Events in October 2018
- Public Safety Action Committee (PSAC)
Public Safety Action Committee (PSAC)
October 11, 2018 6-8pm
New Columbia Community Education Center Conference Room
4625 N. Trenton
Portland, OR 97203
What is PSAC?
PSAC is a monthly meeting held to address local North Portland
resident and business concerns related to public safety and livability
Who attends PSAC?
The meeting is facilitated by the City of Portland and is open to the
public. Representatives from Crime Prevention, Portland Police
Bureau, Bureau of Development Services, Multnomah County District
Attorney’s Office, and local Neighborhood and Business Associations
attend this meeting to field your questions and concerns and provide
updates on their activities.
Why attend PSAC?
With slashes to public safety budgets state-wide, it is more important
than ever to become a part of our public safety system. Police and
other agencies need to hear fromyou, the community, about problems and
issues specific to North Portland. This meeting also helps facilitate
and coordinate communication and ensures our community policing goals
continue in a time of shrinking resources.
For questions, contact:
Sarah Berkemeier, MA
Crime Prevention Coordinator | Crime Prevention Program
Office of Neighborhood Involvement
4747 E. Burnside
Portland, Oregon 97215
503-823-4098 (office), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Neighborhood Emergency Team Meeting (NET)
Neighborhood Emergency Team Meeting (NET)
NET meets the third Monday of each month at 7 pm at the Historic Kenton Firehouse.
- North Portland Land Use Group Meeting
North Portland Land Use Group Meeting
Representatives from the 11 neighborhood associations meet monthly to learn more about land-use, transportation, and environmental issues with the purpose of seeking mutual assistance and to help neighborhood associations make more informed decisions. This group is co-facilitated by NPNS and the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability North Portland Liaison.