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Jazz Night 2024 at the Village Ballroom on March 8th!

Jazz Night is back! The Woodlawn Elementary PTA is  delighted to host this special event on Friday, March 8th, 2024 at The Village Ballroom from 5:30 – 9 pm at Village Ballroom. Jazz Night dates to 2017 when parents conceived it as a tribute to the 1950s jazz scene on…...

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Home Ownership Retention & Repair Program Available for Eligible Woodlawn Residents

PCRI’s homeownership retention/home repair program objective is to foster homeownership stability for low- and moderate-income homeowners, aged 55 and older, living within the City of Portland. This program is designed to prevent community displacement and assist elders with aging in place. Eligibility Homeowner must be 55 or older Home must…...

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Woodlawn Neighborhood Association T-Shirt Fundraiser!

We have partnered with a local screen printer via 501(c)(3) Cada Casa to organize a T-shirt fundraiser for the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association (WNA). T-shirts are $25 each, $15 of which will go directly to the WNA. Sizes are standard gender-neutral adult, high-quality soft cotton material and run true to size.…...

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Woodlawn Neighborhood Association February 6, 2024 Agenda

Woodlawn Neighborhood Association General Meeting Agenda Tuesday, February 6, 2024 at 7:00 pm Please make every effort to join us In Person at Classic Foods: 817 NE Madrona   Or online on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/3014662210?pwd=d3VKbXkzVldqYzNWU2RwVm9OUkZyZz09 Meeting ID: 301 466 2210 Passcode: WNA Also online at Facebook Live Welcome and Vision: “In the…...

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News: Office of Community & Civic Life to Be Overseen by Mayor

Office of Community & Civic Life, Office of Equity and Human Rights join Mayor’s Portfolio Dear neighbors, community partners, and neighborhood associations, On Monday, Mayor Wheeler announced the move of the Office of Community & Civic Life and the Office of Equity and Human Rights to his portfolio. This move…...

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NE MLK Jr. Blvd Corridor Safety Investment Strategy

  NE MLK Jr Blvd Corridor Safety Investment Strategy The NE Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard project will enhance pedestrian crossings and reduce gaps between crossings to improve safety, access transit, and access to destinations along MLK. A one-page description of this project can be found here: LUTC NE MLK…...

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Comment on Proposed Tri-Met Bus Route Changes by February 11, 2024!

As you will see below, these proposed bus route changes affect the Woodlawn neighborhood. Read on to learn more. You can give your feedback online about these changes by February 11, 2024. We’re excited to continue implementing the Forward Together Service Concept focused on growing ridership and improving connections for…...

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New Traffic Cameras In and Near Woodlawn

Heads Up! Speeding is a top contributing factor to deadly crashes across the Portland region. Speed and intersection safety cameras are a proven tool to support safe speeds, reduce dangerous speeding, and save lives. The Vision Zero team at the Portland Bureau of Transportation contacted Woodlawn Neighborhood Association to let…...

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The Woodlawn Neighborhood Plan

On July 28, 1993, a formal Woodlawn Neighborhood Plan was adopted. This grew out of a land use study area of the Albina Community Plan. Each of the thirteen neighborhoods within this study participated in the district planning process by developing a neighborhood plan. The plans were intended to address…...

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Woodlawn Neighborhood Association By-Laws

Below is the text of the official bylaws of the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association last reviewed and updated in May 2014. A link to a PDF of this document with a table of contents is here: WNA Bylaws from 2014. WNA Bylaws 2014 BYLAWS of the WOODLAWN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION, INC. Article…...

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