South Burlingame Neighborhood Association

Learn how zoning changes could affect your property and your neighborhood

Send your Comments by Nov 20th

 

   A few of the proposed changes:

  •      Duplexes allowed on any lot in most Single family Residential zones

  •      Triplexes on any corner lot in most zones

  •      Density increased despite of lack  infrastructure (sidewalks, traffic issues, crowded schools)

  •      Minimal improvements in setbacks or height

  •      1 internal and 1 external ADU allowed on most lots

 

Review draft Proposal at http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/657754   

Find your property at   https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/infill/mapapp

Planning staff will be at the Drop in Session to answer questions and explain proposed code details. View the above Draft Proposal.  Details of code are in Volumes 1 and 2.

Your Comments Matter!  Send Comments by November 20th, 2017 by 5 pm          

            Online: www.surveymonkey.com/r/residentialinfill

             Email: residential.infill@portlandoregon.gov

Public feedback will be considered, and incorporated into the proposed draft for the Planning Commission for consideration.   Public Hearings slated for spring 2018 

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PSU Graduate students in Urban Planning invite you to take a survey about walking and bicycling in Southwest Portland. The goal of this survey is to understand the perspectives of residents and visitors to SW Portland neighborhoods.  The survey is part of a class project by Masters of Urban and Regional Planning graduate students at Portland State University. The survey will also inform Southwest In Motion, a short-term refinement, prioritization and implementation strategy by Portland Bureau of Transportation for planned active transportation (walking and bicycling) investments in SW Portland.

   link to the survey is:https://portlandstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_41Gzy41tS6KuUPX

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Next South Burlingame Neighborhood Meeting  !!!! 

Thursday, December 14          See you there !

7:00pm - 8 pm
Capitol Hill School Elementary School Auditorium

8401 SW 17th Ave, Portland, OR 97219

  Join your neighbors and other local businesses.

The South Burlingame NA meets on the second Thursday of the month.
The August meeting, held on the first Tuesday, is a National Night Out party in Burlingame Park. 
View the Southwest Neighborhoods Calendar to confirm scheduled meetings and events.

All meetings are open to the public. Everyone is welcome.

Please sign up ( on top right  button) if you want to be a member of SBNA.  

Only members vote at general assembly meetings.

Join NOW!

 

 


SBNA Board Members

Officers of the Board

  • President: Rob Lennox
  • Vice President: Jim Carleton
  • Secretary: Carol Porto
  • Treasurer: Lynn Pearson

At-large Board Members

  • John Holderness
  • Jim Leno
  • Sam Pearson
  • Scott Richmond

 


Where We Are Located

The South Burlingame Neighborhood of Portland Oregon is located approximately 4 miles south of downtown Portland.  It has an area of approximately 0.42 square miles and borders the Multnomah Hillsdale and South Portland Neighborhoods on the north; Riverview Abbey on the southeast;  the Collins View, Marshall Park and Marquam Neighborhoods plus an Unclaimed Area where Riverview Cemetery is located on the south.  Its geographic coordinates are 45.466 degrees North and 122.688 degrees West.

The boundaries are SW Barbur Boulevard, Miles Street, Brier Place, S½ Canby Streetm and its imaginary extension east to SW Taylors Ferry Road on the north and east; and on the south by SW Taylors Ferry Road and Spring Garden Road.  Interstate 5 bisects a narrow portion of its northerly boundaries.

 


How to be Involved in Your Neighborhood

South Burlingame Neighborhood Association is involved in many events. Some neighbors like to organize events like picnics and block parties. Others prefer to work around environmental issues, where neighbors participate in park cleanups and stream restorations, while other neighborhoods are involved in land use issues, carefully monitoring livability concerns. All activities make a difference and there is bound to be something that appeals to everyone, find out how you  can get involved. Please contact our Chair.