Some of the cities, towns, and places in Lane County are Ada, Alma, Alpha, Alvadore, Austa, Belknap Springs, Bethel, Blachly, Black Butte, Blue River, Bohemia City, Brickerville, Camp Creek, Canary, Cedar Flat, Cheshire, Cloverdale, Coburg, Cottage Grove, Creswell, Crow, Culp Creek, Cushman, Deadwood, Deerhorn, Dexter, Disston, Divide, Dorena, Dunes City, Elmira, Eugene, Fall Creek, Finn Rock, Flagg, Florence, Franklin, Gillespie Corners, Glenada, Glenwood, Goldson, Goshen, Greenleaf, Heceta Beach, Horton, Indiola, Inlow, Irving, Jasper, Junction City, Lancaster, Latham, Leaburg, Linslaw, London Springs, Lorane, Low Pass, Lowell, Luper, Mabel, Malabon, Mapleton, Marcola, McCredie Springs, McKenzie Bridge, Minerva, Mohawk, Natron, Nimrod, North Beach, Noti, Oakridge, Pleasant Hill, Rainbow, River Road, Riverview, Saginaw, Santa Clara, Searose Beach, Siltcoos, Springfield, Swisshome, Thurston, Tide, Tiernan, Trent, Triangle Lake, Unity, Vaughn, Veneta, Vida, Walden, Walker, Walterville, Walton, Wendling, Westfir, Westlake, Wildwood
Lane County is one of the 36 counties in the U.S. state of Oregon. As of the 2020 census, the population was 382,971, making it the fourth-most populous county in Oregon. The county seat is Eugene. It is named in honor of Joseph Lane, Oregon's first territorial governor.
Lane County comprises the Eugene, OR Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is the third-largest MSA in Oregon, and the 144th-largest in the country.