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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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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
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    View a of full list of current of City of Eugene Transportation planning projects. Read information about street design projects and updates and give your feedback. Continue Reading »
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    The City of Eugene is dedicated to creating and promoting safe walking, biking and driving conditions. Reducing vehicle speeds is an important component of the City’s adopted Vision Zero Action Plan, which aims to eliminate major traffic injuries and fatalities within Eugene by 2035. Lowering residential speed limits to 20 MPH supports safer travel conditions for everyone using neighborhood streets, while and providing a safer and more comfortable environment for people walking and biking. Continue Reading »
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    General information about the City's Stormwater Management program Continue Reading »
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    Seek out what you need to know when it comes to planning for stormwater improvements on your property, what permits you might need, and what regulations will affect your work. Continue Reading »
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    Data from the 2020 Census will be available in the Fall, at which time the Council will address potential ward boundary adjustments to accommodate population changes over the last ten years. The purpose of this process is to ensure that each ward has approximately equal population. Continue Reading »
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    Contact, hours of operation and staff for the Office of Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement Continue Reading »
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    This page has plans for HUD funded programs including the HUD Consolidated Plan. Continue Reading »
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    Learn about City work on affordable housing, downtown planning, economic stability and block grants. Continue Reading »
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    Information about electric mobility options in Eugene, including EVs, EV charging, e-bikes, and e-scooters. Continue Reading »
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    A full list of current transportation projects in construction. View project descriptions, timelines, and contacts. Continue Reading »
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    Transportation Options: Strategies for a Growing Eugene is a project to identify policies and programs that encourage or require transportation demand management by large employers and in new development. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Wednesday September 22, 2021
    The Project will install a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon at Royal Avenue at Throne Drive at an existing pedestrian crossing island and crosswalk, and install a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon, construct a crossing island, and install crosswalk markings at the Danebo Avenue and Unthank Drive intersection. The Project will also construct a physically protected walking and bicycling space on the south side of Howard Avenue, bike lanes on the north side, and will install wayfinding signs at major decision-making points. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Wednesday September 22, 2021
    The City of Eugene Transportation Railroad Quiet Zone (RRQZ) project establishes a “whistle-free” zone in Downtown Eugene and the Whiteaker neighborhood. The quiet zone will silence the train horns through the heart of Eugene, eliminating 70 percent of the train horn noise. The project design elements prioritize safety and will keep people walking, biking, and driving off the tracks as trains approach. Design elements include medians, quad gates, pedestrian gates, and converting Jefferson Street to a one-way street. Continue Reading »
  • Posted on Wednesday September 22, 2021
    Started in early 2019, the Central Eugene In Motion study explored planned and potential transportation changes with a focus on three key areas: Downtown on 8th Avenue, Midtown Willamette Street, and the Amazon to Riverfront Connection. The study explored transportation design options to improve travel for people walking, biking, busing, and driving to and through Downtown Eugene. The final projects selected for implementation include: the 8th Avenue Streetscape & Bike Lanes, the Willamette Street Two-Way Conversion, and the High Street Bikeway. Continue Reading »