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Kenton Sewer Construction Update – April Update

/ May 10th, 2015 / No Comments »

The contractor has completed pipe bursting and most open trench construction on the project, and will next begin work on the Cured-in-Place Pipe-Lining (CIPP) phase. This will require videotaping several sewer main lines and branches over the next several weeks. For more information on construction methods, go to www.portlandoregon.gov/bes/constructionmethods
· Bike lanes on Denver will be closed at McClellan while concrete sets around the manholes. Please be aware of detour signs and bikes in the roadway during this time. Pedestrian walkways are also likely to be affected during this closure. Please follow signs and stay out of designated work areas.
· Work during the next two weeks will be focused on street paving. During this period, a number of detours and traffic controls will be in place around Kenton Park and the Business District. Detours and road closures may shift between streets on any given day. Please be aware of detour and road closure signs as well as flaggers in the roadway.

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Kenton Neighborhood Spring Cleanup!

/ April 16th, 2015 / No Comments »

Kenton & Arbor Lodge Spring Cleanup
Saturday, April 25
10a – 2p
7654 N Delaware Ave. (Portland Village School parking lot)
$10 suggested donation

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Announcing the Aspire Project: Nonprofit Dance Studio in St. John’s

/ April 6th, 2015 / No Comments »

Help the Aspire Project celebrate the grand opening of its St. Johns’ Performance Arts and Dance Space.

GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION:
When: April 11th, 2015 3:00-6:00pm
Where: 8426 N. Lombard (The Aspire Project’s new performance arts space)

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Columbia Slough Workshop – Next Saturday, Mar. 14 (hey it’s free, too!)

/ March 8th, 2015 / No Comments »

Join the Columbia Slough Watershed Council March 14 for Slough 101, a FREE workshop about the Columbia Slough watershed and its unique story.

Date: March 14th (Saturday)
Time: 9am – 12: 45pm

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Winter NET (Neighborhood Emergency Team) Training in Feb. — Sign ups are closing soon!

/ January 29th, 2015 / No Comments »

Weeknight NET Trainings in February–signups are closing soon! Neighborhood Emergency Teams (NETs) are Portland residents trained by PBEM and Portland Fire & Rescue to provide emergency disaster assistance within their own neighborhoods.

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Tonight: ODOT Open House re: N. Denver Ave. Viaduct Construction & Closing

/ January 29th, 2015 / No Comments »

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is hosting an informational open house for the Oregon 99W: N. Victory Blvd. to N. Argyle St. Improvement Project. This project will help make the roads safer and more ecient for all users of this important transportation connection in

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Your Fred Meyer Rewards = Emergency Prep & Supplies for Kenton!

/ January 26th, 2015 / 2 Comments »

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.

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Got Noise? Make your voice heard w/ the City of Portland’s Noise Officer!

/ January 9th, 2015 / No Comments »

Are there noise issues in your neighborhood? Make your voice heard — Mon. Jan. 26 @ 630p.

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Land Use Corner: Groundbreaking of New “Kenton” Apartments & Retail @ 8300 N. Interstate Ave.

/ December 18th, 2014 / 1 Comment »

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.

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TONIGHT: Third Thursday @ Salvage Works + Secret Santa Drive for Kenton Homeless Shelter

/ December 18th, 2014 / No Comments »

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.

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