Long-Term Recovery

Lane County is committed to supporting the long-term recovery of our residents and community as we continue to face the economic and social effects of COVID-19. 

There are four key areas included in our long-term recovery planning:

  • Economic Recovery for Businesses
  • Housing & Social Services Recovery
  • Infrastructure Recovery
  • Lane County Services Recovery

Economic Recovery for Businesses

Support for local businesses so they can resume or continue operations while maintaining as much of their workforce as possible, including financial support and operational resources.

Housing, Energy Assistance & Social Services Recovery

Support for unhoused community members and those in danger of becoming unhoused through rent assistance, rapid rehousing and the development of a shelter and navigation center. 

Infrastructure Recovery

Projects that support community recovery and future resilience, including increasing the availability of rural broadband in order to support greater numbers of at-home employees and small, local businesses located outside of Eugene-Springfield. 

Lane County Services Recovery

Supporting access to County services while maintaining the health and safety of those served, including enhanced online service access and modified service delivery. 

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The latest updates and information (también en español)

www.lanecountyor.gov/coronavirus