Neighborhoods Associations


The City of Portland invites Neighborhood Organizations to post announcements, news, and or special events on the city’s neighborhood web connector’s front page. To list your organization’s information please, email your information to: Information is updated monthly. To learn more about what’s happening in Portland’s neighborhoods, please visit Portland’s Neighborhood Associations listed in the next column.
For more information, contact Mike Murray, Neighborhood & Island Services Administrator, at 756-8288 or .

  1. City Seeks to Increase Efficiency, Innovation & Safety with Use of LED Street Lighting

    The City Council will review and discuss a proposal at its October 16 meeting to convert street lights in Portland from metal halide and high pressure sodium to LED technology, which has long been a goal of the Council and City in order to reduce costs... Read on...
  2. Mayor Strimling Joins Coalition of 134 Mayors to Launch 10-Minute Walk to a Park Campaign

    Mayor Strimling and the City's Parks, Recreation & Facilities Department has joined The Trust for Public Land, National Recreation and Park Association, and Urban Land Institute in launching an historic “10-minute walk” parks advocacy campaign. Read on...
  3. Council Committee Approves Pesticides Ordinance Following Public Hearing

    The City Council’s Sustainability & Transportation Committee unanimously approved a pesticides ordinance last night following a public hearing. The Committee recommends the ordinance now go before the full City Council for approval. Read on...
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  1. The City of Portland provides space on its website for neighborhood associations to post current events. Neighborhood Associations are created and controlled by their members, not by the City. The City does not verify and is not responsible for the accuracy or content of the information that they post on the City’s website. The City of Portland reserves the right to remove posted information at any time.