Welcome to The Arc Lane County!

The aspirations of people who experience an intellectual and/or developmental disability (I/DD) are high. Just like their peers, people who experience disabilities want to live and work and be valued members of their communities. The Arc Lane County helps children, youth and adults who experience disabilities and their families live full and meaningful lives in their community.


Pole Raising Takes Place at Arc Park, KVAL Lifestyle Matters Segment Airs

Construction of the Comcast Amphitheater, the centerpiece of the first phase of the Arc Park, is taking shape. The four main posts for the amphitheater were hoisted into place late last month. Watch this video to see the pole raising event.

In addition, KVAL’s Matt Schultz interviewed The Arc Lane County Assistant Executive Director Angela Phinney and local parent Lesli Takasugi for the Lifestyle Matters segment that aired on Nov. 30. Watch the segment on the Arc Park’s YouTube channel.

Help Purchase Arc Park Turf This Holiday Season

Thank you to the amazing individuals who donated to the Arc Park on Giving Tuesday. Your generous giving will help us purchase the accessible turf that will be used throughout the park.
We still need more help to reach our $45K goal to buy the turf. YOU can make a difference in the lives of local children this holiday season by making a tax deductible donation.
Read Jesus’ story and donate online today!  You can also text “PlayYourPart” to 63665 to make your tax deductible donation.

Local Companies, Community Members Help The Arc Spread Holiday Cheer

While The Arc was not able to host its annual Tree of Joy party this year, we were able to help families in need this holiday by providing gifts for children and a holiday meal.
This holiday cheer was possible thanks to generous people and business partners in our community, including Eugene Emerald Valley Rotary, Springfield Twin Rivers Rotary, Cobalt Computer Services, First Baptist Church of Eugene, Papa Murphy’s Take ‘N’ Bake Pizza, Cabela’s, Lane Forest Products, The Satre Group, WinCo Foods, as well as Matt Huston and Ken Brown with the Hope Project, and Laura Malin. We greatly appreciate your kindness!





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