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********BREAKING NEWS********
Commissioner Amanda Fritz will join us a few minutes at Wednesday's meeting to share information about two ballot measures City Council has referred to the November ballot concerning the Water Bureau and the Bull Run Watershed, as well as other city updates  

Public Notice

SWHRL plans to transfer funds in its Save Our Elms ($1,050)  and Council Crest ($559.73) accounts to our General Account. Please email president@swhrl.org with questions or comments.


Join us at our quarterly membership meeting, Wednesday, October 16th, 6:30 - 8:30 at Ainsworth Elementary School auditorium for an evening of

SW Hills Emergency Preparedness 


Meeting Agenda

Come a little early for cake, and door prizes too
(did you know SWHRL just turned 50?)

SW Hills Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET) leader, Sally Bachman, will provide information about where in the neighborhood to go during an emergency (there are two locations) and how to get additional training.

Sally has invited two guest speakers:

Jeremy Van Keuren, volunteer coordinator and duty office at the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management, will speak about general preparedness for people and pets, neighbors and neighborhoods-- how to prepare and what to expect in the Southwest Hills. 

Allison Pyrch, Geotechnical Engineer at Hart Crowser, will give an overview of structural and land risks from earthquake in the region, including newest info about regional safety.

Read the full NET announcement