joggers and cyclists who

Take a ride down a twisty waterslide, ride the waves, swim laps, play water basketball, relax in the spa, splash in the kiddie pool and lounge on the sun deck. A fun place to let go and be silly, this action-packed indoor water park also features an outdoor playground, dog park and two large picnic shelters. Admission fee for pool. 541.747.WAVE

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Clearwater Park 42nd St, left on Jasper Rd, onto Clearwater Ln Conveniently located close to downtown Springfield, this park is a familyfun water oasis. Go for a refreshing swim, slip your boat into the launch, or fish in this newly renovated spot, part of the Springfield Mill Race Restoration Project. Step out or pedal onto the new 2.5-mile (4.02-km) paved Middle Fork Path (opening in 2011). A great stop to stretch your legs, or to spend an easy-paced, fun day.

Jasper State Recreation Site Jasper-Lowell Rd at milepost 16 Tune into the sights and sounds of Osprey and Great Blue Heron and various songbirds that nest along the Willamette River. Frolic in large grassy areas and reconnect with family and friends on the playground, volleyball court or ball fields from May to September. Upstream from the main park, meander along peaceful walking trails that offer easy access to a riverbank shaded by giant cottonwood and maple trees. Toss out a line, kick back and unwind.

Unity Covered Bridge Jasper-Lowell Rd between milepost 36 & 37 When steel was in short supply after WWI, wooden covered bridges were built on a large scale. Constructed in 1936 and rebuilt in 1994, the 90-foot (27.4-m) bridge that spans Fall Creek is one of 20 that still remain in Lane County. Take in a little piece of history and healthy dose of relaxation or exercise as you explore this and three other historical covered bridges â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Pengra, Lowell and Parvin â&#x20AC;&#x201C; on a cycling tour or scenic drive.

Fall Creek State Recreation Area Jasper-Lowell Rd between milepost 37 & 38, left on Big Fall Creek Rd Discover abundant outdoor opportunities at this secluded reservoir, surrounded by 22 miles (35.4 km) of forested shoreline. Boat, swim, fish or head up Fall Creek Road for a peaceful hike through towering trees along Fall Creek National Recreation Trail. Camp at one of many developed, lively campgrounds, or choose a quiet, wooded spot along crystal clear Fall Creek. In the winter, whitewater kayakers will find spine tingling, class II-V fun on Winberry Creek. Visit the North Shore day-use area year-round, or other areas May - September. Relax and reenergize at this vibrant place. Dayuse fees at Winberry Creek.

Lowell Covered Bridge Interpretive Center Jasper-Lowell Rd between milepost 39 & 40, left on North Shore Dr, right on Pioneer St Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with all the covered bridges? A must-see for curious travelers, featuring in-depth displays depicting the history, engineering, statistics and locations of covered bridges throughout the state. Here, visitors will also find picnic tables and wheelchair-accessible fishing spots. A fascinating place: see fish swim beneath the bridge, watch collegiate rowing teams or thrill to drag boat races on Dexter Lake.

Dexter State Recreation Site Hwy 58 between milepost 11 & 12 Join the many local saucer tossers who visit this lakeside park for a challenging and spirited game of disc golf on a pro-level, 18-hole course carved through the woodlands. This lake also beckons boaters, water-skiers and

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Elijah Bristow State Park Hwy 58 between milepost 9 & 10, turn onto Wheeler Rd

Named after one of the first pioneer settlers in the area, this park is flanked by the Willamette River and within close proximity to Eugene-Springfield. Its diverse community of plants and wildlife nurtures several threatened species. Unexpected encounters with resident Western Pond Turtles, Great Blue Heron and the occasional Bald Eagle create lasting memories. With more than 10 miles (16 km) of trails

for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something for every interest. With its separate staging area, Bristow is a favorite destination of local equestrian clubs. A quick place to get away, play and reconnect with nature and each other.

Garden Lake Park Hwy 58 between milepost 2 & 3, turn onto Cloverdale Rd at milepost 14, turn onto Melton Rd Known by locals as simply â&#x20AC;&#x153;the fishing pond,â&#x20AC;? youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll experience moments of tranquility at this centrally located, 34-acre (14-ha) park. Kick back on the dock, keeping watch for Osprey, Bald Eagle, Great Blue Heron, beavers and turtles. Follow signage along the trails to discover more plants and wildlife, but watch for poison oak. Learn about the history of the area and ongoing ecological and restoration efforts through interpretative signs in the solar-powered shelter.

