Visit the SCCG web page at http://santaclaracommunitygarden.org/
The SantaClara Community Organization has partnered with Huerto de la Familia and St. Matthews Episcopal Church and created a new community garden in Santa Clara.
The Santa Clara/River Road Outreach and Learning Project has been awarded national honors as it took second place in the Multi-Neighborhood category at Neighborhoods USA 2013 in Minneapolis
The next meeting of the Santa Clara Community Organization is May 1
Messiah Lutheran Church -- 3280 River Road
7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
topic: general meeting
topic: Debate forum between Jay Bozievich and Dawn Lesley, candidates for West Lane County Commissioner
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In 2011The Santa Clara Community Organization joined with the River Road Community Organization in a grant from the City Of Eugene Neighborhood Services. The grant is called the Strategic Neighborhood Assessment and Planning grant (SNAP). Both groups worked together for 10 months in a comprehensive education and outreach project to both neighborhoods. This was the opening phase of an action plan for the community to address concerns in the areas of transportation, land use, governance, and parks and recreation and other issues that arose as a concern that applies to
SCCO BOARD AND RIVER ROAD BOARDS CONTINUE WORK TOGETHER BY FORMING A TEAM TO PLAN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SCRROL RECOMMENDATIONS: THE SANTA CLARA/RIVER ROAD IMPLEMENTATION PLANNING TEAM (SCRRIPT)
The origin of Spring Creek is not known. Today it begins not far from Spring Creek Elementary School and flows relatively north; though in past decades, maps show it starting much farther south. Spring Creek is part of the Upper Willamette Valley flood plain, including Willamette River tributaries. (See Attachment)
Santa Clara is a community of 4242 acres on the northern fringe of the City of Eugene, Oregon. It began its existence as a sleepy outpost farming community and officially became Santa Clara in 1890 when Colonel A.J. Straight bought a large chunk of land here and named it after his home in California. The area’s identity became attached to Eugene as large suburban development began here between 1960 and 1975. Today there are about 20,231residents and about 53% of the area is incorporated with the City of Eugene.