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Neighborhood Involvement

Building inclusive, safe and livable neighborhoods and communities.

ONI Main: 503-823-4519

City/County Info: 503-823-4000

TDD: 503-823-6868

1221 SW 4th Ave, Suite 110, Portland, OR 97204

Toolbox/Resources for Neighbors

Tools and Resources to assist neighbors with citizen involvement efforts

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When Controversy Comes to Your Neighborhood - Tips and Tools manual

Manual with tips and tools which offer tips for having the most successful meetings possible in high conflict situations.

Block Party Permits

Contact your district neighborhood coalition office for assistance with setting up your block party.

2012 Citywide Events & Festivals

Citywide Events & Festivals for 2012 - compiled by staff in the spring of 2012 so may be somewhat dated information as current resources are not available to update.

How to find out what Portland neighborhood you live in.

Step by step instructions for navigating PortlandMaps.com to find your neighborhood.

Get Organized!

There is power in numbers and collective action. A single voice might not persuade a government body or organization to take action on an issue but six voices might.

Community Meeting Spaces 2010-PDF

This information was compiled by staff in 2010 so may be dated. Due to lack of staff resources we have not been able to update since 2010. Resource for community members trying to locate community meeting spaces

Community Meeting Spaces 2010-Excel

This information was compiled by staff in 2010 so may be dated. Due to lack of staff resources we have not been able to update since 2010. Resource for community members trying to locate community meeting spaces

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) about ONI Standards

What a Neighborhood Association needs to know about the updated Standards.

Robert's Rules of Order

Procedures for Meetings

Neighborhood Directory

Directory of Neighborhood Contacts

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