Open Call for Artists
$100 Stipends Available
The Elisabeth Jones Art Center, in celebration of the work of the Multnomah Neighborhood Association, is looking for artwork on these NA actions:
- List the Multnomah School (now Arts Center) on the National Register
- Prevent the illegal sale of public property, the Freeman Water Tank (8625 SW 42nd Ave)
- Fought for the Spring Garden Park (3353 SW Spring Garden St)
- Advocating Heritage Tree status (4124 SW Canby St.)
If you are an artist and you find these subjects interesting please let us know. Selected artists will receive $100 stipend.
Artwork due December 23rd.
Exhibition opens January 2nd.
To participate please send links to your work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Keynote Speakers
Meeting materials can be found on the Meetings page.
|November 12||Mike Myers, Director, Portland Bureau of Emergency Management|
|December 10||Portland Commissioner Chloe Eudaly|
|January 14||Andrea Durbin, Director, Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability and Auditor Mary Hull Caballero|
|February 11||Shannon Callahan, Director Portland Housing Bureau|
|March 10||Elizabeth Edwards, City of Portland Government Relations Director|
Regional Flexible Funds Update
Once every three years, Metro opens a competitive grant process called the Regional Flexible Funds Allocation (RFFA). This is a chance for cities throughout the region to fund new transportation projects. For the 2022-2024 window, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) submitted eight projects (shown in the map above). This week Metro released an initial comparison of these projects across the region.
“This is a great opportunity for you to let Metro know what projects would help make it easier to get from place to place,” said Transportation Commissioner Chloe Eudaly. “I encourage everyone to participate and help make Portland a city where everyone can travel safely, easily and sustainably.”
From now until Oct. 7, the public may submit comments to help Metro decide how to spend $43 million on improving walking, biking, and access to transit. Not all projects will be funded, so it’s crucial you make your voice heard if you think there are projects the region should prioritize.
You can view all of the projects by visiting the 2022-24 RFFA Candidate Projects page on Metro’s website. There you will find an interactive survey where you can review all 23 proposals from Clackamas, Washington, and Multnomah counties.
Middle Housing Policy
Appealed to the
Oregon Court of Appeals
The LCDC and the City filed their Responses on July 3, 2019.
The MNA filed a Reply on July 24, 2019.
Oral Arguments in the Fall
We envision that the Multnomah Neighborhood will remain a place defined by conscientious decision about the preservation of our canopy of trees, open space, and natural areas; limited and thoughtful residential and commercial development; small businesses; and safe streets. It is our vision that the Neighborhood will retain and judiciously improve on its small-town historic charms and small-scale main street Village character. The [Plan’s] policies and objectives were formulated to help realize our vision for Multnomah’s future.
Chair: Maria Thi Mai, email@example.com
Multnomah Neighborhood Association
c/o Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc.
7688 SW Capitol Hwy.
Portland, OR 97219