SPNA Board Meeting June 7, 2017
NUNM’s Radelet Hall 2719 SW Kelly Avenue
SW Urban Trails Walk - Saturday, June 10th, 9AM
The June walk will be led by Don Baack. Participants will walk trail 6 from Hillsdale up to Fairmont, then through SWHRL neighborhood of Portland Heights to the end of Goose Hollow at SW 18th and Jefferson, then returning by MAX and bus. It is 6 miles, 700 feet up and 1000 feet down. Bring bus tickets or money for bus fare, $2.50 for adults under 65, $1.25 for seniors over 65.
We will meet behind the bleachers, near the food carts, at Wilson High School, (SW Sunset Blvd. and SW Capitol Highway) and be ready to depart at 9:00 am. Well behaved dogs are allowed on leash but they will have to either ride the bus as service dogs or you can have someone pick you up. For health reasons, there is no smoking on SW Trails walks.
For more information, or to volunteer to lead a future walk in your neighborhood, contact Sharon Fekety (email@example.com).
Hannah Mason Pump Station - Dedication June 8th, 10AM
On Thursday, June 8, 2017, The Hannah Mason Pump Station located in the south end of Williamette Park will be dedicated at 10 AM. The event will feature remarks from elected officials and neighborhood representatives, site tours and refreshments.
The Hannah Mason Pump Station replaces the Fulton Pump Station to expand capacity for current and future water service needs. The station houses five pumps, public restrooms, and park equipment storage, and its subtle design and landscaping blend into the surrounding environment. In addition to the station there have been a number of upgrades to the park and the paths.
This event is ADA accessible and will be held within the pump station and a covered picnic area. Parking is available onsite at the main parking area, near the boat ramp. The pump station is also easily accessible for pedestrians from the neighborhood via SW Nevada Street.
From the Parking & Transportation Committee
As a reminder residents with parking problems should contact PBOT Parking Enforcement at (503) 823-5195 to report the parking violations. PBOT will send a Parking Enforcement Deputy out to the reported site and ticket any illegally parked vehicles.