Founded in 1911, the Eugene Water & Electric Board is Oregon's largest customer-owned
utility. Chartered by the City of Eugene, a five-member Board of Commissioners is
elected by the citizens of Eugene and governs the utility. The utility's mission
Contact EWEB staff by email, phone, fax or postal mail.
Read more about EWEB, its history, its geographical service boundaries, and its
commitment to conservation.
EWEB is governed by five elected commissioners. Learn more about who they are and
what they do.
EWEB Commissioners hold regularly scheduled public meetings on the first
Tuesday of each month. Preview agendas for upcoming meetings and review minutes
from past meetings.
At EWEB, we seek skilled, caring individuals who embrace the ideals of public power
Visit EWEB's newsroom for the latest information about EWEB and other matters related
to energy and water, as well as an archive of news releases dating back to 1996.
EWEB produces a number of publications and reports informing customers about programs, activities,
policies and issues related to energy and water use.
Keep up to date on issues and projects affecting EWEB and its electric and water customers.
Get information about current contracts, bid solicitations and more.
Learn about EWEB's new electric and water operations center and its many sustainability features.
EWEB has been an active member of our community for 100 years. The utility and its employees are honored to
have received recognition for our services.
The Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area is situated between the McKenzie and Willamette River
at the southern end of Oregon's Willamette Valley.