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Energy and rental assistance updates [Central Oregon]

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We just received this important announcement from NeighborImpact's Janet Merrell:

Energy Assistance is available in 2 ways

1 - NeighborImpact is currently offering energy assistance to prevent shutoffs for all utilities. Clients who are facing shutoff should call 541 504-2155 as soon as they receive a date for their shutoff. This can be a past due, final notice or door hanger as long as there is a shutoff date given.

Eugene Water and Electric Board customers may qualify for energy assistance | Lane County

By Deb Kallen, Communications Assistant

A family of four with a gross household income under $3,577 may now qualify for energy assistance through the Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB) Customer Care Program. Here are the guidelines for other household sizes:

Family Size                          Gross Income

Apr. 25- May-1 Alerts - Disaster preparedness, a job fair and energy assistance | Multnomah and Clackamas Co.

By Matt Kinshella, Communications Director

Slow-ish week in Multnomah and Clackamas, but the PCC job fair is always worth checking out. Also, in the wake of Japan's disaster, you can't be well enough prepared. If we missed anything, email us.