Neighborhood Associations in Southwest Portland

Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. (SWNI) receives grant funding from the City of Portland's Office of Neighborhood Involvement to provide support and technical assistance to 17 neighborhood associations in southwest Portland. Each of the independent neighborhood associations designate a representative to serve on the SWNI board.

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Neighborhood Newsletters

SWNI provides each neighborhood association with the use of Constant Contact, allowing a secure self-subscribing and unsubscribing option for neighbors wanting to receive their association e-newsletter. Association newsletters include event announcements, meeting reminders and neighborhood news. Sign up using the link below. Select your neighborhood association and any other list you want to be included on. Unsubscribe using the link found at the bottom of every newsletter.


Neighborhood Pulse Website

Created by the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies at Portland State University, Neighborhood Pulse provides information about the Portland region’s neighborhoods: how they are changing, who lives there, and the issues of interest to the region’s leaders and residents. 

2010 Census Data for Portland Neighborhoods


Neighborhood associations are volunteer-run non-profit corporations and welcome community members wanting to get involved. Join your neighbors at a regularly-scheduled meeting and share your skills and interests.