Decision-makers panel: Mayor Charlie Hales, Commissioner Steve Novick, ODOT Region 1 Manager Jason Tell, TriMet General Manager Neil McFarlane, Metro Councilor Bob Stacey, SWNI President Marianne Fitzgerald
This workshop series will help!
Build the Best Practices
Saturday: May 3rd
9 am – 1 pm
Attendance in prior workshops not required.
Location info provided following registration
Location: Multnomah Arts Center, 7688 SW Capitol Hwy, Room 29
Help improve the future of your watershed. Please join project staff from the City of Portland's Environmental Services Bureau (BES) to learn about upcoming projects in southwest Portland. Stop by on your way home for refreshments and information.
Environmental Services works regularly with SWNI and the southwest community to develop watershed plans and projects to improve water quality, address public interests, enhance fish and wildlife habitat, improve infrastructure, and restore watershed functions. Learn about project designs, the status of current projects, and community projects. www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/watersheds
Location: Multnomah Arts Center, 7688 SW Capitol Hwy.
Come to a town hall to tell the city how to pay for transportation maintenance and improvements in southwest. Portland Mayor Charlie Hales, City Commissioner Steve Novick and Transportation Director Leah Treat invite you to join them for a discussion of how to fund transportation maintenance, safety and other needs.
Please join Friends of Spring Garden Park as they celebrate spring, meet neighbors and raise money for further development of the Natural Play Area at Spring Garden Park, just 5 blocks south of Multnomah Village.
The market operates on Sundays from 10am-2pm and is held in the Wilson High-Rieke Elementary parking lot, 1405 SW Vermont St. Parking is available at the north entrance located at the intersection of SW Capitol Hwy and SW Sunset Blvd.
More at: hillsdalefarmersmarket.com.
Location: Portland Christian Center, 5700 SW Dosch Road
Accepting wood, yard debris, bulky waste and scrap metal. New Reuse Alliance Oregon partners will be accepting donations: Community Warehouse, Community Cycling Center, Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Free Geek and Hillsdale Community Foundation Book Collection.
Volunteer to help unload vehicles, assist with pick up from seniors and disabled or pick up litter along neighborhood streets - snacks provided to volunteers.
Contact Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. (503) 823-4592
Location: City Hall, Council Chambers, 1221 SW 4th Avenue
This forum will provide you with the opportunity to share with city council how you will be impacted by the mayor's proposed budget and express which city services are most important to Portland residents. The mayor's proposed budget is schedule to be released April 30th. The forums will be similar to a council hearing, in which you can sign-up to testify before city council. City Budget Office: portlandoregon.gov/cbo/