Next meeting Wed. September 11, 2019, 7 PM at the Bridlemile School Portable Building.
No meetings in July and August.
The Barbara Walker Crossing
Many thanks to our friends at Trailkeepers of Oregon for adding  the Barbara Walker Crossing to their map of the Hoyt Arboretum to Pittock Mansion hike  and for helping to spread the word that part of the trail can’t be accessed during construction.

For your safety, and the safety of others, please abide by the no trespassing signs. Hoyt Arboretum, Pittock Mansion, and other parts of the Wildwood Trail may be accessed from numerous other points within Washington and Forest Parks.  As you drive by the site, you will now see the pier on the south side of Burnside awaiting the steel span coming in August. We are on schedule!
Environmental Overlay Zone Map Correction Project
Environmental overlay zones protect Portland’s natural resources, including streams, wetlands, forests and wildlife habitat, and minimize risk of damage to homes from natural hazards, including landslide, flooding and wildfire. The protections also mitigate the effects of climate change, such as reducing air temperature, which helps maintain Portland’s livability and access to nature in the city.

The purpose of the Environmental Overlay Zone Map Correction Project is to synchronize the location of the overlay zones with the location of existing natural resources identified in the  Natural Resources Inventory . This is part of bringing the zoning code into compliance with the  2035 Comprehensive Plan  and ensures resources across Portland are mapped accurately and are regulated in a consistent way.

For more information:
  Portland Maps – Explorer
You can look at existing zoning, building permit, transportation and natural resource information and more on the interactive  Explorer map at
Upcoming Events

Sunday Parkways: Opening our Streets, Connecting our Communities

City of Portland Sunday Parkways presented by Kaiser Permanente promotes healthy active living through a series of free events opening the city's largest public space - its streets - to walk, bike, roll, and discover active transportation. 

North Portland , June 30, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(9.5 miles)

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