Whiteaker Community Council
The Whiteaker Community Council has been formed to help resolve the concerns of the people in the neighborhoods of the Whiteaker Community. These concerns include, but are not limited to: land use and planning, social, recreational, educational, economic development and transportation needs; and to promote a sense of community cohesiveness and self-reliance.
The Community Council also serves in an education capacity to alert the citizens of the community about current issues, of health, safety, and welfare. In addition, Whiteaker Community Council continues the planning process by periodically re-evaluating its goals, objectives, and recommendations.
Recognized July 8, 1974, Latest revision approved by WCC May 11, 2005 Approved by City Council - February, 2006
Whiteaker Community Art Team 2016 CarPark Mural Project
The Whiteaker Community Arts Team (WCAT), in association with the Whiteaker Community Council invites mural artists to create new art for the Whiteaker’s new “CarPark South,” in Eugene, Oregon. The project is organized by WCAT, a subcommittee of the Whiteaker Community Council, and funded by the City of Eugene with a project budget of $3,000.
Applications are due 7:00 p.m. Thursday May
Artists will begin work around May 14, 2014 and complete work in time for a
grand opening and celebration on June 24, 2016.
SCHEDULE OF COMMUNITY MEETINGS
All WCC meetings are from 7 to 9 pm at the Whiteaker Community Center on the corner of Clark and North Jackson next to Whiteaker School. All meetings are open to the public. If you live, work, or own property in Whiteaker, you are a WCC member.
First-time home buyers information from NEDCO. Health Committee discussion. Feedback to the City of Eugene Traffic Engineers about traffic in the neighborhood.
Ice Cream Social - @Scobert Park (1180 W 4th St)
WCC PARKING INITIATIVE/Whiteaker CarPark Project
Over the past year the WCC has worked hard to change the difficult parking situation along Blair. With the arrival of new pubs and restaurants came a lot of new patrons and visitors to Whiteaker. To ease the parking pressure and create a safer environment for residents, we have leased 3 vacant lots with over 100 parking spaces.