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Neighborhood Involvement

Building inclusive, safe and livable neighborhoods and communities.

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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 Notification will give you the latest news regarding the City's Office of Neighborhood Involvement as well as other items of interest to community members. If you prefer you can get similar information by following us on Facebook or TwitterNews 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. Jan 16

    Neighbors West-Northwest Public Safety Action Committee Meeting

    Tuesday, February 13th, 2018, Open House: 6:30 - 7:00 pm (meet your local officers!), Meeting: 7:00 - 8:00 pm, First United Mthodist Church, 1838 SW Jefferson, Fireside Room

  2. Jan 11

    The YWCA of Greater Portland presents Resolve to Resist, a civic engagement series

    Does your New Year’s resolution include making change? Start by attending Resolve to Resist: a two-part series to encourage women, especially women of color, and others who don’t see themselves represented in the political arena to take the lead.

  3. Jan 11


    Inspired Indigenous Entrepreneurship

  4. Jan 10

    Position Opening at City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly's Office

    Communications Staff Representative - Position closing January 29th

  5. Jan 9

    Register Now: Equity-Informed Mediation Training starts this month!

    Training Starts: January 19, 2018, Ends: February 17, 2018 - It provides the basic skills needed to become a facilitative mediator, emphasizing the interest-based approach common in community dispute resolution, along with a racial equity analysis.