National Night Out
Tuesday, August 2
Hamilton Park (next to Bridlemile School)
Music by The Beat Goes On Marching Band! Enjoy a welcoming evening with neighbors, friends and members of the police and fire departments. Ice cream donated by Dairy Hill, and Hot Dogs sale to benefit Bridlemile Foundation. Bring your own picnic and a potluck dessert.
Sponsored by the Bridlemile Neighborhood Association.
Bridlemile Movie in Hamilton Park
Friday, August 26
Hamilton Park, by the soccer fields next to Bridlemile School
Pirates of the Caribbean - Curse of the Black Pearl. Rated PG-13. Free. Fun begins at 6:30pm. Music by Echoes of Yasgurs, food vendors, free popcorn. Movie begins at dusk.
Special thanks to our local sponsors Sweet Pickles Designs and Meridian Trust Real Estate Services. Both of these local companies have provided the support for this year's Movie Night, please be sure to thank each of these businesses for their partnership.
Hosted by the Bridlemile Neighborhood Association.
Enrollment Balancing: Proposed Scenarios
November 22, 2015
Proposals for adjusting boundaries and grade configurations to better balance enrollment were released Oct 29th. Both proposed scenarios directly impact Bridlemile Elementary. The details are available on the PPS Site, including detailed maps by region, link to an Online Survey, and updated community meeting schedule.
Both scenarios would send some Bridlemile students to Gray Middle School and Wilson High. Other students would go to West Sylvan Middle School and Lincoln High, depending on their home address.
SW Stephenson/Hamilton Roadside Swale Project
Update October 23, 2015
Construction is underway on Environmental Services stormwater management projects on SW Stephenson Street between SW 35th Avenue and Boones Ferry Road, and on SW Hamilton Street between SW 40th and 47th avenues. The projects will help protect water quality in Fanno and Tryon creeks. Construction will continue for several months at both locations. The entire project is scheduled for completion in January 2016.
Project maps are available at the project websites:
New Bylaws were voted on, approved and adopted on Sept 9th, 2015
There are some major points we want to highlight that represent some significant changes from our previous bylaws:
See the new bylaws here: BNA Bylaws 2015.
Thank You Volunteers!
Thank You Volunteers past and present; your generous contributions of time and knowledge help make Bridlemile the wonderful neighborhood we all enjoy!
Neighbors working with neighbors and the City to build an even more livable Portland.
More about the Bridlemile Neighborhood Association on the City of Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement website:: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/oni/46671