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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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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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Looking for Our Website? We are gowoodlawn.com!

Just a friendly reminder that the home of the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association on the web is gowoodlawn.com. We will be working to add tags to all of our our posts to ensure that folks searching for us under other terms—WNA, Woodlawn Neighborhood Association, Woodlawn Triangle, Woodlawn in Portland, etc.—will find…...

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Speed cushions have arrived on NE Ainsworth…

NOTICE: The first week of November saw the speed cushions being installed on NE Ainsworth. These are designed to slow traffic down in residential neighborhoods. Residents interested in learning about Woodlawn Neighborhood Association’s summer engagement with PBOT can view the presentation provided at an NECN/WNA convened meeting with PBOT linked…...

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Hidden Woodlawn for the Curious

On Facebook, there is a very fun group called Hidden Portland for the Curious where you can post photos of quirky, arty, peculiar, surprising, and otherwise unusual things you see out and about in your neighborhood and around the city. The only rule is that you need to specifically cite…...

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Take a Virtual Tour of Woodlawn Park and Its Trees

In June 2019, thirty-two volunteers helped map, measure, and identify the trees of Woodlawn Park. In total, 299 trees from 48 different species were recorded at the park. Then the Urban Forestry folks at Portland Parks and Recreation created an amazing virtual tour of the trees that are in Woodlawn…...

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KGW’s Inside Woodlawn: One Year Inside a Portland Elementary School

In 2021, KGW did an acclaimed series called Inside Woodlawn about children returning to school after the COVID-19 pandemic hiatus. You can still view every episode on YouTube here. Or on the Woodlawn Wildcats website....

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Neighborhood Video Screening of the Film, NorthEast Passage

The film, NorthEast Passage: Gentrification in Portland in the 1990s, recently had a screening in Northeast Portland. This article in the Willamette Week profiled the film several years ago. Buy Viagra Online...

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