Additional Activities Emerald Valley Golf Club / 541.895.2174 / 83301 Dale Kuni, Creswell Lowell State Recreation Site / 541.937.1173 / 850 North Shore Dr, Lowell

Information / Resources Chevron / On The Way Market & Deli / Disc Golf Retailer / 541.747.8238 / 38299 Hwy 58, Dexter City of Lowell / Information / 541.937.2157 / 107 E 3rd St, Lowell Creswell Chamber of Commerce / Information / 541.895.5161 99 S 1st St, Creswell Permits & Licenses / See page 27

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Black Canyon Campground Hwy 58 between milepost 27 & 28 Camp under towering trees on a beautiful bend of the Middle Fork of the Willamette River. Launch your boat year-round or fish from gravel beaches. Catnap in the shade and picnic along the water’s edge, then explore a lush nature trail nearby. Wheelchair accessible campsites available. Day-use fee.

Greenwaters Park Hwy 58 at milepost 36 This park offers exquisite views of the clear, green Willamette River. Picnic on a large rock overlooking the water, then gather the kids for an easy hike along a soft, gentle path that follows the river. Open dawn to dusk, you may even catch a summer concert at the amphitheater!

Guides / Rentals Oregon Adventures / Mtn. Bike Guides & Shuttles / 541.968.5397 Willamette Mountain Mercantile / Mtn. Biking Rentals 541.782.1800 / 48080 Hwy 58, Oakridge

Information / Resources Chamber Kiosk at Greenwaters Rest Area / Information / 541.782.4146 / 48284 Hwy 58, Oakridge Middle Fork Ranger Station Information / 541.782.2283 46375 Hwy 58, Westfir Sno-Park Permits / See page 27

Willamette Fish Hatchery Hwy 58 at milepost 37, turn onto Fish Hatchery Rd Featuring Trout, Salmon, Sturgeon and upland game birds, this fascinating interpretive center, museum and nature trail provide an up-close look at the Salmon life cycle. Hatched in freshwater, Chinook salmon live for two years in the ocean before returning to spawn in their freshwater home. A unique round of miniature golf will test how much you’ve learned. The hatchery is open year-round, 8 a.m. to dusk. 541.782.2933

Hills Creek Reservoir Hwy 58 at milepost 37, turn onto Hills Creek Rd (USFS Rd 21) An epic dream come true for mountain bikers and hikers, Middle Fork Trail consists of 95% singletrack. Commit to a 27-mile (43.5-km) ramble, or pick a section for a short jaunt. At the reservoir or Larison Cove Canoe Area, hop in your boat and breathe the fresh air as you paddle around. Swim, fish and pitch a tent under a star-studded sky, then spend another day exploring this fun and relaxing getaway.

Salt Creek Falls Hwy 58 at milepost 57 Oregon’s second highest waterfall will take your breath away. For those in wheelchairs, the viewing platform has specially designed rails. Get a closer look by hiking to its base, then extend your adventure with a 3.4-mile (5.5km) loop to Upper Diamond Creek Falls. During winter, strap on snowshoes or cross-country skis and set out on a peaceful, 1-mile (1.6-km), round-trip trek to see the falls in their snowy splendor. At the adjacent Sno-Park, spend a fun-filled day sledding or snow tubing. Day-use fee. Sno-Park permit required in winter.

Waldo Lake Hwy 58 at milepost 59 Scooped out by ancient glaciers, Waldo Lake is one of the purest on the planet. On a clear day, you can see up to 120 feet (36.6m) below the surface. Take a refreshing plunge, or paddle around the lake in your non-motorized boat. With more than 150 miles (241.4 km) of trails, including a 21-mile (33.8-km) loop, hikers and mountain bikers call this place paradise. During winter, take in views of Waldo Lake and surrounding snow-covered peaks via cross-country ski and snowmobile trails at a Sno-Park less than a mile from the highway. Check with the Middle Fork Ranger District for boating restrictions. Day-use fees. Sno-Park permit required in winter.

Gold Lake Hwy 58 at milepost 61; turn onto USFS Rd 5897 Enjoy winter in the woods as you snowshoe or cross-country ski snowblanketed trails, ideal for every skill level. Begin your adventure at Gold Lake Sno-Park on the south side of the highway. After a day of play, you’ll find warmth and/or overnight protection at a cozy, three-sided shelter stocked with firewood, open to everyone. Or visit

Willamette Pass Ski Area Hwy 58 between milepost 62 & 63 This thrill-a-minute ski area feels like big mountain terrain in a small mountain atmosphere. It’s all here: snowboarding, skiing – even groomed Nordic track. The perfect place to laugh and play with family and friends. Lift ticket and tubing fees. 541.345.SNOW

Oregon Skyway at Willamette Pass Hwy 58 between milepost 62 & 63 On summer weekends, opt for a comfortable ride up the mountain via the Oregon Skyway gondola. At the top, take in views of several Cascade lakes and volcanoes. Wheelchair accessible, the gondola will take you back to where you began, or drop you at the top so you can play disc golf on one of the most scenic 18 holes in Oregon. Hike back down, or take your bike up and experience the exhilaration of downhill mountain biking. Gondola lift fees. 541.345.7669

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Gold Lake Sno-Park’s Warming Hut/ Backcountry Patrol Cabin throughout the day. In summer, fly-fish for Rainbow and Brook Trout, sniff wildflowers, or munch on huckleberries. Fly-fishing only; motorized boats prohibited. SnoPark permit required in winter.

