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Eugene
Lane County, Oregon

ZipCodes
97401, 97402, 97403, 97404, 97405, 97406,97407,97408,97409




Page Contents for Eugene, Oregon

Statistics & Facts

Location

Weather & Climate

History & History-related items

City Attractions

Government

Chamber of Commerce.

Organizations, Churches, and Sports.

Libraries.

Schools.

Miscellany



Statistics & Facts

The Oregon state capital is Salem.
The population of Eugene is approximately 137,000 (2000), 156185 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 47,991 (1990), 66419 (2010).
The amount of land area in Eugene is 98.53 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.098 sq kilometers.
The distance from Eugene to Washington DC is 2555 miles.
The distance to the Oregon state capital is 60 miles. (as the crow flies)
Eugene is positioned 44.05 degrees north of the equator and 123.11 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Eugene elevation is 400-2,000 feet above sea level.
Eugene average annual rainfall is 43 inches per year
Eugene average temperature is 53 degrees F.

Location

where the Willamette and McKenzie rivers come together in western Oregon, 58 miles from the Pacific Ocean. See maps of the Eugene area.
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Climate


mild
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Weather


mild. This is a weather page for Eugene
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History & History Related Items

history page for Eugene
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The settling of Eugene

1846

The founding of Eugene

1852 by Eugene Skinner


Attractions

Eugene has many features among which are forests, mountains, parks, farms, bicycle trails and water sports.
The Willamette River runs through the heart of the city.
All about Eugene

Home of "The Hult Center of Performing Arts", whichis recognized worldwide for its annual Eugene Bach Festival

Home of the University of Oregon and its nationally recognized U of O track team and national competitions at "Hayward Field". The U of O is also the home to the Oregon Ducks Pac 10 football team.

Home to Lane Community College. Lane was one of 12colleges selected from community colleges in the US and Canada as a Vanguard College and earned the privilege to participate in a five-year study of innovation in the community college

Home of the first "Nike" shoe store, and hometown of Nike creator Bill Bowerman.

Voted one of the top ten best cities to live in by various publications/television shows(i.e. voted 7th best city to live in by the A&E show "top 10".
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Eugene City Government

Eugene City Hall Information
777 Pearl St
Eugene, OR 97401-2720
Phone: 541-682-5010


Trude Kaufman Senior Center
996 Jefferson St
Eugene, OR 97402-5225
Phone: 541-687-5331

Eugene Chamber

Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce
1401 Willamette Street
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 484-1314
Fax: (541) 484-4942


Eugene/Convention & Visitors Association of Lane County, Oregon
P.O. Box 10286
115 W. 8th St., Ste. 190
Eugene, OR 97440
Phone: 541-484-5307
Toll-free: 800-547-5445
Fax: 541-343-6335

Eugene Organizations

Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce
1401 Willamette Street
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 484-1314
Fax: (541) 484-4942


Eugene/Convention & Visitors Association of Lane County, Oregon
P.O. Box 10286
115 W. 8th St., Ste. 190
Eugene, OR 97440
Phone: 541-484-5307
Toll-free: 800-547-5445
Fax: 541-343-6335

Eugene Libraries

Eugene City Library
100 W 13th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401-3433
Phone: 541-682-5450

Eugene Schools

Bethel School District
4640 Barger Dr
Eugene, OR 97402-1239
Phone: 541-689-3280


Crow Applegate School District
85955 Territorial Rd
Eugene, OR 97402-9206
Phone: 541-935-2100


Schools in the Eugene area.Eugene School District 4j
200 N Monroe St
Eugene, OR 97402-4243
Phone: 541-687-3123



HIGHER EDUCATION


Lane Community College
4000 E 30th Ave
Eugene OR 97405
Phone: 541-747-4501


University of Oregon Eugene

Miscellany

The population of Eugene was:
1997 - 120,000
2000 - 137,000

Eugene has a metro population of over 200,000 (1994 estimate)


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