The Emerald ash borer (EAB) is an invasive beetle responsible for the loss of 100 million ash trees since its arrival in the US. EAB was spotted for the first time in Oregon this past summer in Forest Grove. Urban Forestry staff at the City of Portland are participating in a statewide task force and taking other […]
Trees of Arnold CreekTuesday, August 9th – 6:45 pm Please join your neighbors from Arnold Creekon Tuesday August 9th at 6:45 in the eveningfor a walk exploring The Trees of Arnold Creek. Our tour guides, Liz Marantz and Portland Neighborhood Tree Stewards Nancy Mattson and Ryan Gilpin (Ryan is also a Consulting Arborist) will lead
PBOT is selecting projects for funding, from the Southwest in Motion (SWIM) project list. This is an opportunity to make your voice heard and get BP-40 funded! See the website for details, arnoldcreek.org.
Applications Due: Monday January 17, 2022 @4:59pm Requested amounts may range from $2,000- $4,900. Funds will be eligible for reimbursement for project or programming expenses starting in February 2022 ending February 1, 2023. To qualify, your project must meet at least one of our program’s goals: Increase the number of people who are involved and engaged in their communities;
On December 22, 2021, Arnold Creek Neighborhood Association urged Portland Bureau of Transportation to fulfill their promise of pedestrian access to our grocery store and shopping mall that was made December 4, 2019, when City Council adopted Southwest in Motion (Resolution No. 37464): link to records of adopted plan. See page A-26: A walkway connection from
Neighborhood MeetingTuesday, November 23, 20216:30 PM The original proposal for a Residential Care Facility (Miracle Heights) on the south side of Clara Lane at Boones Ferry was withdrawn earlier this year. However, a second application has been filed with the city. The main changes are the addition of an owner’s apartment in the basement and
Learn about land use, mobility, social justice and racial equity from a transportation perspective. Instructed by Senior Transportation Planner Thuy Tu. Free to attend for Portland residents. 10 Week Online Class – Thursdays 6:40pm, Starting September 30Apply by August 29th
Please join your neighbors from Arnold Creek and West Portland Park on Tuesday July 13th at 7 in the evening for a Walk exploring the Headwaters of Arnold Creek. Our trusty tour guides will lead you on a loop walk looking at trails and cut throughs, land use and zoning, gardens and goats, restaurants, shops and