Rate Setting Process is Customer Driven and Community Focused
EWEB’s Board of Commissioners is considering rate changes to help maintain reliable utility services and fund critical investments in Eugene’s water and electric infrastructure.Find Out More
How does EWEB recover the costs of serving customers
Here’s an overview of the three primary ways EWEB recovers the costs of serving customers and generates the funds needed to keep the power on and the water flowing.Find Out More
EWEB establishes multipronged resiliency policy
Disaster recovery and prevention are being embedded in all operations and processes.Find Out More
Trends that are impacting your utility rates
Needed infrastructure investments and rising costs of operations will require increases in the price of water and electric services.Find Out More
EWEB and City finalize sale of former riverfront headquarters
The two buildings on 4.4 acres will transformed into Eugene's new City Hall. EWEB and the City signed closing documents and officially handed over the site keys on Tuesday.Find Out More
May 2nd Board meeting report
A wrap up of the May 2nd EWEB Board of Commissioners MeetingFind Out More
Currin Substation Rebuild Updates
Follow along as the Currin Substation, the first of 10 substations in 10 years, is rebuilt from the ground up as part of EWEB's Capital Improvement Plan for major infrastructure investments to rehabilitate, replace, and install new infrastructure.Find Out More
April Board Meeting report
The EWEB Board of Commissioners discussed prefunding Leaburg, the 2022 State of the Watershed report, and the General Manager's performance evaluation at their April 4th, 2023 meeting.Find Out More
EWEB conducts annual High-Risk Fire Zone inspections
Crews are identifying and addressing equipment failures before wildfire season and doing so mitigates risk of fire ignition.Find Out More
March 7 Board Meeting report
The EWEB Board of Commissioners meet on the first Tuesday of the month.Find Out More
State of Utility Address 2023
EWEB General Manager Frank Lawson delivered his annual State of the Utility Address at the March 7 public Board of Commissioners meeting.Find Out More
February 7 Board of Commissioners Meeting Report
Collaborating with the City of Eugene, a Climate Guidebook, and priorities for upriver EWEB customers were the main topics at the Feb. 7 Board of Commissioners meeting. The five-member Board serves without pay and is elected by EWEB customers. Their job is to establish policies and values and set EWEB’s long-term direction. Board meetings are open to the public and include opportunities for public comment.Find Out More
Largest transformer order in EWEB history begins “New Era” of substation rebuilds
In January, our elected Board of Commissioners approved an agreement for EWEB to make an unprecedented bulk purchase of substation transformers.Find Out More
Eugene City Council approves purchase of former EWEB headquarters
The Eugene City Council approved the purchase of EWEB's former riverfront headquarters property at a meeting on Jan. 30. The terms of the deal state that the City of Eugene will purchase the 4.4-acre property, which includes two buildings and parking lots, for $12 million.Find Out More
EWEB riverfront property negotiations advance
After evaluating several proposals and opportunities, EWEB is focusing its negotiations to sell the former riverfront headquarters property to the City of Eugene. The exact terms and details of the deal will be negotiated during the next few weeks.Find Out More
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Commissioners to Hold Virtual Meeting April 7
April 06, 2020
Commissioners will hold their regularly monthly meeting on Tuesday via telephone to adhere to Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's "Stay Home, Save Lives" executive order to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. To comply with the governor's order, there will be no in-person attendance at the virtual meeting.
Members of the public wishing to provide comments regarding EWEB business are invited to do so by sending an email to email@example.com with the subject line "public comment". All public input will be reviewed by commissioners and executive staff.
Written testimony of 200 words or less will be read into the public record, time permitting, and all testimony will be summarized in the meeting minutes. Those interested should submit comments by 4:30 p.m. on April 7. For more information on Tuesday's meeting, which beging at 5:30 p.m., or to view the agenda, click here.
Members of the public can listen to a live audio version of the meeting by calling (971) 285-4518. The conference ID is 816398730. Those who call into the meeting are asked to mute their microphones.
An audio recording of the meeting will be available by the afternoon of April 8 on the Board minutes page.