March 17th, 2020,
In these new uncertain times, our goal at Pacific Real Estate Services remains the same: to provide our tenants and clients with efficient and responsive support. Our first priority is to ensure that we are continuing to promote a safe and healthy work environment, both within our own managed properties, as well as during Client and/or site visits, when required.
On this page please find updates about our services, links to reliable news resources, and guides for access to the variety of services from our amazing tenants.
Lane County Health – https://lanecounty.org
Oregon Employment Department – https://govstatus.egov.com/ORUnemployment_COVID19
CDC Newsroom – https://www.cdc.gov/media/index.html
Support Your Local Restaurants
With people staying home many Eugene restaurants are struggling to keep their doors open. Consider ordering take-out from your favorite restaurants to help support them and their employees.
Confirmed on Tuesday the 24th: Sizzle Pie is offering delivery of their full pies (no slices), salads, and garlic knots! ** Take-Away only**
- Order delivery or pick-up direct from SizzlePie.com
“Social Distancing” Specials
Tuesday the 24th, ALL ORDERS 24% OFF!
Wednesday the 25th, ALL ORDERS 25% OFF!!
Future deals to come!
There are several organizations that are creating programs for financial assistance for people who’s income is disrupted by COVID-19. We will add more of them here as we learn of them.
EWEB – Crisis relief
To support customers who are economically impacted, EWEB is implemented several crisis relief measures. Call EWEB Customer Service at (541) 685-7000 for help in paying your utility bills or setting up payment plans.
City of Eugene Renter and Worker Resources
The City is collaborating with economic development partners, including Lane County, the Oregon Employment Department, Lane Workforce Partnership, the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, the Small Business Development Center at Lane Community College, and Business Oregon, to provide information and assistance to area workers.
City of Eugene Small Business Emergency Resources
The City of Eugene is aware that the responses to concerns over the COVID-19 virus is affecting businesses. The City is collaborating with economic development partners, including the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, the Small Business Development Center at Lane Community College, and Business Oregon, to provide information and assistance to area employers. This web page is a resource for key information and resources that affect businesses:
Disaster Loan Assistance
Federal Disaster Loans for Businesses, Private Nonprofits, Homeowners, and Renters