Facility rental

As a service to the community, the Eugene Water & Electric Board makes some of its facilities available to the public. Below you will find applications, rules and conditions for the EWEB facilities that may be reserved including:

Lloyd Knox Park

Several picnic and large group areas also may be reserved at Lloyd Knox Park, located along the shores of Leaburg Lake about 23 miles east of Eugene.

Please note: Park reservations may be made starting the third weekend in April through October 15. Outside of that date range, the park is first-come-first-serve and the restrooms remain locked, requiring visitors to use the vault-toilet facilities.

River Edge Public Plaza

EWEB's River Edge Public Plaza is a public place for the enjoyment of all. It cannot be reserved, but organizations or groups using this area should complete a "Hold Harmless Agreement" and review and sign the "Conditions for Use".

How to reserve EWEB facilities

A form for reserving each site is available by clicking on the appropriate link above. Completed applications may be left with a Customer Service representative in the lobby of EWEB's headquarters building at 500 East Fourth Avenue, or mailed to EWEB, PO Box 10148, Eugene, OR 97440-2148.

General rules
  • The organization reserving the space must designate a representative who will be responsible for the protection, care and cleanliness of the area.
  • The area must be kept clean; garbage and trash must be removed; activities of group members and guests must be restricted to the area reserved; sound levels should not be disruptive to users of other areas; and users need to be conscious of security.
  • EWEB reserves the right to use these facilities at any time; however, reservations will not be cancelled without at least 24 hours’ notice.
  • Groups will be required to sign an agreement regarding use of the facility.
  • EWEB reserves the right to exclude any individual or groups from the premises.
  • Violation of the above policy and general rules, creation of a disturbance, or willful damage of any property or equipment may result in cancellation of an organization’s privilege of further use of these facilities.
  • Questions concerning the use of these facilities should be directed to (541) 685-7591 or send an email.
Meeting rooms

Like other public agencies, EWEB is working hard to find ways to reduce our operating costs in tough economic times. In an effort to seek operational efficiency and offset on-going costs, EWEB has sought and retained a tenant to lease underutilized space in the main headquarters building, as well as the entire North Building. As a result of this arrangement, the North Building meeting rooms will no longer be available for community use as of Oct. 1, 2013.