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Thanks for visiting our little community of Alvadore Oregon, shopping, eating, drinking and enjoying time with friends and family. To be clear, Holiday cheer lives in Alvadore Oregon, Oregon. Around here, it's like the rest of the country, we all shop on Amazon.com for the most part because access to mega malls is slim. It's not a complicated place we live in, it's easy. Make Alvadore Oregon, Oregon your new home or just come to play. It's all here in Alvadore Oregon!
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About Alvadore Oregon

Alvadore Oregon in Oregon can be found in the 97409 zip code or postal code and is the kind of place you come to and relax. Leave the day-to-day stresses of live behind. Discover your Alvadore Oregon, discover your happy place.

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People of Alvadore Oregon

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Alvadore Oregon Real Estate

One of Oregon's up and coming communities, the Alvadore Oregon real estate market is getting hotter by the month. If you've considered a move out of the day to day and were looking in Oregon, you should be taking a look at Alvadore Oregon

Fun in Alvadore Oregon

We have a lot of fun around in land of Alvadore Oregon. Here are some things you might be interested in.

Alvadore is located in Oregon. The area where Alvadore was eventually platted was locally known as Fern Ridge for many years. The name derived from a long fern-covered ridge east of the Long Tom River and extending southward from Meadow View. Alvadore is right near the Eugene OR Airport. We are here in Lane County OR
  • Posted on Tuesday March 31, 2020
    A list of housing resources for Renters, Landlords & Property Managers and Homeowners available during the COVID-19 crisis. This list will be updated on a regular basis. Continue Reading »
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    According to the City of Eugene’s Hate and Bias Incident Response Plan, the Office of Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement is responsible for collecting statistical information on both criminal and non-criminal hate and bias activity and providing victim support and community response to hate and bias activity in Eugene. EPD takes reports and investigates criminal activity. Continue Reading »
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    Discover elections dates and details. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Monday March 30, 2020
    The City is collaborating with economic development partners, including the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, the Small Business Development Center at Lane Community College, and Business Oregon, to provide COVID-19 related information and assistance to area employers. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Monday March 30, 2020
    While the City of Eugene doesn’t oversee public health, we work together with our national, state and regional partners to protect the public during health emergencies such as the developing concern over the COVID-19 virus. The city has existing emergency management and operations plans and will implement procedures as needed to ensure our ability to maintain critical and essential services, as well as support state and county health efforts. Continue Reading »
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    La Ciudad de Eugene se compromete en ampliar el acceso al sitio web de la Ciudad para atender al creciente número de miembros de la comunidad de Eugene y para aquéllos que hablen principalmente español. Continue Reading »
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    Carta comunitaria sobre la preparación del COVID-19 de Sarah Medary, City Manager Pro Tem Continue Reading »
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    The Equity in Contracting program is interested in understanding and removing barriers to working with the City as a supplier of goods and services, with a focus on increasing the number of projects awarded to small, minority and women-owned businesses (COBID-certified). Continue Reading »
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    View the employee health and fitness programs available. Continue Reading »
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    This page include resources that are essential for creating a sustainable event in the City of Eugene. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Monday March 30, 2020
    The Library offers several ways to download or stream eBooks, audiobooks, movies, music and magazines for your computer or mobile device. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday March 29, 2020
    Lane County and the cities of Eugene and Springfield have mobilized to craft a temporary emergency sheltering and support plan for the unhoused community in the metro area. The plan is built on significant community partnerships with key social service providers and others. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday March 29, 2020
    The City of Eugene is aware that the responses to concerns over the COVID-19 virus is affecting many aspects of life for area workers. The City is collaborating with economic development partners to provide information and assistance to area workers. Continue Reading »
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    Information for City of Eugene employees related to COVID-19. Find resources, tips and policy information. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Sunday March 29, 2020
    In accordance with Governor Brown's rules to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Oregon, the City of Eugene is taking action to reduce potential exposure to this virus, especially for those individuals who are at higher risk of severe illness. Continue Reading »
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    Offers recreational and competitive sports leagues for adults including: softball, soccer, basketball, volleyball and ultimate. Coordinates use of the City's athletic facilities. Continue Reading »
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    To further combat the spread of COVID-19, Governor Kate Brown has issued a Stay Home, Save Lives order — ordering all residents of the State of Oregon to stay at their residences, and immediately limit all movement outside of their homes beyond what is absolutely necessary to take care of essential needs. Continue Reading »