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As the longest covered bridge in the state, Office Bridge marks the start of the West Cascades National Scenic Byway. Learn about this area’s rich logging history at a well-maintained interpretive area, or explore the nearby trails (North Fork Trail #3666 and others). If you come late August, bring a bucket and gather ripe, juicy blackberries at the trailhead.

Alpine Trail USFS Road 19 at milepost 3 Get a rush of adrenaline on one of the most popular mountain biking trails in the area. Alpine Trail #3450 is smooth, fast and offers breathtaking views of Diamond Peak and the Three Sisters. Pick a section, or set out on an epic 16-mile (26-km) ride on hard pack, dirt, singletrack. Watch for poison oak along this old-growth forest trail. A local shuttle and guide service can drop you at the top for an exhilarating downhill trek. 541.968.5397

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Huckleberry Flats USFS Road 19 at milepost 14 (gravel road) With its well-marked, one-way, offhighway vehicle (OHV) trail system, Huckleberry Flats combines America’s

Kiahanie Campground USFS Road 19 between milepost 19 & 20 A superb base camp, this secluded campground is nestled in old-growth forest. Situated alongside the Wild and Scenic section of the North Fork of the Middle Fork of the Willamette River, this picturesque place is an ideal spot to test your fly-fishing skills. The North Fork is not stocked; only smart, crafty, native fish swim here! Open May through September, the campground can accommodate up to 24-foot (7.3-m) RVs.

Constitution Grove USFS Road 19 at milepost 27 Immerse yourself in nature as you explore this 0.5-mile (0.8-km) interpretive trail that meanders through an old-growth grove. These 200-yearold trees were just seedlings when our country’s founding fathers drafted the United States Constitution; several are marked with plaques honoring the signees. From Constitution Grove Trail #3675, ambitious explorers can connect to several other trails, including North Fork Trail #3666 along the North Fork of the Middle Fork of the Willamette River.

Erma Bell Lakes Trail USFS Road 19 at milepost 35 (gravel road) This easy, 4-mile (6.4-km), round-trip hike into the awe-inspiring Three Sisters Wilderness goes from Skookum Creek Campground to Erma Bell Lakes. Also a popular horseback riding path, Trail #3563 is shaded by a canopy of

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love of motor vehicles with its love of the outdoors. To make your time here enjoyable, learn the laws governing OHV use on public lands, as well as etiquette for riding (See page 26). Open April through October, weather dependent, it’s closed to bicycles, horses and hikers. Follow the signs 4 miles (6.44 km) on USFS Road 1928. OHV permit required; day-use only. For more information, contact the Middle Fork Ranger District.

Douglas fir trees. The first 1.5 miles (2.4 km) is maintained for wheelchair users, but is unpaved and can be challenging. Accessible July through October, weather dependent, the trailhead is 4 miles (6.4 km) from the highway on Skookum Creek, USFS Road 1957. A wilderness permit is required, available at the trailhead. Day-use fee.

Delta Old-Growth Nature Trail and Campground USFS Road 19 between milepost 57 & Hwy 126 Tune your ears and open your eyes to experience the woods. Unpaved, flat and wheelchair accessible, Delta Old-Growth Nature Trail #3317 winds along the delta where the South Fork of the McKenzie River meets its main branch. Perfect for all ages and abilities, this year-round 0.5-mile (0.8-km) trail includes giant Douglas firs and Western red cedars, some over 180 feet (55 m) tall. Campground open April/May through mid-October. Dayuse fee.

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Historic Box Canyon Guard Station USFS Road 19 between milepost 35 & 36 Built in the 1930s, historic Box Canyon Guard Station makes an ideal midpoint stop. Explore its small, adjacent meadow dotted with willow and alder thickets that serve as habitat for Great Gray Owls. On the west side of the highway, look for a developed horse camp with corrals and access to trails for an easy-paced escape into the Chucksney Roadless Area. Cabin available to rent mid-June through October, depending on snow.

Terwilliger Hot Springs at Cougar Reservoir USFS Road 19 between milepost 50 & 51 Ease into one of the cascading soaking pools for a warm, mineral rich soak that will soothe both your body and mind. This clothing-optional oasis is touched by beautiful rays of tree-filtered light. It’s an easy 0.25-mile (0.4-km) walk to the pools. Stop to gaze upon Rider Creek waterfall as it spills into the bluegreen lagoon below. In summer, cool off at nearby Cougar Reservoir. Dayuse fee.

