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    USGS Preliminary Earthquake Report: 4.2 Springfield Oregon

    July 4th, 2015

    Magnitude: 4.2

    Date:  4 July 2015

    Time: 8:42 AM

    Location: 44.072N  122.850 W

    For updates, maps, and technical information, see: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/


    All Clear: Civic Stadium Fire

    June 29th, 2015

    First Responders have the fire under control. Willamette Street remains closed.

    UOAlert! Massive Structure Fire at Civic Stadium

    June 29th, 2015

    06/29/15 6:00 pm

    Massive structure fire at Civic Stadium. Avoid Willamette Street from 19th Ave to 23rd Avenue. First Responders are calling for an evacuation for those within two blocks of the stadium. More information to follow.

    Don’t forget to #GettheVax

    March 5th, 2015

    3/5/15 – 1:11pm

    Meningitis vaccination clinic is open until 8 pm tonight at the Matthew Knight Arena.

    More information about the vaccine: http://healthcenter.uoregon.edu/getthevax.aspx

    More information about meningitis: http://healthcenter.uoregon.edu/meningitis.aspx



    Mass Vaccination Clinic Information March 2-5 – Matthew Knight Arena

    February 25th, 2015

    Clinic Poster

    UOALERT!: Urgent Health Information

    February 11th, 2015

    February 10th – 11:35 am

    Campus community,

    For the third time since mid-January, a University of Oregon student has been diagnosed with Neisseria meningococcemia. This is a bacterial illness that can lead to meningitis, a very serious condition.

    According to Lane County Public Health, the risk of transmission is considered to be quite low. In order for the illness to spread, a person would need to have close contact with the patient for four hours or more over the past seven days. The second and third cases are acquaintances who may have spent time in close proximity.

    The University and Lane County Public Health have identified specific students, faculty and staff who may have had extended exposure to the patients. Those who have had close contact of at least 4 hours cumulatively within one week are being provided with a preventative medication to further reduce their risk of becoming ill, and being asked to seek medical attention for any unexplained fever, headache or neck pain.

    All three students with Neisseria meningococcemia have or are undergoing treatment. Due to patient confidentiality, we are unable to share the name of the student who is currently hospitalized with this illness.

    The University is working closely with Lane County Public Health to provide for the safety of the campus community. If you have not been contacted separately by Lane County Public Health or the University Health Center, you have not been identified as a person at risk.

    For more information and tips on prevention, visit: https://healthcenter.uoregon.edu/Home/NeisseriameningococcemiaFebruary8.aspx

    Michael Eyster
    Executive Director University Health Center

    Suspicious package – all clear 3:03pm

    November 24th, 2014

    UOAlert: Suspicious package incident resolved, area clear. 11/24/14 3:03pm

    Suspicious package @ Matt Knight Arena 11/24/14 2:30 pm

    November 24th, 2014

    UOAlert: Suspicious package reported east of Matt Knight Area. UOPD requests no pedestrian traffic in the area near Parking Lot 33, East Campus Graduate Housing, and Bean East. Emergency response is underway. More details will be posted on this site.

    UOAlert! Test scheduled for 08/18/14

    August 15th, 2014

    There will be a test of the UOAlert! system on Monday, August 18th, at approximately 8:30am. The test will include the following modes: text messages, email, digital displays, and social media.

    06/18/14 – Scheduled Maintenance

    June 18th, 2014

    06/18/14 – 11:06 am

    This site along with the Emergency Management & Continuity website (emc.uoregon.edu) may be impacted by network upgrades scheduled between 7:00 pm on Friday, June 20th and 7:00 am on Saturday, June 21st. The UO Alert! text notification system will be utilized to distribute emergency notification information should the need arise during this timeframe.