City Of Eugene Seeks Public Input On Pandemic's Impact

Jan 12, 2021

The City of Eugene wants locals to help inform officials on how COVID-19 has affected them, through an online survey.

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Community Relations Director Laura Hammond says the survey is open through January 31st, and should take about 10 minutes to fill out.

“So that we can get a better understanding of the impacts of COVID-19, specifically in the Eugene community," Hammond told KLCC.

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"And that data will help inform how we plan for our recovery, some of the programs we’ve put in place. Once we have the survey data compiled, we’re going to be working to analyze that and hopefully have a report out in the following month.”

Survey responses will be kept confidential.  Hammond says the resulting report will be available for the Eugene City Council and the public.

The survey is at:

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