Reduce your carbon footprint, save money and live comfortably this winter, all while funding small grants at NECN.

Short version: NECN is teaming up with Umpqua Bank and Neil Kelly to offer weatherization and home energy efficiency upgrades to inner-north and northeast Portland residents. Sign up for a free** home energy audit and NECN will receive $150 per audit for our small grant program. Sign up to attend one of our October Energize Workshops and learn more about the program at:

November workshop dates:
Energize Workshops at Umpqua Bank, 1745 NE Alberta Street

• Saturday, November 10th, 11:00AM
• Thursday, November 15th, 6:30PM

More information: **Residents will pay $150 for the energy audit and receive a $150 rebate from Energy Trust of Oregon. For each free home energy audit or energy upgrade completed as part of Energize Northeast, Neil Kelly will donate $150 NECN to fund their community grants program.

Northeast Coalition Community Committees

Safety and Livability Team Monday, November 19, 6:30pm at NECN
Worried about crime, violence, graffiti or litter in your neighborhood? Join us this month to strategize personalized solutions for your neighborhood!

• Community Economic Development Council Tuesday, November 27th, 6:30PM

• Land Use and Transportation Committee Wednesday, November 28th, 7pm
In November, the committee will hear an update on the Historic Resources Code Improvement Project. Special parking study results forum: At the Planning and Sustainability Commission, Tuesday, November 13th. Meeting starts at 12:30pm, parking study due at 1:30pm. At 1900 SW 4th Ave., Suite 2500A.

• Schools Committee Thursday, November 29th, 6:30pm at NECN

Neighborhood Small Grant Applications

NECN received 17 applications requesting over $26,000 in support. We have $10,200 available to award. Our evaluation committee will convene to decide winners in early December and announce winners in January.

One Response to “NECN Neighborhood Announcements November 2012”
  1. Anjala Ehelebe WNA Board Member says:

    WNA submitted a grant request to help us fund next year’s National Night Out. We’ll start planning for this event in February, whether we get the grant or not.