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10/01/2015Tourism Grants Available
09/30/2015Ecological Burns Planned at Mt. Pisgah
09/30/2015Lane County Solid Waste Transfer Stations Move to Winter Hours
09/25/2015Road Report
09/22/2015Lane County Fleet Services Surplus Vehicle and Equipment Auction
09/21/2015Meet the Lane County Performance Auditor
09/17/2015Improved, easier access to free County mapping tools and property records
09/14/2015Short Mountain Landfill Adding Space
09/09/2015Grants Available to Help Rural Residents Protect Homes from Wildfire
09/08/2015Lane County Jail Reopens an Additional 41 Local Jail Beds
08/31/2015Household Hazardous Waste Roundup Saturday, September 12
08/31/2015Campfire Ban and Partial Mt. Pisgah Closure Lifted
08/25/2015Lane County Supports Regional Innovation Training Program for Second Year
08/24/2015Commissioners Present $5,000 to Farmers Market to Help Increase Access to Locally Grown Foods
08/24/2015Road Closure - Lynnbrook Drive
08/20/2015Lane County and City of Eugene Partner to Temporarily Move Rest Stop Location
08/18/2015Board of County Commissioners Approves Performance Auditor Work Plan
08/18/2015Board of County Commissioners Urges Residents to Comply with Fire Protections
08/14/2015Join Lane County's Master Recycler Program for free!
08/14/2015Lane County Seeking Applicants for Its Board of Property Tax Appeals
08/13/2015Lane County Seeks Input on Draft 20-Year Parks Master Plan
08/06/2015County Reaches Reduced Settlement of $400,000 for $100 Million Lawsuit
08/03/2015Greg Rikhoff Selected as County Operations Director
07/31/2015Open Flame in County Parks and Access to Mt. Pisgah Restricted Due to High Fire Danger
07/27/2015RESOLVED - Intermittent Phone Outages Across Lane County Departments
07/21/2015Repair at the Fair! Free Repairs and Demonstrations from Repair2ReUse
07/20/2015Lane County Receives $84,976 Grant to Reopen Archie Knowles Campground
07/17/2015Dorena and Fern Ridge Reservoirs Still Able to Offer Boaters Summer Recreation Opportunities
06/23/2015Lane County Settles $100 Million Lawsuit for $500,000
06/10/2015Guy Lee Custodian Receives Recycler of the Year Award
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