City of Eugene

The state’s second largest city and home to the University of Oregon.

City of Eugene

The state’s second largest city and home to the University of Oregon.

The last great place to grow a business.

 
 

City living with small-town charm

With a population of 160,000 Eugene is the second largest city in Oregon, but that doesn’t mean that you cannot benefit from a small town feeling in one of the many tree-lined neighborhoods throughout the city. With average commute times below 20-minutes it’s easy to see why people love living here.

The last great place to grow a business.

City living with small-town charm

With a population of 160,000 Eugene is the second largest city in Oregon, but that doesn’t mean that you cannot benefit from a small town feeling in one of the many tree-lined neighborhoods throughout the city. With average commute times below 20-minutes it’s easy to see why people love living here.


Open for Business


Eugene is open for business; the city council is pro-business and stands ready to work with companies looking to relocate. Home to companies like Palo Alto Software, Market of Choice, Burley Designs and the birthplace of Nike – Eugene offers the perfect combination of abundant, skilled workforce and affordable land.

 
 

Best of Breed Access to Fiber


Eugene was recently recognized by Mozilla as a Giga City based on its publicly owned, open access, affordable broadband fiber network. Eugene offers businesses access to gigabyte connection speed starting a $99/month underlining its commitment to providing the infrastructure critical to support the city’s growing high tech companies.

A commitment to a better life


In 2016 Phil and Penny Knight announced a $500 million commitment to the University of Oregon to build a new science complex in Eugene. University of Oregon President stated that, “this is a seminal moment for the University of Oregon, an inflection point that will shape the trajectory for the university and this state for the next century and beyond.”

 
 

What We’re Known For


Eugene is known for its University, the Oregon Ducks, and the birthplace of Nike. Beyond that Eugene is know for its commitment to technological advancement, culture and natural beauty.

For more information about Eugene feel free to visit one of the following websites:

About EugeneU of Obusiness communityThings to Do

Open for Business


Eugene is open for business; the city council is pro-business and stands ready to work with companies looking to relocate. Home to companies like Palo Alto Software, Market of Choice, Burley Designs and the birthplace of Nike – Eugene offers the perfect combination of abundant, skilled workforce and affordable land.

Best of Breed Access to Fiber


Eugene was recently recognized by Mozilla as a Giga City based on its publicly owned, open access, affordable broadband fiber network. Eugene offers businesses access to gigabyte connection speed starting a $99/month underlining its commitment to providing the infrastructure critical to support the city’s growing high tech companies.

A commitment to a better life


In 2016 Phil and Penny Knight announced a $500 million commitment to the University of Oregon to build a new science complex in Eugene. University of Oregon President stated that, “this is a seminal moment for the University of Oregon, an inflection point that will shape the trajectory for the university and this state for the next century and beyond.”


 

What We’re Known For


Eugene is known for its University, the Oregon Ducks, and the birthplace of Nike. Beyond that Eugene is know for its commitment to technological advancement, culture and natural beauty.

For more information about Eugene feel free to visit one of the following websites:

About EugeneU of Obusiness communitythings to do