Category: Bulletin Board

FREE Spay/Neuter Special in February

My name is Olivia and I work for the Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon (FCCO), a nonprofit spay/neuter program for feral (frightened), stray (lost or abandoned) and pet cats. I’m writing to you because FCCO is offering FREE spay/neuter services for feral and stray cats in February and we think people in your neighborhood may be interested in this special. Founded in 1995, our mission is to reduce the population of feral and stray cats and improve their welfare, and we have helped nearly 90,000 cats. Throughout February we plan to help 500 feral and stray cats for FREE and want to […]

Priced Out has five more upcoming free screenings in Portland and we’re adding more every week.

Upcoming Shows Priced Out has five more upcoming free screenings in Portland and we’re adding more every week. On Feb 18, Priced Out will show at Self Enhancement Inc. alongside the award-winning James Baldwin documentary I am Not Your Negro. That screening will be followed by a discussion with Baldwin’s niece Aisha Karefa-Smart. We’re very excited to be part of this great series. This show and many others are now listed on a new events page on the Priced Out website. We seem to be adding new community screenings each week. So check back to this page periodically to find out if there’s a show coming to your area. […]

SE Uplift Dessert Open House Sat Jan 13th 7pm

You Are Invited FREE Desserts! Cookies!  – grab a neighbor, friend or family member and come satisfy your sweet tooth!  Do you have Questions about SE Uplift? Curious about what we do? SE Uplift Neighborhood Coalition invites you to a Dessert Open House on January 13th at 7 pm. Come meet our staff, learn about our programs and visit our space. Feel free to bring your favorite dessert to share with the community. Do you want “a slice of the pie?” Let’s work together to build more friendly and welcoming neighborhoods! *Homemade vegan chocolate chip cookies, made by SE Uplift staff. Learn more

Hollywood Booster Lunch: Wednesday, December 6 at 11:30am

December Monthly Membership Luncheon Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 11:30am-1pm Columbia River Brewing-Portland, Oregon Members who bring a small door prize will be able to say a few extra words about their business in front of the group. Also, we are collecting unwrapped new toys for the FOX-12 Toy Drive. Lunch served $12 including gratuity – please prepay at the bar & get a red ticket Remarks – Maura White, 2017 HBBA President Introductions – Name, Business & December Fun Speaker: – Ted Bender from OregonSaves.com Committee Updates/Action: Board Elections for 2018 Veteran’s Parade Report Hollywood Clean and Safe – Need […]

Early Notice – Citywide Land Use Group – Monday, November 27, 2017 – 7:00 to 9:00 pm – Room 2500 B, 1900 Building – 1900 SW Fourth Avenue

Subject: Early Notice – Citywide Land Use Group – Monday, November 27, 2017 – 7:00 to 9:00 pm – Room 2500 B, 1900 Building – 1900 SW Fourth Avenue Making Neighborhood Association contact work right from the beginning. Citywide Land Use Group will end the year with concrete examples of how Neighborhood Associations have been a positive help to strengthen communication with everyone who lives and works within the map-defined boundaries of each Neighborhood Association and Coalition segment of the city of Portland. Sara Wright, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability will explain a proposed project called Early Neighborhood Contact. The […]

Portland for Everyone will be presenting at the January KNA meeting

Portland for Everyone is a coalition of community organizations, individuals, and local businesses that support those land use policies that will help provide abundant, diverse & affordable housing options in all of Portland’s neighborhoods. Together, we will urge the Portland City Council and other civic leaders to make inclusive and equitable land use and funding decisions that will: Provide plenty of affordable and diverse housing options in all Portland neighborhoods Prioritize housing for historically and currently under-served populations Prioritize housing for humans over housing for cars Allow more people to live in areas with good access to transportation, parks, and […]

Southeast Conversation Announcement & Website

Hello, Everyone, There will be a community meeting to discuss safety issues with City officials tomorrow evening, Thursday, November 16, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at TaborSpace. Please see the attached flyer for the specifics. Everyone is welcome to attend. (I won’t be able to attend, I’ll be celebrating my Mom’s 84th birthday, so I’ll see you another time!) Teri Teri Poppino Crime Prevention Coordinator | Inner Eastside Office of Neighborhood Involvement 4747 E. Burnside Portland, Oregon 97215 503-823-0540 (office) teri.poppino@portlandoregon.gov http://www.portlandoregon.gov/oni/cp

Graffiti Task Force Meeting

Tomorrow November 16th, the Office of Neighborhood Involvement Graffiti Abatement Program will be hosting a Graffiti Task Force Meeting that is open to the public. While it is going to be located at 1626 SE Water Avenue all people with concerns and want for training and information are encouraged to attend. The meeting will include the following information: • Reporting statistics September 19th- October 19th; October 19th – November 15th. • Graffiti removal routes • Cleanup events • Trending tags • Police Bureau contact for graffiti concerns • Office of Neighborhood Involvement reorganization updates. Details for the meeting are listed […]