How EWEB is providing power and water for Oregon22
How has EWEB prepared to deliver power and water to all these athletes and spectators from around the world?
Eugene Water & Electric Board Commissioners are looking to the future in an uncertain time.
In 2022, residential rates increased for the first time in five years. Looking ahead, a variety of long-term critical projects coupled with short-term supply chain and inflationary pressures and a dynamic power supply market are likely to impact the prices customers pay for water and power.
A new digital fire lookout tower will soon be able to spot small fires before they threaten communities and infrastructure in the upper McKenzie River Valley, thanks to a new ALERTWildfire camera installed Monday on a communications tower owned and operated by the Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB).