04/26/18

Neighborhoods Without Walls: A Conversation on Houselessness

Sisters of the Road, Right 2 Survive, and the Foster-Powell and Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Associations are collaborating to bring the community together for “Neighborhoods Without Walls: A Community Conversation on Houselessness” on the morning of May 19, 2018 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church.

Attendees will learn about, and engage with, members of Portland’s houseless community to brainstorm ideas for solving community challenges relating to houselessness, and participate in discussions and exercises led by those with lived experience of housing displacement and survival outside.

Join us early for morning coffee. Doors open at 9:30a. Program starts at 10:00a. Refreshments will be served. Childcare and translation services are available with prior arrangement. We hope you can attend.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED and will be prioritized to residents of Foster-Powell and Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhoods. Please click the ticketing link for registration.

What: Neighborhoods Without Walls: A Community Conversation on Houselessness
Date: Saturday, May 19
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Location: St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 5415 SE Powell Blvd, Portland, OR 97206
To register, click here.

This event is sponsored by a Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Small Grant.


If you are interested to host a Neighborhoods Without Walls community conversation curated for your neighborhood, please contact Elspeth Tanguay-Koo at 5 0 3 – 8 0 3 – 4 1 3 5 or at Roadies-SPEAK at googlegroups.com.

04/19/18

2018 Neighborhood Cleanup Saturday: May 5th

Does shattering household items provide you with a deep sense of satisfaction?

Well, now you can smash and shatter for your neighborhood! In fact, your neighborhood NEEDS you to smash and shatter…and throw and stomp and crush at the Neighborhood Cleanup!

The Mt. Scott-Arleta and Foster-Powell Neighborhood Associations will host our joint annual cleanup event on May 5th, and we need 50 volunteers to help unload cars, throw household items, and smash stuff to fit it in the bins.

Volunteer to Help at the Clean Up

If you’d rather repair, repurpose, and reuse, well, we need you too! The cleanup isn’t just about sending bins full of garbage to the dump. It’s also about finding the treasure in the trash, and volunteering means you get first pick of all of that beautiful treasure.

Volunteers also get to deliver a load of trash for FREE. And they get fed. Last year we had tons of Henry Higgins bagels, Arleta Library Cafe pastries and coffee, sandwiches, chips, and a bunch of other stuff. This year will be even better.

Food, free stuff, and smashing for your hood. Does volunteering get any better than this?

Event Details

Date: May 5th, 2018
Time: 9:00am – 2:30pm
Location: Arleta School, SE 66th and Mitchell

Click here to volunteer, and we’ll send you a couple updates and reminders along the way and see you on May 5th!

Click here to get event details and learn what kind of items we can accept and what kind of items are not allowed.

04/11/18

Take the Portland Water Bureau Bull Run Filtration Survey

The Portland Water Bureau is working on new treatment processes for the Bull Run drinking water source to meet state and federal regulations for water quality.

Future projects include:

The Water Bureau wants to hear from you to help guide initial decisions that will be made on some of the key aspects of the future filtration plant

Take the 5-Minute Filtration Survey

Take this 5-minute survey to tell the Water Bureau what matters to you most about the quality of your drinking water and the filtration plant.

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TAKE THE SURVEY   >>>  http://bit.ly/FiltrationSurveyNA

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