As a citizen-owned municipal utility, the Eugene Water & Electric Board sees its role in
the community as more than a provider of water and electricity. We take pride in participating
in many community activities, events and special programs.
EWEB believes in the importance of educating today's youth about energy and water
resources. The utility provides more than $500,000 annually to support such programs.
Take part in our annual Run to Stay Warm. All proceeds benefits EWEB's Customer Care program to help
income-eligible customers who are having trouble paying their utility bills.
Save the date for upcoming energy and water-related programs, as well as events
and activities sponsored or hosted by EWEB.
EWEB Commissioners hold regularly scheduled public meetings on the first and third
Tuesdays of each month. Preview agendas for upcoming meetings and review
minutes from past meetings.
Learn how to book a tour of EWEB's facilities or schedule a presentation.
Reserve space at Lloyd Knows Park on the shores of Leaburg Lake or EWEB's River Edge Plaza in Eugene.
From trails along the Walterville Power Canal to boating and fishing at Carmen Reservoir
on the upper McKenzie River, EWEB provides numerous recreational opportunities.
Watch the video above to hear how EWEB supports and gives back to the community.
EWEB offers a loan fund to help with the upfront cost of water, electric and telecommunication
services associated with new or expanded facilities.
From building parks for children to coordinating cleanups along the McKenzie
River, giving back to the community through volunteering and public service
runs deep in the foundation of the utility.
As a public utility that pays no property taxes, EWEB instead gives 6 percent of its revenues to
the city of Eugene as a payment in lieu of taxes.
As a citizen-owner, you have a stake in the utility's decisions. There are numerous
opportunities for you to become involved in EWEB affairs and to provide feedback
to commissioners and the staff.