Multnomah NA General Membership Zoom meeting. 
Tuesday, February 9, 7 to 9 PM

Click here to register for the Zoom meeting

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Agenda coming soon

Click here for the Emergency MNA Bylaws



Apply for the Multnomah County Charter Review Committee. 

Multnomah County is currently accepting applications for Multnomah County's Charter Review Committee. The committee is convened every six years to review our County Charter and if needed, propose changes for voter approval. The charter addresses issues including the powers of county government, the responsibilities of the County Chair and commissioners, and the elections of county leaders.

Serving on the committee is an important responsibility and a unique opportunity for anyone interested in deeper involvement with local government. There is language below my signature that can be shared, and some links to information in Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Vietnamese. There are postings that can be shared on Facebook and Twitter as well. 

If your group is interested in more information about this opportunity, my team would also be happy to deliver a brief presentation and answer questions at a virtual meeting.


Dani Bernstein

Director | Office of Community Involvement

Multnomah County

(503) 988-7903 office | (971) 337-4958 cell

Pronouns: They/Them

Work schedule: Monday through Thursday


Multnomah NA General Membership Zoom meeting. 
Was held on Tuesday, Dec 8, 7 to 9 PM

Click here for the Zoom recording of the meeting.

Featured Speaker: Incoming Portland Commissioner Carmen Rubio  

Click here for the conversation with Carmen Rubio

Click here for the Agenda

Multnomah NA General Membership Zoom meeting. 
Was held on Tuesday, Nov 10.

Click here for the Zoom recording of the meeting
Featured Speakers:
Portland Office of Government Relations Elizabeth Edwards
Wilson Renaming Committee  Martin Osborne and
Noreena McCleave

Neighborhood House Benefits for Seniors Marie Haviland
West Portland Town Center update Joan Frederiksen

 Click here for the Agenda



Multnomah NA General Membership Zoom meeting. 
Was held on Tuesday, Oct 13
Featured Speakers:
Mayoral Candidate Sarah Iannarone
Commissioner Amanda Fritz

Click here for the Zoom recording of the meeting,
including Sarah Iannarone and Amanda Fritz

Click here for the Agenda

Mayor Wheeler answered questions at our September meeting

At our September 8th monthly meeting, we hosted Mayor Wheeler with more than 50 of you participating. The meeting was recorded and available to you. 

Interested in the Mayor's Q&A? Listen below: 
 NOTE: The video runs beyond the mayor's segment, which ends at 1:24:35.


Watch the video

 Click on articles about the Q&A in the Portland TribuneSW Connection and the SWNI News

Update on Canby St Project
The developer for the 4144 SW Canby St project presented their updated plans at a virtual meeting on September 30, 7-9 pm
Sean O'Neill, and the developers have reverted back to a single-family home concept. They will continue to meet with the community as they refine these plans.  They have purchased the property.

Multnomah Needs Your Support Flyer (pdf)


Petition Denied

Oregon Supreme Court

Middle Housing Policy Appeal


Read more on the 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