Southwest in Motion

Southwest Portland: What do you need to make walking and biking safer and more useful to you in the short term?

Click below to provide your feedback on the walking and biking needs maps!

Walking projects and needs image of walkers  Biking projects and needs image of bike rider

Input generated through this map will help the project team better understand community priorities, learn about needs of specific projects, and identify any new potential projects to include in the plan.

The online maps will be available until March 16th! Fill them out today!

More at City of Portland Southwest in Motion website.

Emergency Preparedness Fair

EP Fair flyer

Sunday, March 4th
Multnomah Arts Center auditorium
7688 SW Capitol Hwy

Neighborhood Emergency Teams (NETs) Preparedness demonstrations:
  • Preparedness demonstrations
  • Water storage/safety/purification
  • Emergency food ideas
  • Demonstration of electricity and gas meter turn-off
 
Information/vendor tables:
  • Portland Water Bureau presentation (1-2 pm, Room #10 'Building a Resilient Water Supply System')
  • Red Cross/FEMA literature
  • NW Seismic demonstration
  • Portland Fire & Rescue fire safety
  • Cascadia Quake Kits
  • NW Natural Gas demonstrations

...and more!
Door prizes! (items and gift cards from Andy and Bax, Cascadia Quake Kits, Costco, Fred Meyer, Target, UU Yogurt, WinCo)
Essentials of knot-tying!
Free samples!
Kid Zone!

Native Plant Swap Goes Live!

You probably knew that planting natives is good for watershed health, but did you know it could also be free? The SW Watershed Resource Center is excited to announce the launch of our newest program, the Native Plant Swap! This fall, we continually heard from you that the biggest barrier to getting involved in native gardening and environmental restoration is the costs and expertise these activities require. To help make these resources truly available for all, we got the idea to crowd-source native plants and knowledge.