March WNA Board Meeting Cancelled

The March 11 Woodstock Neighborhood Association Board Meeting has been cancelled.

The next general meeting will be held as scheduled on Wednesday, April 1 at Woodstock Community Center, and the next board meeting will be held Wednesday, April 8. Meetings start at 7 pm.

WNA Plant Sale – Get ready!


Raid Your Garden for the 2020 Woodstock Neighborhood Plant Sale

We need your help for this year’s Woodstock Neighborhood Plant Sale, which benefits the Woodstock Community Center. The plant sale is scheduled for Saturday, May 9th, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the community center, 5905 SE 43rd Ave.

This sale depends primarily on donations from generous gardeners in the community. We are looking for perennials, as well as vegetable starts, herbs, ground covers, native plants, ornamental grasses, houseplants, and small trees and shrubs. We encourage you to contribute plants from your garden, potting them by March or early April in preparation for the sale.

Proceeds from this sale support volunteer efforts to provide routine maintenance, including custodial service and supplies, for the community center, as part of an agreement with Portland Parks that has helped keep the center open since 2004.

Drop your contributions at the Woodstock Community Center on May 8th, between noon and 7 PM. If you need empty pots or an alternate drop-off time, call Sandy Profeta at 503-771-7724 or Terry Griffiths at 503-771-0011.

Woodstock Community Business Association Annual Meeting

Save the date! The Woodstock Community Business Association will be hosting its Annual Meeting on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at Double Mountain Pizza.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
6:00 PM 9:00 PM

For information, contact

WNA February General Meeting – Wednesday, 2/5 at 7PM

Woodstock Neighborhood Association needs you!

WNA will be electing a new board in May of 2020. It’s not too soon to consider serving.

The WNA board currently has several open seats. Acting as an Area Representative is a simple way to begin serving on the WNA board. A new board will be elected at the General Meeting on June 3, 2020. Board positions include: Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Area Representative (5), and various Committee Chairs. All you need is enthusiasm and a few free evenings a month.

Anyone who works or lives within Woodstock Neighborhood is already a member. The purpose of the association is to improve the livability of the City of Portland and of the Woodstock neighborhood; to promote and support projects and activities that contribute to these goals; and to provide a means for citizen participation and communication in determination of affairs which directly and indirectly affect the Woodstock neighborhood.

For organizing and representation purposes, the neighborhood is subdivided into five geographic sections as illustrated in this simplified map. The Board has positions for an Area Representative from each geographic area.

For questions:

Candidate Forums in Southeast Portland

Updated January 30th, 2020. 

*All graphics and information courtesy of Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association*

BDNA March 2020 Mayor Candidate Event - Landscape Ad (2)

Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association, in partnership with Mt Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association and Woodstock Neighborhood Association, is pleased to present a two-part Portland City Candidate Conversation Series in March 2020!  Both events will be held at Brentwood-Darlington Community Center (7211 SE 62nd Ave, 97206). Limited parking available on site, street parking available nearby.  Short walk from bus line #71.  Light refreshments served.  Childcare provided. Translation upon request.  Building is wheelchair accessible.

March 5th, 2020, 7:00-8:30PM – Candidates for Portland City Commissioner

**Come early at 6:15PM for a special presentation by Portland State University.  More details on this soon!**

Confirmed attending: 

Position 1:

Position 2:

Position 4:

March 31st, 2020, 7:00-8:30PM – Candidates for Portland City Mayor

Confirmed attending: 

WNA January General Meeting – Special Presenter!

Want to know more about aging in place within a community of helping neighbors? Come hear a presentation by Eastside Village!

A representative of Eastside Village will present information at our upcoming General Meeting.

Eastside Village is an interdependent, intergenerational community of neighbors helping neighbors. Its members are individuals and couples who prefer staying in their homes and neighborhoods rather than moving into retirement communities.
However, the Village is not just for those near or already into retirement. It’s for people of all ages who value being part of Portland’s eastside community and want to strengthen their link to it, including through volunteering.
Membership is open to all residents of this area age 18 and older, to include people with disabilities who are not yet seniors. Initial outreach for Eastside Village was made possible in part through grant funding from the City of Portland and SE Uplift’s Neighborhood Small Grants Program. Eastside Village is a program of Villages NW, a nonprofit organization.

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

7-8:30 PM

Woodstock Community Center, 5905 SE 43rd Ave.

WNA General Meeting – Special Presenter!

We will have State Representative Rob Nosse as our special guest presenter. This will be a great opportunity to hear about what’s happening in Salem and how it affects us here in Woodstock. Rep Nosse is a regular reoccurring guest at the WNA, and he is also a regular visitor to Woodstock. All are welcome!

Wednesday, December 4

7-8:30 PM

Woodstock Community Center, 5905 SE 43rd Ave.

Land Use & Sustainability Committee Meeting Agenda – November 20, 2019

7 PM At Woodstock Community Center, 5905 SE 43rd Ave.

  1. Call to order and welcome – Thatch Moyle

2. Presentation by Bjorn Carlson from Lisac Brothers Construction concerning the apartment building to be constructed at 5105 SE Woodstock Blvd.

3. Discussion concerning the meeting with a land use attorney and status of the Joinery project – Thatch

4. Discussion of the latest progress on the Residential Infill Project (RIP) – Les Szigethy

5. Any other progress on the DOZA boundary issue

6. Any other new or old business

Thank you Halloween Party Sponsors!

WNA would like to thank the following very special sponsors and donors who helped our annual Halloween party provide fun for the whole neighborhood:

VCA Animal Hospital                                              Red Fox Vintage

Double Mountain Pizza                                          Tattoos on Woodstock

Papacchino’s Coffee House                                   Homestead Schoolhouse

Otto’s Sausage Kitchen                                         Woodstock Farmers Market

New Seasons                                                        Woodstock Tan

Delta Cafe

Volunteer Appeal at Woodstock Community Center

In 2004, The Woodstock Neighborhood Association entered a partnership agreement with Portland Parks and Recreation in order to keep Woodstock Community Center open for community use. The WNA agreed to provide routine maintenance for the center, including leaf raking. 

The Friends of Woodstock Neighborhood Association needs your help!


EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Please bring leaf rakes and gloves. Bins, tarps, and leaf bags will be provided, as well as a set of “claws” for picking up leaves.

5905 SE 43rd Avenue, Saturdays starting at 9:30 am through November

Come down on Saturdays or contact to make special arrangements for you or your group!