The Homestead Neighborhood Association meets the first Tuesday of the month (excepting August) at 7 pm at the OHSU Child Development and Rehabilitation Center, 707 SW Gaines (SW 6th Ave Dr. and Gaines St.), Third Floor. Parking is available. View agendas and meeting minutes on the Archives page.
The Homestead NA will meet November 5th at 7 pm at the OHSU - CDRC, 707 SW Gaines.
Meeting notice and agenda
The Homestead Neighborhood Association will meet Tuesday, November 5th at 7pm. Meetings are held at the CDRC, 707 SW Gaines, 3rd Floor. Parking is available.
- The architects for a proposed 34-unit apartment building between 11th and 12th north of SW Gibbs will present information and answer questions. The plans currently provide off-street parking for all units.
Following committee reports, a "work-session" will be held to discuss the current Area Permit Parking Program (APPP). Increased development in the Homestead area is expected to exacerbate parking difficulties in the future. The APPP Committee has been convened to review our current program. The intent of the work-session is to discuss concerns and questions and possible solutions and provide direction to the committee. City Staff have been invited.
- Additional information on Area Permit Parking Programs
January 18, 2019 Homestead NA Requests that Park Bureau Delay Reviews or Actions on OHSU's "Safe and Accessible Pathway" (Gateway) Project until the Marquam Hill Connector Location has been decided.
January 26, 2019 Park Bureau Response to Gateway Letter
The Homestead Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET) held an organizational meeting on November 10th. If you are interested in being part of this team, send an email to email@example.com.
If you are interested in training to be a part of the Homestead NET, visit the PBEM NET page: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/pbem/58587 . You will be able to read all about the training, dates available and how to sign up. There are several residents trained by PBEM (Portland Bureau of Emergency Management), but more members will be needed.
The Marquam Hill Connector project is one of the components of the larger SW Corridor Plan. The plan proposes a mechanized pedestrian and bicycle connection between a proposed light rail station in Lair Hill near SW Gibbs Street and the Marquam Hill medical campuses. The Homestead Neighborhood Association Board endorses Barbur Boulevard versus Naito as the alignment for this project.
Homestead Board writes letter to city regarding unsafe pedestrian access on SW Condor Land
Proposed Trails on un-built Rights of Way
Aaron Clemons, Trails Committee Chair, prepared some excellent maps of some potential trail connectors. These will involve further discussion. The suggested trails are
Whitaker ROW: Multiple sections that lead from Barbur up to Terwilliger through and beyond OHSU Campus.
Curry Trail: Part of the segment between Veterans Hospital Road and 10th. Other possible Curry segments are 11th to 12th and 13th to Marquam Hill Road.
Improve the “demand trail” in existence from the end of Bancroft up to Terwilliger to meet at the stairs on the west side.
Possibly building a trail on the easterly side of the guardrail going up Condor Lane up to Terwilliger.
Condor to Eagle Point Park via Lowell
Nominations are still being taken. If you would like to suggest an unbuilt R.O.W. for a trail, would like to provide information to this group, or are interested in joining, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For nominations, please be as specific as possible concerning the location of the unbuilt R.O.W. and feel free to indicate any additional information that might help convey your ideas.