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Information / Resources Middle Fork Ranger District Office / Information 541.782.2283 46375 Hwy 58, Westfir McKenzie River Ranger District Office / Information 541.822.3381 57600 McKenzie Hwy, McKenzie Bridge

Guides / Rentals McKenzie River Mountain Resort / Mtn. Bike Rentals & Shuttle Service / 541.822.6272 Blue River Oregon Adventures / Mtn. Biking Guide & Shuttle Service 541.968.5397 / Oakridge Willamette Mountain Mercantile / Mtn. Bike Rentals 541.782.1800 48080 Hwy 58, Oakridge

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Tokatee Golf Club Hwy 126 between milepost 47 & 48 An incredible mix of postcard vistas and spectacular golf, this 18-hole course and driving range offers an inspiring view of the snowcapped Three Sisters Mountains, native ponds and calming streams. Tokatee, a Chinook word meaning “a place of restful beauty,” welcomes golfers of all levels and is consistently ranked one of the “Best Courses in Oregon” by Golf Digest. Open February to mid-November, weather dependent. 541.822.3220

White Water Rafting & Fishing Whitewater adventurers and anglers adore the stunning beauty of the McKenzie River. Divided into three sections, only the most advanced paddlers attempt the uppermost, Class III waters. By far the most popular, the middle section features fun-for-all Class II waters and Marten Rapids, with its splash-and-giggle Class III waves. Join an exhilarating rafting trip, or contact an experienced guide for a memorable fishing tour in a famed McKenzie River drift boat. Crystal clear waters and boulder fields make for excellent trout fishing along this river.

QRXULVK Triangle 5 Ranch Hwy 126 between milepost 15 & 16 Located just 15 miles (24 km) east of Eugene, enjoy horseback riding on scenic trails in the foothills of the beautiful McKenzie River Valley. Watch for the local wildlife, including deer, hawks and an occasional Bald Eagle. 541.747.7039

Leaburg Lake Recreation Area Hwy 126 between milepost 23 & 24 Slip your boat into Leaburg Lake’s glassy waters or spend the afternoon at Lloyd Knox Water Park, an uncrowded area that features volleyball nets, softball fields, a horseshoe pit and a wheelchair-accessible fishing dock, all in one place. Get a sense of place and local history through an interactive video display. A great pit stop, or an enjoyable, day-long family outing. Visit the hatchery’s showpond of Sturgeon, Steelhead and Chinook Salmon. Curious minds will also enjoy a self-guided tour of the fish ladder and spawning room at the McKenzie River Fish Hatchery located 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Leaburg on Hwy 126.

McKenzie River National Recreation Trail Hwy 126 between milepost 51 & 52 A hiker’s or mountain biker’s dream, this 26-mile (41.8-km) easy to moderate trail meanders along the beautiful McKenzie River and its many tributaries. The lower sections pass through 600-year-old Douglas fir forests and are considered beginner-friendly for bikers, while the upper, more challenging sections showcase thundering waterfalls and rugged lava flows. Follow your curiosity instead of your schedule as you explore this wilderness trail, known by locals as the MRT. Multiple trailheads are clearly marked along the highway. Option 1: continue on Hwy 126 to Hwy 20

Belknap Hot Springs, Lodge & Gardens Hwy 126 between milepost 18 & 19 - mileposts change at the Hwy 126 & Hwy 242 junction Unplug and relax at one of Oregon’s hidden jewels. This riverside lodge and hot springs features acres of peaceful, beautifully tended gardens. Soak in the mineral-rich hot springs pool, open to the public for an hourly or daily fee. Explore the Secret Garden and have a picnic in the shade. After a long day of cross-country skiing or mountain

biking, this tranquil place is an ideal setting to unwind. 541.822.3512

Sahalie & Koosah Falls Hwy 126 between milepost 5 & 6 Reenergize at Sahalie Falls and Koosah Falls, two breathtaking waterfalls created 3,000 years ago when thick lava flows converged on the McKenzie River. Awaken your senses with an invigorating short hike along an old-growth 3-mile (4.83-km) loop trail that connects the two falls and follows the cascading, glacier-fed waters of the river. Inquisitive travelers can learn more through interpretive panels at observation points. Sahalie Falls viewpoint is wheelchair accessible. Open May to November, weather dependent.

