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General MeetingsThird Tuesday of the month
(except in August and December)
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Kaiser Town Hall
3704 N Interstate Ave
(at N Overlook Blvd)
Board MeetingsFirst Tuesday of the month
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The Overlook House
3839 N. Melrose Dr.
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Category Archives: Parks
1) Spirit of Portland Awards: Call for nominees 2) Organic Beer Fest (Aug. 25-28) 3) Condo project destroyed in fire 4) Text to 911 launches (Aug. 23) 5) Willamette Superfund forum (Aug. 31) 6) N Concord blocks to close (Sept. … Continue reading
1) Overlook Neighborhood Ice Cream Social (Aug. 7) 2) Questions about Hazelnut Grove 3) Overlook mural update 4) New Columbia to the slough and Vanport site walk (July 30) 5) Willamette River Festival (July 31) 6) Help steer development in … Continue reading
1) Overlook yard sale and free share (July 23-24) 2) Homeless camping update 3) OKNA general meeting (July 19) 4) New Belgium bike ride and beer (July 24) 5) Organic Beer Fest returns to Overlook (Aug. 25-28) 6) Overlook social … Continue reading
1) Meals program at Patton Square Park 2) Illegal dumping 3) Boat launch on Swan Island 4) Six months of sun 5) Learn more about the new Comprehensive Plan (June 27) 6) Overlook yard sale and free share (July 23-24) … Continue reading
1) Draft Portland Harbor cleanup (June 21) 2) Drinking Water Quality Report 3) Neighborhood Emergency Team meeting (June 13) 4) Comprehensive Plan update 5) Tickets on sale for Tour de Hives (June 25-26) 6) Free fitness programs in Portland Parks … Continue reading
1. Learn your carbon footprint (June 18) 2. OKNA board meeting (June 7) 3. Take your kitty on a spaycation (June 6-10) 4. Show off your catio 5. Peninsula Pool to open June 14 1. Learn your carbon footprint (June … Continue reading
1) Family night on the Bluffs (Sunday, April 3) 2) Sign up for Portland’s urgent safety messages 3) Middle Housing coming to Overlook? 4) Parks and clean water through art (Wednesday, April 6) 5) Celebrate spring with a healthy lawn … Continue reading
1) Paul Bunyan needs your help 2) City athletic fields remain closed 3) Food donations in North Portland 1) Paul Bunyan needs your help The Paul Bunyan statue in Kenton has welcomed visitors for nearly 50 years. Paul is showing … Continue reading
1) Big week for Overlook Mural project 2) All Portland athletic fields closed 3) Help cleanup Overlook 4) Show off your garden 5) OKNA general meeting (Tuesday, March 15) 6) Help PBOT locate bike share stations 7) How clean should … Continue reading