Be a Part of Shaping the South Burlingame Neighborhood
South Burlingame is a small neighborhood but we are mighty.
We have dynamic, interested and selfless neighbors who are passionate, engaged, community-driven and show up when called upon to do so. We believe in good and bad times we can depend on one another; now more than ever. We are hoping that you feel the same and will consider joining the South Burlingame Neighborhood Association Board.
We will be holding elections soon and there are several positions that are worth considering with varying levels of responsibility and time commitment so you can engage where you have to time and expertise to give.
We are looking to have a committee representative for each of the following SWNI committees that meets once a month with the other 16 SW neighborhood representatives (time commitment is generally an hour once a month):
- Safety Committee
- Land Use Committee
- Schools Committee
- Equity Committee
Currently the board has 7 At Large Board Members and 4 Board Officers that include the roles of President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. We have a couple of members that will be leaving the board at the end of their terms and would love to have you join us. The board meets the 2nd Thursday of each month for an hour.
***** Thursday, JUNE 11, 2020 ****
****Meeting via Zoom******
7:00 - 8:00 pm
email firstname.lastname@example.org for meeting specifics
All meetings are open to the public. Everyone is welcome.
DRAFT APRIL 9, 2020 Board Meeting minutes: (APRIL 2020)
DRAFT MAY 14, 2020 Board Meeting minutes: (MAY 2020)
TriMet SW Corridor So Burlingame NA (PDF)
Please let email@example.com know if you are interested in joining the board.
SWNI Equity and Inclusion Committee Equity and Inclusion Best Practices:
SWNI Equity and Inclusion Committee Racial Equity Policy:
Historical Context of Racist Planning in Portland
3.96 Code Change
A draft Letter from SBNA to the City about the proposed 360 code changes.
This is a Work-In-Progress.
DRAFT SBNA Code 3.96 letter
Join your neighbors and local businesses! Have a say!
Please sign up to be a member of SBNA. Only members can vote at general assembly meetings. You are eligible for membership if you live or own property within the boundaries of the South Burlingame Neighborhood Association or you have a business license, are a non-profit organization or institution operating within the bounds of South Burlingame Neighborhood. Any business, non-profit, or institution must appoint one representative only. Enter your address at portlandmaps.com to see what neighborhood you reside in.
The South Burlingame Neighborhood Association (SBNA) meets on the second Thursday of the month during the school year. View the Southwest Neighborhoods Calendar to confirm scheduled meetings and events.
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After the City Council decided against Riverview Abbey’s Macadam Ridge development, Riverview Abbey appealed the decision to the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA). In December 2018, our attorney and the city attorney appeared before LUBA to defend the City Council decision. In January 2019, we again learned we had won.
MACADAM RIDGE **** PROTECT PORTLAND'S LIVABILITY **** UPDATE 4.18.19
WE won at LUBA AND the appeal to the Oregon Court of Appeals...
- Riverview Abbey's Opening Brief - shrank_1.pdf
- Brief - Answering - shrank (Part1).pdf
- Brief - Answering - shrank-2 (Part 2).pdf
- Brief - Answering - shrank (Part 3).pdf
Portland City Council approved (vote 5-0) SBNA's appeal on Macadam Ridge decision. Our thanks go out to the Mayor, the City Council and all who care about the livability, sustainability, and safety of SW Portland. Thank you.
Council Vote (7 minutes): https://youtu.be/NwIEoFEjdrw
Council Discussion and vote (27 minutes): https://youtu.be/Df0CxnBMHpQ
SBNA Board Members 2019-2020
Officers of the Board
- President: Rob Lennox (term 2019-2021)
- Vice President: Shannon Hiller-Webb (term 2018 - 2020)
- Secretary: Carol Porto. (term 2018 - 2020)
- Treasurer: Lynn Pearson (term 2019-2021)
At-large Board Members
- Jim Carleton (term 2018 - 2020)
- Jim Leno (term 2019-2021)
- Sam Pearson (term 2019-2021)
- Scott Richman (term 2019-2021)
- Julie Koenig (term 2018 - 2020)
- Mike Andrews (term 2018 - 2020)
- Diane Victoria (term 2019-2021)
Where We Are Located
The South Burlingame Neighborhood of Portland Oregon is located approximately 4 miles south of downtown Portland. It has an area of approximately 0.42 square miles and borders the Multnomah Hillsdale and South Portland Neighborhoods on the north; Riverview Abbey on the southeast; the Collins View, Marshall Park and Marquam Neighborhoods plus an Unclaimed Area where Riverview Cemetery is located on the south. Its geographic coordinates are 45.466 degrees North and 122.688 degrees West.
The boundaries are SW Barbur Boulevard, Miles Street, Brier Place, S½ Canby Street and its imaginary extension east to SW Taylors Ferry Road on the north and east; and on the south by SW Taylors Ferry Road and Spring Garden Road. Interstate 5 bisects a narrow portion of its northerly boundaries.
How to be Involved in Your Neighborhood
South Burlingame Neighborhood Association is involved in many events. Some neighbors like to organize events like picnics and block parties. Others prefer to work around environmental issues, where neighbors participate in park cleanups and stream restorations, while other neighborhoods are involved in land use issues, carefully monitoring livability concerns. All activities make a difference and there is bound to be something that appeals to everyone, find out how you can get involved. Please contact our Chair.