Hoodoo Recreation & Ski Area Hwy 126 /20 at milepost 80

Ski, snowboard, or snowbike; rentals and lessons available during ski season, typically late-November through March. Laugh until you cry as you scream down the 800-foot (243.8-m), thrill-a-minute Autobahn snow tubing hill. Lift fees. No Sno-Park permit required. 541.822.3799 Option 2: turn on Hwy 242 to Hwy 20

Old McKenzie Highway 242 Hwy 126 between milepost 54 & 19 - mileposts change at the Hwy 126 & Hwy 242 junction Some of Oregon’s most dramatic views appear along this narrow, winding road, open approximately mid-June to midNovember, depending on snowfall. To complete this driving loop, turn west onto Hwy 20 at the town of Sisters and continue to the McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass Scenic Byway. Highway 242 is closed to single or combined vehicles longer than 35 feet (107m).

Proxy Falls Hwy 242 between milepost 64 & 65 Traverse volcanic lava fields and me-

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ander through dense forest on Proxy Falls Loop Trail. Located in the Three Sisters Wilderness, this family-friendly 1.25-mile (2-km) hike passes two waterfalls. A true sense of deep-forest solitude and mountain beauty is found at this natural jewel. Day-use fee.

Dee Wright Observatory Hwy 242 between milepost 77 & 78 A favorite attraction of visitors since its completion in 1935, this historic observatory sits at the summit of McKenzie Pass at an elevation of 5,187 feet (1,581 m). Peek out of the lava rock windows to view the Cascade Mountains, and use the bronze “peak finder” at the top to help you identify them. From the top of the structure, take in breathtaking panoramic views of 11 mountain tops.

Outfitters / Guides A. Helfrich Outfitter / Rafting & Fishing Guides / 800.328.7688 or 541.726.5039 The Caddis Fly Angling Shop Fishing Guides / 541.342.7005 168 W 6th Ave, Eugene High Country Expeditions Rafting & Fishing Guides 888.461.7238 or 541.822.8288 At Belknap Hot Springs, Lodge & Gardens McKenzie River Mountain Resort / Mountain Bike Rentals & Shuttles/ 541.822.6272 51668 Blue River Dr, Blue River Oregon Whitewater Adventures / Rafting Guides 800.820.RAFT or 541.746.5422 Western Rivers Guide Service Fishing Guides / 541.726.5112

Information / Resources Harbick’s Country Store Permits & Life Jacket Lending 541.822.3575 MP 47.5 Hwy 126, Blue River McKenzie River Ranger District / Information 541.822.3381 57600 McKenzie Hwy, McKenzie Bridge Vida Market / Permits & Life Jacket Lending / 541.896.3261 45602 Hwy 126 E, Vida

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Local Events

Horse Supplies

Fishing & Rafting Guides

Golf Courses

There’s always something exciting happening in the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region. From the exhilarating Mountain Bike Oregon weekends in July and August to the official state Whale Watch Week in March and December. There are regularly scheduled Audubonguided bird walks at Fern Ridge Wildlife Area. Explore our robust event calendar at TravelLaneCounty.org/calendar, stop into the Adventure Center, or call us at 800.547.5445 for the highlights. Ongoing: • Eugene Saturday Market (AprilNovember) • Eugene Running Company and Nike Store weekly group runs • Greater Eugene Area Riders (GEARs) weekly cycling trips • Lane Audubon-guided third Saturday bird walks • Obsidians group hikes • Regular road races of varying distance and difficulty Annual: • McKenzie River Wooden Boat Festival (April) • Fern Ridge Wings & Wine Festival (May) • Eugene Marathon (May) • Prefontaine Classic (June) • Butte to Butte, 10k run/4.5 mile walk (July) • Oregon Country Fair (July) • Junction City Scandinavian Festival (August) • Oregon Covered Bridge Festival (August) • Where’s Waldo 100K Ultramarathon (August) • Fiesta Latina (September) • Chowder, Blues and Brews (October)

Coastal Farm Supply 2200 W 6th Ave, Eugene 541. 687.5810 www.coastalfarm.com Wilco Farm Stores 1401 21st St, Springfield 541.726.0950 www.wilco.coop

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A. Helfrich Outfitter (Fishing & rafting guides) 541.726.5039 www.mckenzierafting.com The Caddis Fly Angling Shop (Fishing guides & gear) 168 W 6th Ave, Eugene 541.342.7005 www.thecaddisfly.com

Emerald Valley Golf Club 83301 Dale Kuni Rd, Creswell 541.895.2174 www.emeraldvalleygolf.com Fiddler’s Green Golf Center 91292 Hwy 99 N, Eugene 541.689.8464 www.fiddlersgreen.com

Eugene Running Company (Group runs, retail) 116 Oakway Center, Eugene 541.344.6399| www.eugenerunningcompany.com

High Country Expeditions (Rafting & fishing guides) 59296 Belknap Springs Rd, McKenzie Bridge 541.822.8288 www.highcountryexpeditions.com

Nike Store (Group runs, retail) 135 Oakway Rd, Eugene 541.686.3141 www.nike.com

McKenzie River Guides Association (Fishing & rafting guides) 541.896.3817 www.mckenzieguides.com

