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Hit the Pavement this Weekend in Northeast Portland at Sunday Parkways

By Lindsay Wochnick 0 Comments

Sunday Parkways activity; photo courtesy of PBOT

Summer in Portland means getting outside and immersing yourself in some of the many outdoor neighborhood events across town. This Sunday, June 23rd, the public is invited to Sunday Parkways in Northeast Portland for an afternoon of fun! 

On the route that winds around the Woodlawn, Alberta and Fernhill Parks and Rigler School, please stop and visit the Portland Water Bureau at Woodlawn Park. 

Northeast Sunday Parkways route map
Northeast Portland Sunday Parkways route map

Each year, we partner with several other City bureaus to provide information on the City’s multiple sustainability-focused programs. This united outreach effort called "Your Sustainable City," offers a wide variety of information on transportation alternatives, water conservation, recycling, green building, parks services, and stormwater management.

Portland Water Bureau staff will be there ready to distribute water conservation information as well as materials for other sustainable City programs. These fun events present a great way for the Portland Water Bureau to connect with the community as well as share water knowledge with the public.

Portland Sunday Parkways 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 while fostering civic pride, stimulating economic development, and represents the community, business, and government investments in Portland's vitality, livability and diversity.  

For additional information about this Sunday’s event and other free events this summer, visit the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s website.

Lindsay Wochnick
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