Woodlawn History Trivia #3

Round three of the Woodlawn Neighborhood online trivia fest. Once again, many of these tidbits were culled from the book, Portland’s Woodlawn Neighborhood , written by our neighborhood historian, Anjala […]

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 […]

Land Acknowledgment & Our Guiding Principles

Woodlawn Neighborhood Association would like to acknowledge that the land we live and meet on is unceded territory, originally home to Indigenous peoples such as the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla […]

Explore the Offerings of the Vanport Mosaic

The Vanport Mosaic is, according to their website, “a memory-activism platform. We amplify, honor, and preserve the silenced histories that surround us in order to understand our present, and create […]

Woodlawn History Trivia #2

Get to know more about the historic buildings and their former occupants right here in the heart of the Woodlawn Triangle. Many of these were culled from the book, Portland’s […]

Woodlawn History Trivia

Several years ago, before the pandemic shuttered in-person gatherings and fun, the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association in partnership with the Oregon Public House hosted a Woodlawn History Trivia Night. Here are […]

Woodlawn Community Garden History and Fun Facts

Did you know that the Woodlawn Community Garden, located next to Woodlawn Elementary School on NE 11th Avenue, was originally a project of the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association (WNA)? And that […]