Welcome to the Neighborhood


A neighborhood association is a group of residents or property owners who advocate for or organize activities within a neighborhood.

In Portland, a neighborhood association is the officially designated, recognized organization for a specific geographic location. Neighborhood associations are the heart of neighborhood activities. Each of Portland’s 95 neighborhood associations are self-governed by citizen-written bylaws that determine boundaries, the election and function of officers, and the frequency of meetings. Neighborhood associations work to reflect the issues and needs of its neighborhood and serve as the liaison between residents and the city government.

Our association meetings are on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 PM at either St. Barnabas Church on Vermont St. or the Watershed at Capitol hwy/Bertha Ct.

You can find the agenda for our next meeting at the Upcoming Meeting Agenda link above. We try to post the agenda about a week before the meeting.

Click the “What’s New?” link above to view the latest posts on our website.

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Check our calendar for upcoming meeting dates and other events.

In the right column, you will find lots of useful links, including the top stories on other local websites.

 

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