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Bridlemile Neighborhood Association

Welcome Bridlemile Neighbors and Friends

The Bridlemile Neighborhood Association monthly meetings are open to the public and we invite you to join us on the second Wednesday of the month. Contact us if you would like to volunteer or have suggestions. We appreciate the valuable contributions of members who live or work in the Bridlemile neighborhood. Like our Facebook page and sign up for the monthly e-newsletter to receive meeting reminders and neighborhood updates.

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Montage of BNA projects. Photos by Victor von Salza and Mike Kortenhof(2nd from left).

Want Safer Streets In Bridlemile?

Bridlemile streets are unsafe for pedestrians and cyclists! Hazards include high vehicle speed, congestion, unsafe crossings, Tri-Met stops and visibility issues; lack of pedestrian or bike paths.
Now is your chance to make a difference. Go to and make your comments.

We're Responding!

  • Hamilton Park Movie Night
  • Better pedestrian safety at Bridlemile School and BH Highway at SW 62
  • Hamilton Park tennis courts resurfaced
  • Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET) improved
  • Stopped erosion in Albert Kelly Park
  • National Night Out picnic and celebration
  • Stopped Hamilton Park climbing sculpture from deterioration



6:30 - 8:00pm
2nd Wednesday of the month (no meetings July or August)
Bridlemile School staff room, 4300 SW 47th Drive
Bridlemile Neighborhood Association meetings are open to all. Join us.
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Meetings and events are announced in the SW News Newspaper and in our email newsletter (sign-up here). Select the "Bridlemile" newsletter.
If you have a topic to talk about, or a project that you want to propose at one of our meetings, please contact Steve Mullinax,, 503-768-906, so that an appropriate amount of time can be scheduled to cover your topic or proposal.


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. Montage of BNA projects. Photos by Victor von Salza and Mike Kortenhof(2nd from left).
SW39th Stoplight, Safe Routes to Schools, SW 54th Place Pedestrian Bridge, Pedestrian Improvements for SW Hamilton (Halo LID) & SW Shattuck