Mayor and City Council

Vacancy - Application for Interim Ward 7 Councilor 

A printable version of this application can be accessed here.  

Click here to download the application PDF.

The completed application must be received by the City Manager's Office by 5 p.m. on Wednesday November 9, 2022. 

City Manager's Office - Attn: City Recorder

101 W 10th Avenue, Suite 203

Eugene OR 97401

(Incomplete applications submitted will not be considered for the interim appointment process. )

City of Eugene Elected Officials


The mayor serves as the City’s political head and chairperson of the council. She is elected by the City at large on a nonpartisan ballot for a four-year term. The mayor is the formal representative of the City. She presides over City Council meetings but has no vote except in the case of a tie. 

City Council

The City Council, Eugene’s legislative body, has eight members and is responsible for passing laws, setting community goals, adopting policy and deciding which services the City will provide. Councilors are elected on a nonpartisan ballot for four-year terms. One councilor is elected from each of eight wards with one-half of the council elected every two years. Don’t know who represents you? Find your ward.

When submitting comments, please include your ward number or address in your communication to the City Council. Providing this information will identify concerns and questions for the City Councilor representing your ward.

Mayor Kitty Piercy

Mayor Lucy Vinis

01/2021 - 01/2025

Emily Semple, Ward 1

Emily Semple,
Ward 1

01/2021- 01/2025

Councilor Keating

Matt Keating,
Ward 2


Alan Zelenka, Ward 3

Alan Zelenka,Ward 3

01/2019 - 01/2023

Jennifer Yeh, Ward 4

Jennifer Yeh,
Ward 4

01/2019 - 01/2023

City Councilor Mike Clark

Mike Clark,
Ward 5

01/2019 - 01/2023

Greg Evans, Ward 6

Greg Evans,
Ward 6

01/2019 - 01/2023

Ward 7

01/2021- 01/2025

Eugene City Councilor Randy Groves, Ward 8

Randy Groves,
Ward 8