July 14, 2024

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Help our neighborhoods engage more residents

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Neighborhood associations engage in continuous improvement using your feedback from surveys, focus groups, and after-action reports. Participate in our latest survey---designed by volunteers from several Eugene neighborhoods---and receive credit for your time in our local Time Bank.

As part of the city’s Engage Eugene initiative, the Office of Equity and Community Engagement (“Oochie”) is distributing a survey to assess what residents think is important in their neighborhood and what might be improved.

The results will influence city policies for neighborhoods and Eugene as a whole. Your responses also will help your neighborhood association know more about what neighbors appreciate as well as their concerns.

The survey was developed by a group of neighborhood association board members from the Cal Young Neighborhood Association, River Road Community Organization, Whiteaker Community Council, and Jefferson Westside Neighbors, with assistance from the city’s Neighborhoods Program staff.

The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. All responses are confidential.

Please let us know how much time you spent on this this survey and we will reimburse you with the corresponding number of Time Dollars in our local time bank.

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