After engaging neighbors through online surveys, open houses, KNA meetings and door-to-door discussions, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has determined to keep more traditional bike lanes on N Denver from N Lombard to N Watts when it repaved this summer.
The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to reduce the clean-up of toxic waste in the Portland Harbor.
Join us on December 7th from 5:30-7:30pm for Deck the Paul at the Paul Bunyan statue.
The Kenton Neighborhood Association Board Members are looking to raise funds to provide heaters for the KWV.
At the October KNA Board meeting, set for the 10th, 7pm, at the Historic Kenton Firehouse (8105 N Brandon Ave), the KNA Board will host the organizing partners of the Kenton Women’s Village.
The Joint Office of Homeless Services has revealed plans to move the KWV a short distance down N Argyle St and establish it as a long-term project
Come check on over 100 sales on Saturday, September, 8th 2018, from 9AM-3PM!
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will attend the KNA Board meeting next Wednesday, the 12th, 7pm, at the Historic Kenton Firehouse (8105 N Brandon Ave) to restart discussions on repaving N Denver from N Lombard to N Watts.
Check out plans for two developments right next to each other on N Willis
In bittersweet news, Transition Projects Inc. has secured funding to proceed with the development of their low-income housing facility in Kenton, requiring the Kenton Women’s Village to transition off the property by February 1st of next year. However, there might be a proposal to establish a 2nd version of the Kenton Women’s Village at a nearby site.