Need help identifying which neighborhood association you are in?
Portland is organized into 95 neighborhood associations and seven district coalitions. In order to identify which neighborhood you are in, below are the two steps you will need to take:
Step One: Identify the Name of your Neighborhood Association
Visit http://www.portlandmaps.com and type in your address.
Once you hit search, the name of your neighborhood will appear in the upper left hand corner, immediately following your address.
Alternatively, you can call City County Information & Referral at 503-823-4000, during business hours, to ask for assistance in identifying your neighborhood association.
Step Two: Find Contact Information for your Neighborhood Association
Once you have identified which neighborhood you are in, visit the Neighborhood Directory to get contact information for your neighborhood association.
Need help identifying your District Coalition Office?
Once you know which neighborhood association you are in, you can identify which of the seven district coalitions your neighborhood falls under, view this map.
Once you identify which district coalition you fall under, you can view their contact information here.
Tips for Notifying Neighborhoods
If you are holding an event in a neighborhood, consider looking at a neighborhood map to find out if your event is taking place on the edge of two neighborhoods – if so, consider notifying both neighborhoods. You can determine this by looking at this map.