Foster-Powell NA recruiting for Board Members

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The Foster-Powell Neighborhood Association has a board opening for:

– Treasurer

The Treasurer is responsible for  all funds belonging to the neighborhood association and receives, deposits, and disburses funds for the neighborhood association. The Treasurer also makes financial reports as to the Board.

Interested? Contact the Chair or Co-Chair (contact information at  or attend our next meeting!

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City of Portland updating the Comprehensive Plan

The City of Portland is updating its Comprehensive Plan, a long-range 20-year plan that sets the framework for the physical development of the city. Portland originally developed it’s Comprehensive Plan in 1980; periodic updates of the plan are mandated by the State of Oregon. The Comprehensive Plan Update will help to implement the Portland Plan, the City’s strategic plan for a prosperous, educated, healthy and equitable Portland. 

You can review the plan, meeting minutes, areas of study, and ways to get involved at

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Foster Lents Integrated Partnership working on plan for Foster Rd

The Foster Lents Integrated Partnership (FLIP) is a collaboration among public agencies, community groups and non-profit partners working together to improve economic, environmental, and social conditions in the Lents, Foster-Powell, Mount Scott-Arleta, and Powellhurst-Gilbert neighborhoods. The group is developing the Foster Corridor Investment Strategy which is a coordinated, prioritized, and implementable set of actions for the Foster Corridor from SE 52nd Avenue to SE 122nd Avenue. Find information about the strategy and FLIP here:

View the Foster Corridor Existing Conditions and Opportunities Preliminary Assessment here:

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