Skiing & Boarding Shops

Oregon Whitewater Adventures (Rafting guides) 541.746.5422 www.oregonwhitewater.com

Ocean Dunes Golf Links 3345 Munsel Lake Rd, Florence 541.997.3232 www.oceandunesgolf.com

Western Rivers Guide Service (Fishing guides) 541.726.5112

Sandpines Golf Links 1201 35th St, Florence (541) 997-1940 www.sandpines.com

Berg’s Ski & Snowboard Shop (Rentals, retail & transportation) 367 W 13th Ave, Eugene 541.683.1300 www.bergsskishop.com Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI) (Cross-country ski rentals, retail) 306 Lawrence St, Eugene 541.465.1800 www.rei.com

Hiking Obsidians (Group hikes) www.obsidians.org

Tactics Boardshop (Rentals, retail) 375 W 4th Ave, Eugene 541.349.0087 www.tactics.com

Sports: • Cottage Grove Speedway • Eugene Emeralds Baseball Club • Eugene Generals (hockey) • University of Oregon

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Diamond Woods Golf Course 96040 Territorial Rd, Monroe 541.998.9707 www.diamondwoods.com

These listings are not inclusive. Additional services are available within the communities.

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Laurelwood Golf Course 2700 Columbia St, Eugene 541.484.4653 www.golflaurelwood.com Middlefield Golf Course 91 Village Dr, Cottage Grove 541.942.8730 www.middlefieldgolf.com

Tokatee Golf Club 54947 McKenzie Hwy, Blue River 541.822.3220 www.tokatee.com


CYCLING Cycling Throughout the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region lies a landscape of low-traffic country roads for miles of cycling. At our Adventure Center, you’ll discover Greater Eugene Area Riders’ (GEARs) extensive database of cue sheets and a calendar of group rides. You can also pick up free and for-sale riding maps. Visit TravelLaneCounty.org/ride for more resources. Center for Appropriate Transport (CAT) (Bike Rentals) 455 W 1st Ave, Eugene 541.344.1197 www.catoregon.org

WINERIES Rides & Events Road: • Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway • Aufderheide Scenic Byway • Blackberry bRamble (August) Singletrack: • Alpine Trail • McKenzie River National Recreation Trail • Mountain Bike Oregon (July and August) • Fat55 Oakridge Mountain Bike Marathon (September)

Wineries, Vineyards & Shops Benton-Lane Winery 23924 Territorial Hwy, Monroe 541.847.5792 www.benton-lane.com Domaine Meriwether Winery 88324 Vineyard Ln, Veneta 541.935.9711 www.meriwetherwines.com Iris Vineyards 195 Palmer Ave, Cottage Grove 541.942.5993 www.irisvineyards.com King Estate 80854 Territorial Rd, Eugene 541.942.9874 www.kingestate.com

GEARs Cycling Club (Cycling rides & routes) 541.484-9398 www.eugenegears.org

LaVelle Vineyards 89697 Sheffler Rd, Elmira 541.935.9406 www.lavelle-vineyards.com

Hutch’s Bicycle Store (Bike Rentals) 960 Charnelton St, Eugene 541.345.7521 www.hutchsbicycleseugene. wordpress.com

Pfeiffer Winery 25040 Jaeg Rd, Junction City 541.998.2828 www.pfeiffervineyards.com

McKenzie River Mountain Resort (Mtn. Bike Rentals & Shuttle Service) Blue River / 541.822.6272 www.rivermountainresort.com Oregon Adventures (Mtn. Biking Guide & Shuttle Service) Oakridge / 541.968.5397 www.oregon-adventures.com

Silvan Ridge Winery 27012 Briggs Hill Rd, Eugene 541.345.1945 www.silvanridge.com South Willamette Wineries Association www.southwillamettewineries.com Sundance Wine Cellars 2441 Hilyard St, Eugene 541.687.9463 www.orwines.com Sweet Cheeks Winery 27007 Briggs Hill Rd, Eugene 541.349.9463 www.sweetcheekswinery.com Territorial Vineyards & Wine Company 907 W 3rd Ave, Eugene 541.684.9463 www.territorialvineyards.com

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Eugene Pedicab (Bike Taxi & Tours) 541.206.9949 www.eugenepedicab.com

Saginaw Vineyard 80247 Delight Valley School Rd, Cottage Grove 541.942.1364 www.saginawvineyard.com

Paul’s Bicycle Way of Life (Bike Rentals, retail) 234 W 6th Ave, Eugene 541.344.4150 www.bicycleway.com Willamette Mountain Mercantile (Mtn. Bike Rentals) 48080 Hwy 58, Oakridge 541.782.1800 www.mtnmercantile.blogspot.com

