City of Eugene Designated Safe Sleep Site NOW OPEN
The City of Eugene’s newest Safe Sleep Site – operated by St. Vincent de Paul – is now open at 410 Garfield Street. This site includes an indoor facility with 86 safe, heated spaces and a variety of features to support health and stability.
Update 03/17/22: As of today, any member of Eugene’s unsheltered population may apply to St. Vincent de Paul’s Safe Sleep Site at 410 Garfield regardless of their park restriction status from the Stay-In-Place Sites issued by the City of Eugene. To apply, please use the waitlist link below.
How is the Safe Sleep Site Kept Healthy and Safe?
The site features 86 total camp spaces inside a heated building. Each camp space is provided with a mat, tent (8’ x 8’ x 8’ canopy-style), sleeping pad and bag, a radiator-style electric heater, chair, and side table. Indoor gathering areas offer comfortable seating arrangements, TV and reading areas and a dining room space. Also provided onsite: restrooms, clean water, garbage service, shower trailers, and access to medical and social services. Violent or threatening behavior can not be tolerated onsite, nor can weapons or illegal drugs. To keep the site secure, no visitors are permitted except outreach workers, case managers, and medical personnel. Smoking will only be allowed in a designated area on the site. Residents are expected to follow guidelines for preparing and storing food, fire safety, heating, storage, waste management and illness prevention.
For general questions please call (541) 359-9860.
Individuals can sign up here for the Safe Sleep Wait List: