Category: City of Portland

LUC Looks at Potential Impacts of Comp Plan on Woodstock

WNA’s Land Use Committee meets Wednesday, June 17 at 7:00 p.m. at the Woodstock Community Center. Land Use Committee Co-chair Ben Bortolazzo will facilitate the meeting. The main topic is the proposed comprehensive plan map, which has just been released by the Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS), as… Read More»

City invites citizen input on budget

The City of Portland invites you to participate in the four upcoming budget-related events. City Utility Rate ReviewWednesday, March 19th, 6:30pm-8:30pmParkrose High School Theater12003 NE Shaver StreetPortland, Oregon 97220Community Budget ForumWednesday, April 9th, 6:30pm-8:30pmPortland Community College, Sylvania CampusPerforming Arts Center12000 SW 49th AvePortland, Oregon 97219 Community Budget ForumTuesday, April 22nd,… Read More»

March 6 Forum on the Portland Public Water District

March 6 Forum on the Portland Public Water District May 2014 Ballot MeasureMarch 6, 7-9 p.m. Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church, 5541 SE Belmont St., basement dining hall Chief Petitioners Floy Jones and Kent Craford will discuss the extensive history supporting the need for utility reform and review the specific provisions… Read More»

New Berkeley Tennis Courts will be a Great Resource for Woodstock Neighborhood Families

Woodstock neighbors warmly welcomed Geri and Jim Rovello to our January 8th meeting to talk about the impressive tennis court renovation project they are spearheading at Berkeley Park, funded by the memorial fund named for their son. Click here to download a one-page PDF information sheet about the Alex Rovello… Read More»

Portland Police bureau wants your input!

The Portland Police Bureau would like to hear from you! The bureau is seeking input from neighborhoods regarding policing services through a brief survey posted on the Police Bureau website:  The survey results will assist Police Bureau management in the development of the bureau’s programs and service priorities for… Read More»

“Out of the Mud” meeting #2 scheduled for October 22

This is a confirmation for neighbors with an interest in learning more about alternative options being proposed by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) for improving unimproved streets. At WNA’s October 3rd meeting, we had a presentation on this topic by Christine Leon, PE, Development & Street Systems Management Division.… Read More»