There’s a new addition to the Fred Meyer Community Rewards program–now every Freddie’s run you make can drive dollars to Kenton’s Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET) for local emergency prep training, equipment, and medical supplies.
Last Friday, Hanlon Development & Consulting, with help from Metro Council President Tom Hughes (pictured below, sporting a spiffy Kenton hoodie!), Metro Counselor Carlotta Collette, and a few other special guests, broke ground last Friday on a new, transit-oriented residential development along N. Interstate Ave.
Get your holiday cheer at Salvage Works for the last Third Thursday event of the year! Yes, there will be a band (The Poor Deers, acoustic duo, from 7-9p), food, drinks, and lots of fun with your neighborhood besties, but it’s also a time to give back. Salvage Works is also collecting goods for the local homeless shelter.
This spring and summer, ODOT is repairing and restructuring along N. Denver Ave. and N. Victory Ave. — that is, heading north on Denver Ave. out of Kenton towards PIR and Vancouver/1-5 north. The project will resurface and repair the N. Denver Ave. Viaduct, re-align