Randy Groves knows Eugene and he has a record of impressive accomplishments. He is your former Fire Chief where he innovated, set the vision, and led the merger between the Eugene and Springfield fire departments - improving service while reducing cost.
Now he is your City Councilor for Ward 8 (since January 2021) because he wants to continue making a difference. He is a force for positive change and he has put his experience, common sense and proven leadership to work for you.
In addition to continuing his service on the City’s Budget Committee, he also serves on the City's Inter-Governmental Relations (IGR) Committee, the Lane Council of Governments (LCOG) Board, the Cascades West Economic Development District (CWEDD) Board, is the Chair of the Metropolitan Policy Committee (MPC) and serves on the Lane County Human Services Commission.
Randy is also a former member of the City's Human Rights Commission (HRC).
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Thank you for your support - I work for you!
“Whether in union leadership or as fire chief, Randy's expertise in health care delivery, fire service, environmental protection, and public safety will continue to be a great asset for our city. I'm thrilled to support Randy Groves for City Council.
(Congresswoman Val Hoyle)
"Great candidates for elected service can be hard to find. Especially those with the track record, experience and commitment Randy has. Rosie and I are grateful Randy is running and he has our support.”
(Chris Pryor, former City Councilor - Ward 8)
"Randy's unique experience and skills will be critical as we cooperate to tackle issues like housing, public health, safety, and climate change."
(Commissioner Heather Buch, Lane County)
Our profession provides opportunity to see the best and worst society has to offer, that experience will fuel Randy Groves’ compassionate and creative approach to his new role in city hall. Your Firefighters are all in for Randy Groves, Candidate for City of Eugene, Ward 8.”
(former President Mike Caven, IAFF Local 851)
While the national homeless count has increased by only 0.3% since 2020, Oregon's homeless population have grown by 24.5% during this same period of time supporting our street responders have been reporting that a large percentage of the population is from somewhere else.