What’s going on? C’mon out on July 2nd and find out.

7:00 pm at the Woodstock Community Center
(Doors open at 6:30 for pre-meeting socializing) 

WNA’s general meeting, held once monthly on the first Wednesday of each month, is a great place to meet people, find out what’s going on in Woodstock, and how you can help make your neighborhood one of the best places in the world to live!

The July meeting agenda includes a brief update from Rich Newlands on the status of the 20s Bikeway Project, which will be routed along Crystal Springs Boulevard, the southernmost border of Woodstock.

There will be another brief overview about the “Woodstock Charrette,” an intensive, four-day community design process focused on our commercial strip, which is set for Oct. 16, 17, 18 & 20. WNA will be planning some activities in the near future to raise the funds for our contribution to the charrette.

We will also hear from a neighbor who has been experiencing problems at Woodstock Park related to dog owners letting dogs wander outside the defined off-leash area. Come on out and take part in the conversation!

For more information, send an email WNA Chair Becky Luening at info@woodstockpdx.org.

P.S. We’re looking for a captain to head up our kickball team, as Woodstock is set to play Creston-Kenilworth on July 19th in the GAME #1 of the neighborhood kickball tournament organized by Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association. (Read more about the tournament in a separate blog post.)