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Find out what is going on in your neighborhood and with the City of Portland's world renowned neighborhood system.  The Calendar of Events is where you will find information about upcoming neighborhood meetings, community events and volunteer opportunities.  Events are listed by district so you can look at all the events going on in the city or just for your part of town. 

 

ONI Blog will give you the latest news regarding the City's Office of Neighborhood Involvement as well as other items of interest to community members involved in the neighborhood network or if you prefer you can get this same information by following us on Facebook or Twitter.   News in the Neighborhoods will connect you to the Neighborhood Coalition's websites for news and information particular to their geographic area of the city.

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  1. Aug 26

    The epidemic in our midst: Painkillers, opioids and heroin

    What: Learn why opioid addiction has soared to epidemic proportions. A panel of experts will present the latest information about Oregon’s opioid crisis and discuss strategies to overcome this public health epidemic. When: Thursday, Oct. 2, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Where: Oregon Health & Science University Old Library Auditorium, 3181 S.W. Sam Jackson Park Road, Portland Cost: Free. Event sponsored by the Center for Public Advocacy, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation.

  2. Aug 25

    Learn how Outside In does successful outreach to diverse populations - Free presentation!

    When: Wednesday, September 10 from 12:00—1:30pm. Feel free to bring your lunch! Where: Multnomah Building Boardroom at 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd. in Portland. Host: Multnomah County Citizen Involvement Committee

  3. Aug 25

    Tryon Creek Stream Bank Stabilization Project: Construction starts early September

    This project will reduce erosion, help stabilize the Tryon Creek stream bank near its confluence with the Willamette River, and improve Tryon Creek water quality. Realigning a portion of the creek and adding boulders and large wood will also protect the Tryon Creek Trunk Sewer.

  4. Aug 21

    Fanno and Tryon Creeks Outfall Repair Projects: Construction Ongoing on Fanno Creek project, expected in September on Tryon Creek project

    Environmental Services has begun work on one of two stormwater outfall repair projects in SW Portland. These projects will improve stream health in Fanno and Tryon Creeks by reducing erosion, managing invasive species and restoring native plants.

  5. Aug 21

    Division Streetscape Project Update: August 21, 2014

    Environmental Services and the Portland Bureau of Transportation are working together to improve the Division Street transportation corridor, repair and replace older sewers, add green infrastructure to manage stormwater and make sewers work more efficiently, and improve watershed health.