Lane Council of Governments (LCOG)
Serves local governments and agencies in the Lane County region and beyond.
Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority (LRAPA)
Monitors air quality, and works to maintain and improve air quality, in Lane County.
Multi-jurisdictional, multi-year study of area waterways in the Eugene-Springfield metropolitan region.
Senior and Disabled Services of Lane County
Programs and services for older people and people with disabilities in Lane County, including food programs (Senior Meals, Meals on Wheels), transportation assistance, medical care and in-home care, caregiver support.
Housing and Community Services Agency
Low-income housing, Section 8 housing programs, other housing resources and housing-related community services.
Online free screening program to help you find whether you and/or your family may be eligible for assistance, and inks to local resources by county and state-wide programs.
Lane Education Service District (Lane ESD)
Provides services to school districts in Lane County and offers support to students with emotional/behavioral disabilities.
Keep Us Moving
Information about current road construction projects in the region, large transportation projects, and completed projects.
Fire Departments in Lane County
Lane County Rural Fire/Rescue
Willamette National Forest
Forest recreation, campgrounds and day use areas, hiking trails, ranger stations, and forest management information.
Oregon County Websites
Links to the websites of each county in Oregon, provided by the Association of Oregon Counties.
State of Oregon
State of Oregon Online Services
State government services and information.
Oregon Voter Registration and Elections Information
Register to vote, find election results, voter turnout statistics, and information about the initiative, referendum, and referral process.
Oregon Department of Education
Oregon School District Guide (Oregon School Boards Association)
Guide to Oregon public school districts and schools.
Get Smart Oregon
The SMART reading program helps kids become confident readers by providing individual volunteer attention and new, take-home books.
Oregon Corporation Division (Operating a Business in Oregon)
Starting a business, registering a business name, paying business taxes, and other information about doing business in Oregon.
The State of Oregon has a citizen legislature consisting of the Senate, whose 30 members are elected to serve four-year terms, and the House of Representatives, which has 60 members elected for two-year terms. The assembly convenes every two years in regular session on the second Monday in January during odd-numbered years, a date set by statute. Oregon Constitution does not specify a limitation on session length, however most sessions last approximately six months. During the interim, legislators serve on interim committees and task forces that study issues likely to be faced during the next legislative session.
Citizen's Guide to the Oregon Legislative Process
Oregon's legislative process, unlike some legislatures in the nation, is dominated by legislative committees, where most of the work to shape legislation and public policy is done. Committee members consider the testimony of many groups including Oregon citizens. This website provides details on the legislative process, how to participate, links to current legislators, how to contact legislators, and information on committees, bills, and laws.
United States Government
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Postal Service
U.S. Census Bureau