Art Celebrating Multnomah

Neighborhood Association

Painting by Erik Sandgren

Erik Sandgren

New Paintings Depict Multnomah's Advocacy:

- Listing Multnomah School (Arts Center) on the National Register

- Notification for Sale of Public Property (Freeman Water Tank)

- Wetlands Protection (Spring Garden Park)

- Heritage Status for Landmark Trees

- Preserving the Historic Character of Multnomah Village

Featured Artists: Reid Austin, Agnes Forgo Kovacs, Emily Miller, Kiel Parsons, Erik Sandgren, Katherine Widowski, Jacob Wooten, Nancy Zhang, and Yong Hong Zhong

Show Runs though March 22, 2020

Elisabeth Jones Art Center

516 NW 14th Ave.



Spring is on her way...

Photo by Maria Thi Mai

Do you have something to say to our mayor? He'll be coming to the March 10, Multnomah Neighborhood Meeting beginning at 7pm. In his first term, Mayor Ted Wheeler has focused on homelessness as he seeks reelection.




Multnomah Needs Your Support Flyer (pdf)



Middle Housing Policy

Appealed to the  

Oregon Court of Appeals

Brief Filed

The LCDC and the City filed their Responses on July 3, 2019.  
The MNA filed a Reply on July 24, 2019.


Oral Arguments January 9, 2020

We are waiting for the Court's Ruling

Read more on the Multnomah NA Land Use page


Multnomah’s Vision:

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.


Contact Us

Chair: Maria Thi Mai,

Mailing Address:

Multnomah Neighborhood Association
c/o Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc.
7688 SW Capitol Hwy.
Portland, OR 97219