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Going to a Ducks game?

Here's how you can support Emerald Village at the same time! The University of Oregon has a brand new rule that disallows bringing anything into the football stadium that isn't in a clear plastic bag or container. Some of our residents at Emerald Village learned about this, and thought it could be an excellent fundraising opportunity. They've ordered custom tote bags and drawstring bags (see below) and will have tables set up around Autzen Stadium to sell them during the first four home games (September 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd). Be sure to look for us and get your required clear bag while supporting a great cause! We'll have tables at 4 Game Day Locations: 1) On MLK South-side of the street

Oregon Community Foundation at Emerald Village

In 2016, Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) funded a three year capacity building grant to help SquareOne Villages grow. We were pleased to host the entire OCF Board for a tour of Emerald Village during their annual meeting this year, in which the foundation celebrated 20 years of charitable giving!

4th Annual Paella in the Vineyard — September 16th, 2018 [ Sold Out ]

Join us at King Estate Winery on September 16th for this fun and inspirational event. We'll enjoy wine, food, and good company in a beautiful country setting. When: Sept. 16, 2018 4:00 - 7:00 pm Wine & hors d'oeuvres at 4 pm Paella Dinner from local paella chefs at 5pm Where: King Estate Winery 80854 Territorial Hwy. Eugene, OR 97405 Program: Hear from some of the new residents of Emerald Village, and our special guest speaker: Val Hoyle, Oregon Labor Commissioner The evening will include a "paddle raise" to support the continued work of SquareOne Villages, a non-profit developing self-managed tiny home communities for people in need of housing with very low-incomes. Co-hosts: Co-hosts:

Oregon's newly proposed tiny house code

Months of advocacy and countless meetings feels like it's finally paying off after Oregon Building Codes Division recently proposed more reasonable standards for the design and construction of tiny homes, which are defined as 400 square feet or less in floor area. Rather than recognizing tiny houses in into the official state building code, the proposed approach would adopt the new standards under the Oregon Reach Code. The Reach code is a voluntary set of standards outside of the state building code, available at the designer or builder's discretion, and requires building officials to accept structures built to it. The proposed code would provide tiny houses built on permanent foundations t

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