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BIRDWATCHING

RULES & REGULATIONS

Birding Trails

Leave No Trace

Rules & Regulations

Our beautiful public lands offer endless opportunities for incredible recreation but they are fragile, so please respect this delicate balance for the sake of the land, wildlife and our fellow adventurers. Leave No Trace (LNT) is a nationally recognized educational program to lessen the effects people have on our public lands. • Plan ahead and prepare • Travel and camp on durable surfaces • Dispose of waste properly • Leave what you find • Respect wildlife • Be considerate of other visitors • Minimize campfire impacts Practicing LNT is everyone’s responsibility. Take only photographs, leave only footprints. For more information, visit www.LNT.org

For direct links to specific government rules and regulations, go to www.TravelLaneCounty.org/ adventure-guide

Oregon Coast Birding Trail www.oregoncoastbirding.com Oregon Cascades Birding Trail www.oregonbirdingtrails.com/ cascades.htm Willamalane Birding Trail www.willamalane.org/pages/birding

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Willamette Valley Birding Trail www.willamettebirding.com

Wilderness Adventures Oregon’s wild backcountry and mountain territories offer many opportunities to experience Congressionally-designated Wilderness. Nearby, Diamond Peak and the North, Middle and South Sisters lie within these areas. Permits may be required, so check with a ranger district office for regulations and conditions. Anything motorized or mechanized – motorcycles, bicycles, power equipment, etc. – is not allowed in Wilderness areas, nor is gathering of plants, trees or rocks.

Help Stop Invasive (Unwanted) Species Cars, boats, boots and stock all have the potential to inadvertently bring weeds, seeds and living creatures onto public lands. The invasion of these unwanted species impacts us all. You can help protect the natural environment in several simple ways: • Clean your footwear and outdoor gear of mud and seeds • Never launch a dirty boat; wash your boat at home or at a car wash • Use weed-free feed for livestock, including for several days in advance of your trip

OHVs: Oregon law stipulates that all riders ages 30 and under need to pass an online Rider Safety Class. In 2011, this age bracket expands to include those 40 and younger. Go to www.rideatvoregon.org to take the class. To rent an ATV on the Oregon Coast, Sand Dunes Frontier will provide you with a temporary permit after completing a safety class. If you are under 18, the law requires a helmet. Hunting: For information, call the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife at 800.720.ODFW (6339). You can also find information online at www.dfw.state.or.us Fishing: Both residents and visitors need a license. For information, call 800.720.ODFW (6339), or go to www.dfw.state.or.us Boating: Boaters over age 12 must have a lifejacket on board, those 12 and under must wear a lifejacket at all times. New in 2010, all users of non-motorized boats 10 feet (3 m) and longer must have an Aquatic Invasive Species permit. To obtain a license, call the Oregon State Marine Board at 503.378.8587, or go to www.boatoregon.com Hiking: Free self-issued permits are required for almost all USFS hiking trails, obtainable at the trailheads. Parking fees may apply. At Obsidian trailhead, hikers must get a limited entry area permit; call the McKenzie River Ranger Station at 541.822.3381 to inquire. Day-Use Areas: The USFS, Oregon State Parks and Lane County Parks all charge small day-use fees for parking. Find information links to agency websites at TravelLaneCounty.org/permits.

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Snowshoeing/Cross-Country Skiing: You must display a valid Sno-Park permit in the windshield of your vehicle when parking in designated winter recreation areas (Sno-Parks) between Nov. 1 and April 30. Sno-Parks can be found in most recognized snow play areas. Daily, three-day and annual permits are sold at all Oregon DMV offices, Adventure Center and by many resorts, sporting goods stores, and other retailers. Go to www.oregon. gov/ODOT for a Sno-Park map. Snowmobiling: Non-residents who snowmobile in Oregon must obtain a $7 permit from the Oregon DMV. Oregon residents must register their vehicle with the DMV. Go to www. oregon.gov/ODOT/DMV for more information. Cell Phone Law: Oregon prohibits all drivers from using a mobile communication device while operating a motor vehicle; except a person 18 years of age or older who is using a hands-free accessory. Helmet Laws: Bicyclists and passengers under age 16 must wear bicycle helmets labeled ANSI and/or Snell approved when riding in public places (streets, roads, sidewalks, parks, etc.) Anyone riding on a motorcycle is required by law to wear a safety helmet. Life Jacket Program: McKenzie Fire & Rescue and McKenzie River Guides Association sponsor the Life Jacket Lending Program. Life jackets in all sizes are available at several locations along the McKenzie River and loaned on an honor system. Please return them when you are finished, so others can use them too.


