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 Beaumont-Wilshire   |  Cully  | Grant Park |  Hollywood Madison SouthRose City Park  |  Roseway |   Sumner |   Sunderland

 

Neighborhood Associations organize to reflect the needs and aspirations of their geographic community.

 


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Neighborhood Directory

Neighborhood Demographics

Standards for Neighborhood Associations

Block Party Kit and Guide

Special Communications Fund Application

Neighborhood Website Guide

Crime Prevention

Neighborhood Emergency Preparedness

PortlandMaps and Neighborhood Pulse

 

Each association is self-governed by its bylaws that determine boundaries, the election and function of officers, and the frequency of meetings. Participation in one of 95 Neighborhood Associations is voluntary and open to all residents who live, or work, or own property, and/or a business within a neighborhood’s boundaries. Neighborhood Associations have the responsibility to advocate around issues that affect the  livability, diversity, safety, vitality, and equity in a specific geographic community.

“The best way to resolve any problem in the human world is for all sides to sit down and talk.” Dalai Lama