Electric Outage: 1-844-484-2300
Water Emergency: 541-685-7595
EWEB Main: 541-685-7000
Dozens of Bethel middle school students filled the Meadow View School gym on a sunny spring day for the annual KidWind Challenge. Teams received scores based on the energy their model wind turbine produced and their ability to answer questions in front of an interview panelFind Out More
The Arbor Day Foundation named EWEB a 2017 Tree Line USA utility in honor of our commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care in our service territory.Find Out More
The riverfront property holds enormous redevelopment potential, enabling acres of underutilized downtown property along the Willamette River to transition from industrial to a mixed of residential, retail and office uses.Find Out More
In order complete a major powerhouse upgrade, we will close public access to Trail Bridge and Lakes End campgrounds, the Trail Bridge Reservoir boat launch and Smith Reservoir.Find Out More
During a water emergency you could be without tap water for at least three days because EWEB must secure the water system before distributing emergency water. You can pre-order up to four emergency water containers to help your household be better prepared.Find Out More
Wiley Griffon in 1909 purchased a small home on riverfront property near what is now East 4th Ave. and Mill in Eugene, immediately west of our headquarters building. Despite an exclusion clause in Oregon's constitution that made it illegal for African-Americans to settle in the state, Wiley Griffon was a well-known and popular resident.Find Out More
We're making available an additional $100,000 to help 500 more in need following the cold weather in December and January.Find Out More
Everyday, Eugene residents turn on their taps to draw clean and delicious drinking water. Water is indispensable at homes, vital to public safety and crucial to our local economy.Find Out More
The past several years have been difficult and financially challenging for the Eugene Water & Electric Board. I’m pleased to report that Oregon’s largest customer-owned utility has turned a significant corner and is today in a healthy financial position.Find Out More
The Arbor Day Foundation has recognized the Eugene Water & Electric Board for a ninth consecutive year for its commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care of the city’s trees.Find Out More
As a customer-owned utility, EWEB's commitment goes beyond the water and power we deliver. Throughout EWEB's 106-year history, the utility has remained vitally connected to the people and neighborhoods we serve.Find Out More
Over the past two years, EWEB has partnered with the city of Eugene, the Lane Council of Governments and the Technology Association of Oregon to provide high-speed Internet fiber optic connections to 20 businesses in three downtown buildings.Find Out More
EWEB's Run to Stay Warm celebrates it's 10th anniversary! The event, which includes a 5k, 10k and half-marathon, benefits our Customer Care program which helps income-eligible customers pay their bills.Find Out More
More than 500 high school students from across Lane County experienced a day-in-the-life of construction, road maintenance and utility trade workers during the Construction and Utilities Career Day on in mid-October.Find Out More
After almost two years of extensive planting to establish native trees, shrubs and wetland plant species at the Walterville Pond, the conversion from a man-made pond to a naturalized wetland is nearly complete.Find Out More
Beginning April 17, and continuing for two weeks, we will be working between Club Road and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to replace a section of old water main.
The water main replacement project will require closing portions of the bike path between Club Road and Coburg Road from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The closure will extend to a section of the bike path paralleling the northbound lanes of the Ferry Street Bridge. Cyclists and pedestrians who normally use those sections of the bike path should seek different routes during work hours.
Crews will replace an old 12-inch diameter pipe now running under a business on Club Road with a new ductile iron pipe, and relocate the new pipe to public right of way beneath the bike path. The project is part of our strategy to upgrade, replace and maintain the water distribution system in order to increase the reliable delivery of water.
500 East Fourth Ave.
Eugene, OR 97401
9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.