Commissioners hold regularly scheduled public meetings on the first Tuesday of each month. The meetings are held in the North Building at EWEB, 500 E. Fourth Avenue and typically start at 5:30 p.m. We welcome and encourage our customer-owner's attendance.
If the first Tuesday of the month is a holiday, the meeting will be held on the next business day or on another Tuesday that same month. If an additional regular meeting is required, generally we will hold that meeting at 5:30 p.m. on the third Tuesday of that month. The board president and general manager may reschedule these meetings, schedule additional meetings or cancel any board meeting by mutual agreement.
You may also send written comments and communication to:
EWEB, Attn: Board of Commissioners
P.O. Box 10148
Eugene, OR 97440
The citizens of Eugene elect five commissioners to four-year terms. Four commissioners represent specific wards of the city; the fifth member is elected "at large" by all city voters. The commissioners are responsible for overall governance of the utility.Commissioner profiles
Next board meeting is December 4, 2018. The board meeting agenda is coming soon. Customers and the general public are welcome and encouraged to attend.
This meeting location is wheelchair-accessible. An interpreter can be provided with 48 hours' notice prior to the meeting. To arrange for this service, call 541-685-7000.
Opportunity for public comment is provided at each board meeting.
During the public input portion of the agenda, you are invited to address the board about any EWEB topic or issue. When you arrive at the meeting, please fill out a "request to speak" card so we can call your name to speak in the order cards are received. Each person is allotted three minutes to speak during the public input session.
EWEB's bylaws were established Feb. 12, 1979.Read more
Review the policies by which the EWEB Board of Commissioners is governed.Board policies
"Working in a public organization where your intent is to help the community, and in our case for customers who are also the owners, is a tremendous responsibility. "