The City of Eugene’s Neighborhood Map

Hello #J361! Check out the City of Eugene Neighborhoods Map (clicking on this link will take you to the city’s website and a larger version of the map).

Make a list, in your mind and possibly on your Twitter feed so others can see what you’re thinking about, of several neighborhoods you’d like to explore. Laurel Hill, Trainsong, Fairmount, West University and South University aren’t available this term.

I’m open to news teams (of 3-4 people people) choosing any of the remaining ones, but you’ll need to write about new places and topics reporters on this blog haven’t covered. That means you might want to choose others, like the Churchill Area Neighborhood, Friendly Area Neighborhood, Southeast Area or others.

Check out the map, go to the City of Eugene neighborhood association links, ruminate in comments here or on Twitter about which neighborhood you might like to cover, check out bus schedules, parks, schools, businesses, nonprofits and leaders in the neighborhoods — and presto! Soon you’ll be out covering all of these topics and more.

Map of the Neighborhoods of the City of Eugene

About Suzi Steffen

Suzi Steffen teaches, writes, edits, reviews and rides (her adult tricycle named Momo) in Eugene, Oregon. For many years, she taught as an adjunct instructor at the University of Oregon's School of Journalism and Communication. As of fall 2015, she's teaching at Linn-Benton Community College, and as of fall 2017, she's also teaching at Wenatchee Valley College in Washington State. Suzi edited Lane Monthly and works as an arts journalist across the state and country. You can find her at jprofsuzi on Twitter or email her at jprofsuzi at gmail dot com.
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One Response to The City of Eugene’s Neighborhood Map

  1. susiemae24 says:

    I think I am most interested in the Friendly, Harlow, and Southeast neighborhoods for now. I will probably do a little more research and see if any of the other neighborhoods are more appealing/interesting.

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