Category: News, Info & Resources

New Date for July WNA Meeting

Hello Woodstock Neighbors! Due to Independence Day, our July meeting will be postponed. Enjoy this beautiful summer day with friends and family. And please remember, Portland Fire and Rescue are asking you to keep the big fireworks to the pros! Check out this list of Independence Day events around Portland. July… Read More»

Save Our Community Centers!

The Woodstock Community Center has been tagged for possible closure in the city’s budget process, along with several other small centers. As reported in last month’s e-news, Portland Parks and Recreation’s Requested Budget for 2018-19 recommends closing Woodstock Community Center (WCC), as part of a package of 5% budget cuts.… Read More»

Featured Post

Welcome to Our Neighborhood!

The Woodstock Neighborhood Association (WNA) is an all-volunteer community organization with free membership for anyone who lives, works, or owns property or a business in the Woodstock Neighborhood in SE Portland, Oregon. WNA’s purpose is to enhance community connections and livability in Woodstock and surrounding neighborhoods by promoting and supporting… Read More»

WNA endorses proposed Multnomah County measure to tax sugary drinks

Is it healthful for children to consume sugary drinks?  A growing number of people are coming to the conclusion that it is not.  Some cities—Philadelphia, Oakland, San Francisco, Boulder, Colorado, among others—have passed a tax on sugary drinks. The Navajo Nation also supports a tax. At the August Woodstock Neighborhood… Read More»

Sewer Repair Project update on WNA’s April 5th agenda

Portland Bureau of Environmental Services has completed design of a project to repair or replace approximately 5,600 feet, or about one mile, of public sewer pipes in the Mt. Scott-Arleta and Woodstock neighborhoods. Most of the sewer pipes are more than 85 years old and are deteriorating due to age.… Read More»

Resources for Tenants

Woodstock Neighborhood Association is not a homeowners association and it is not a membership association. It is an association that is open and welcomes the involvement of anyone and everyone who lives, works, or owns property here. Because of all the comments we received on a recent Facebook post regarding… Read More»

Geek Out on Transportation!

  With so much development happening all over Portland, have you ever wondered how all those new buildings (and more people) impact our transportation system? The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has created an online open house for the public to learn about Transportation System Development Charges and provide feedback… Read More»

Back to school: A run-down of Woodstock health hazards

It’s a sad situation for any neighborhood, but it’s not unique: Back-to-school time throughout Portland now means assessing the risks to your child’s health. Here’s a run-down of the factors in play for Woodstock Elementary and Lewis Elementary, the two public schools within the Woodstock neighborhood boundary. At many of… Read More»

Woodstock survey results: Traffic, theft, bias and acceptance

The results of this summers’ neighborhood survey are in; thanks to all who participated. You can delve into the graphs and responses as time allows — but here’s a quick sketch. Background and acknowledged bias: The survey was online and was promoted here, on Facebook and on NextDoor, in the… Read More»

Toxic air: A Woodstock-specific update

As you’ve probably heard, the U.S. Forest Service measured Portland moss samples in 2013 and found some locations with high levels of toxic elements. More details released earlier in June indicate that two locations within the Woodstock neighborhood boundary are among the top eight for nickel and cadmium — but… Read More»