Category Archives: Safety

Overlook Neighborhood Update (Feb. 19)

1) OKNA general meeting (Feb. 21) 2) Protected bike lane proposed for N Greeley Avenue 3) Third annual Overlook Sustainability Summit (Feb. 25) 1) OKNA general meeting (Feb. 21) You don’t want to miss the upcoming Overlook Neighborhood Association general … Continue reading

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Overlook Neighborhood Update (Jan. 22)

1) Town hall meeting with local legislators (Jan. 28) 2) Green Sky Collective 3) Cloudy water 1) Town hall meeting with local legislators (Jan. 28) Three state legislators representing parts of Overlook will hold a town hall meeting next month. … Continue reading

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Overlook Neighborhood Update (Jan. 15)

1) Prepare for potential flooding 2) Overlook Neighborhood General Meeting (Tuesday, Jan. 17) 3) Report downed trees on public lands 4) Patton Square Park Survey 5) Skip the Emergency Room if you can 1) Prepare for potential flooding An atmospheric … Continue reading

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Overlook Neighborhood Update (Nov. 26)

1) Overlook Neighborhood Holiday Party (Dec. 9) 2) Adopt a storm drain 3) Prevent package theft during the holidays and all year 1) Overlook Neighborhood Holiday Party (Dec. 9) Come celebrate the Solstice, Hanukah, Christmas, Kwanza or whatever else fills … Continue reading

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Overlook Neighborhood Update (Oct. 23)

1) City to consider residential infill policies 2) Youth filmmaking classes (Ages 8-18) 3) Reporting suspicious activity to police 1) City to consider residential infill policies In response to community concerns related to new infill development, housing affordability and compatibility, … Continue reading

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Overlook Neighborhood Update (Sept. 24)

1) Development coming to Interstate and a new OKNA board member 2) Stretch of N Interstate Avenue to close (Sept. 26-Oct. 5) 3) Missing middle housing and multigenerational communities (Friday, Oct. 7) 4) New crime prevention coordinator for Overlook 5) … Continue reading

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Overlook Neighborhood Update (April 1)

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

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Overlook Neighborhood Update (Jan. 29)

1) Crime and homeless camps update 2) Downtown on-street parking rates increase to $2 per hour (Feb. 1) 3) Youth sought for Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee 4) Pre-session town hall with state senators and representatives (Jan. 30) 5) … Continue reading

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Overlook Neighborhood Update (Jan. 23)

1) Willamette River Superfund Community Forum (Tuesday, Jan. 26) 2) Speaker Tina Kotek town hall meeting (Thursday, Jan. 28) 1) Willamette River Superfund Community Forum (Tuesday, Jan. 26) The Lower Willamette River is a valuable natural resource. However, Portland Harbor, … Continue reading

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OKNA statement about homeless camps on N Greeley Avenue

The Overlook Neighborhood Association Board at its monthly meeting on Tuesday discussed the homeless camps at N Greeley Avenue near N Interstate Avenue. Board members expressed particular concern that the city has neither communicated with the neighborhood nor followed through on its … Continue reading

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