RESOURCES Public Lands Resources

Permits/Licenses

Army Corps of Engineers (Boat launch pass for Cottage Grove) 75819 Shortridge Hill Rd, Cottage Grove 541.942.5631

Adventure Center (Lane County Park passes,NW Forest pass, OR Pacific Coast Passports, Sno-Park permits) 3312 Gateway St, Springfield

Cottage Grove Ranger District/ Umpqua National Forest (Golden Age pass, NW Forest pass, OR/WA add on) 78405 Cedar Park Rd, Cottage Grove 541.767.5000 Lane County Parks (County Parks pass, Mt. Pisgah pass) 3050 N Delta Hwy, Eugene 541.682.2000 McKenzie River Ranger District (Golden Age pass, NW Forest pass) 57600 McKenzie Hwy, McKenzie Bridge 541.822.3381 Middle Fork Ranger District (Golden Age pass, NW Forest pass) 46375 Hwy 58, Westfir 541.782.2283 Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Fern Ridge Wildlife Area 26969 Cantrell Rd, Eugene 541.935.2591 Oregon State Parks (State Parks pass, OR Pacific Coast Passport, ATV riding permit) 84505 Hwy 101 S, Florence 800.551.6949 Siuslaw National Forest/Central Coast Ranger District (Golden Age pass, NW Forest pass, OR Pacific Coast Passport) 4480 Hwy 101 Bldg G, Florence 541.902.8526 Willamette National Forest & Bureau of Land Management (Golden Age pass, NW Forest pass, State Parks pass, OR/WA add on. OR Pacific Coast Passport) 3106 Pierce Pkwy Ste D, Springfield 541.225.6300

Bi-Mart (Fishing & hunting licenses, duck stamps) • 100 Gateway Blvd, Cottage Grove 541.942.9101 • 150 Melton Rd, Creswell 541.895.9800 • 1680 W 18th Ave, Eugene 541.342.2687 • 2030 River Rd, Eugene 541.687.7600 • 4780 Royal Ave, Eugene 541.463.1789 • 2510 Willakenzie Rd, Eugene 541.687.7610 • 4310 Hwy 101, Florence 541.997.2499 • 110 E 6th Ave, Junction City 541.998.6373 • 1521 Mohawk Blvd, Springfield 541.687.7626 • 5744 Main St, Springfield 541.687.7637 • 25126 Jeans Rd, Veneta 541.935.0900

Jasper Market (Fishing licenses) 36763 Jasper-Lowell Rd, Springfield 541.746.2032 Lorane Family Store (Fishing licenses) 80301 Territorial Rd, Lorane 541.942.5711 Lowell Gas & Grocery (Fishing licenses) 113 E Main, Lowell 541.937.4200 Randy’s Market (Lane County Parks Day Pass) 10792 Hwy 126, Mapleton 541.268.4478 The Sportsman (Fishing & hunting licenses) 249 Hwy 101, Florence 541.997.3336 Vida Market (Fishing licenses, life jacket program) 45602 Hwy 126 E, Vida at MP 26) 541.896.3261 Rascal’s Market (Sno-Park permits) 47393 Hwy 58, Oakridge 541.782.3704

Bridgeport Market (Fishing & hunting licenses) 75 Harbor St, Florence 541.997.5091

Willamette Mountain Mercantile (Sno-Park permits) 48080 Hwy 58, Oakridge 541.782.1800

Dick’s Sporting Goods (Fishing & hunting licenses, duck stamps, state sno-park permits) 1030 Greeacres Rd, Eugene 541.344.9622

Willamette Pass Ski Resort (Sno-Park permits) MP 62 Hwy 58 541.345.SNOW

Farmer’s Country Hardware Store (Fishing licenses) 10778 Hwy 126, Mapleton 541.268.4005

Chambers of Commerce Cottage Grove Area Chamber of Commerce 700 E Gibbs Ave, Cottage Grove 541.942.2411 www.cgchamber.com Creswell Chamber of Commerce 99 S 1st St, Creswell 541.895.5161 www.creswellchamber.com Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce 1401 Willamette St, Eugene 541.484.1314 www.eugenechamber.com Fern Ridge Chamber of Commerce 24949 Hwy 126, Veneta 541.935.8443 www.fernridgechamber.com Florence Area Chamber of Commerce 290 Hwy 101, Florence 541.997.3128 www.florencechamber.com Junction City-Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce 585 Greenwood St, Junction City 541.998.6154 www.jch-chamber.org Oakridge/Westfir Chamber of Commerce 46284 Hwy 58, Oakridge 46375 Hwy 58, Westfir (at Middle Fork Ranger Station) 541.782.4146 www.oakridgechamber.com Springfield Chamber of Commerce 101 S “A” St, Springfield 541.746.1651 www.springfield-chamber.org

Harbick’s Country Store (Fishing & hunting licenses, NW Forest pass, Sno-Park permits) 91808 Mill Creek Rd, Blue River (MP 47.5 Hwy 126 E) 541.822.3575

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