Who we are
The Eugene Water & Electric Board, founded in 1911, is Oregon's largest customer-owned
utility and provides electricity and water to more than 86,000 homes, business,
schools and other customers in Eugene, Oregon.
As a public utility, EWEB does not operate to earn a profit or to serve the investment
needs of stockholders. Instead, EWEB is chartered by the city of Eugene to serve
the interests of its citizens. The citizens of Eugene, therefore, are owners of
See EWEB's mission and vision statements, along with identified utility values
and current business strategies.
EWEB commemorates its 100th anniversary this year. Learn about the utility's first century, its plans for the
next 100 years and how we are commemorating this significant milestone throughout 2011.
Learn about how our customer-owners benefit from having a public utility.
The citizens of Eugene elect a five-member Board of Commissioners for the utility. This board retains full control and sets
policies for EWEB.
See detailed facts and figures about EWEB, its facilities and the many programs it offers.
Read about General Manager Frank Lawson.
See a map detailing the areas that EWEB provides water and electric service.
See copies of independent auditor's reports and financial statements for the utility dating back to 2003.