Glenwood, Lane County, Oregon
EmX bus approaches a station in Glenwood, along Franklin Boulevard
|Time zone||Pacific (PST) (UTC-8)|
|• Summer (DST)||PDT (UTC-7)|
|Area code(s)||458 and 541|
|GNIS feature ID||1136321 |
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Glenwood, Lane County, Oregon is an unincorporated community in Lane County, Oregon, United States. Located between the cities of Springfield and Eugene, on the route of the former Pacific Highway, which is now named Franklin Boulevard. Glenwood is in Springfield's annexation and has a Eugene postal address; it forms a bridge between the two cities.
In the past, Glenwood was an agricultural area with bean fields and fruit tree orchards. The town has a significant amount of real estate properties located on the Willamette River.
BRING Recycling's Planet Improvement Center is located in Glenwood and is a non-profit recycler that focuses on reducing waste, reusing resources and the recycling of resources. The Lane Transit District public transportation agency's headquarters is located in Glenwood. Glenwood has a Dari Mart grocery and convenience store on Franklin Boulevard, an army surplus store, a "Cash King" discount liquidation store, auto parts stores, a bar, and restaurants, including the Roaring Rapids Pizza Company pizza restaurant, which has an indoor carousel and riverfront dining. Glenwood also has a central receiving station refuse collection facility that offers many recycling opportunities.
The Emerald Express (EmX) is an express bus rapid transit (BRT) bus service that runs between Eugene and Springfield, and has three stops in Glenwood. On weekdays, bus service runs from approximately from 6:00am to 11:00pm, with lesser stops during weekends.
- October 8, 2006 Register-Guard story about Glenwood
- June 13, 2002 Eugene Weekly cover story about Glenwood
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