National Preparedness Month is an observance each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time.
As climate change increases the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, Eugene Water & Electric Board is serious about making the necessary investments to ensure we can provide safe and reliable water and electricity.
We are working with community partners to develop several emergency drinking water distribution sites located throughout the community. Find the emergency water station closest to your home.
Community wildfire prevention is increasingly important as climate, drought and a host of other issues are converging—resulting in more frequent and damaging wildfire events.
Learn how to make a plan, build an emergency supply kit, stay informed, and work together to keep everyone safe.
Take EWEB's Pledge to Prepare and start receiving a monthly email with easy, step-by-step recommendations that will help you get two-weeks ready by year-end
A well-thought-out emergency preparedness plan can help protect your property investment and ensure the safety and well-being of your tenants.
We asked participants in EWEB's Pledge to Prepare to share emergency preparedness lessons and tips they learned during the coronavirus crisis, in the hopes their experiences may help others get prepared.
Emergencies that could lead to a water supply shortage include earthquake, prolonged drought, forest fire in our watershed, severe flood, a chemical spill into the McKenzie River, and a system or facility failure.