Safety Tip: Home Inventory Record

As we have become more informed about the cat buglar that has been prowling Kenton homes at night, our Crime Prevention Coordinator Mark Wells has a great safety tip for helping keep better track  of your possessions if you are a victum of a theft.  A home inventory record can be very valuable in tracking and […]

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Denver Streetscape Update mid October 2009

Hello Kenton Neighbors: What follows is called a two-week look-ahead schedule for construction.  The contractor meets every Thursday with the city’s construction and project managers and sets the schedule for the next two weeks. We plan to send regular email updates with the latest from these meetings. New Sidewalks:  The contractor has excavated the sidewalk […]

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Volunteers needed

Know of anyone who is interested in volunteering for Kenton? We’re currently seeking the following Communication volunteers: Graphic designer: 2-3 times per year or share with another! This 2-page template already exists in InDesign. See the PDFs on our website. Print Newsletter Editor: 2-3 issues per year. Organizes, gathers and edits articles for the newsletter. […]

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Burglar(s) Awareness Alert, more info

We would like to caution our neighbors that home burglaries have been increasing.  This will be discussed in detail at this month’s PSAC meeting:  Wednesday October 28th, 7 pm Historic Kenton Firehouse with Sgt. Robert King, our new NRT Sgt.  Local Portland Police have had several missions with the property detectives and other officers including […]

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PORTLAND BICYCLE PLAN FOR 2030

CITY SEEKS INPUT ON PROPOSED PORTLAND BICYCLE PLAN FOR  2030 From October 5, 2009 through November 8, 2009, the Portland Bureau of Transportation is inviting public input on the Public Comment Draft of the Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030.  During this public comment period, Portland residents are invited to review the plan, confirm that it […]

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Rain Gardens 101 Naturescaping Workshop Register NOW

Title: Rain Gardens 101 Naturescaping Workshop Location: Historic Kenton Firehouse Start Time: 1:00 pm Date:  Sunday, October 25th End Time:   5:00 pm Registration is Free:  http://www.emswcd.org/workshops-events?func=details&did=104 The KNA sponsors this Naturescaping Workshop to help our neighbors learn new garden options and improve the ecosystem in our neighborhood.   Marina Wynton, the KNA Green Subcommittee Chair will be the […]

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North Denver Streetscape Project Starts September 29th

I think we were all starting to wonder when the Denver Streetscape was actually going to really start but recent updates from the Portland Department of  Transportation have provided the start date of Tuesday, September 29th beginning at N Watts Street.  Businesses along North Denver Avenue will be open and accessible via sidewalk and street access […]

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Let’s talk about tolling and traffic on the I-5 bridge

Take the OnLine Tolling Survey http://survey.columbiarivercrossing.org.  Learn more about the Columbia River Crossing project:  http://tolling.columbiarivercrossing.org and http://www.columbiarivercrossing.org Attend:   Tolling Study Committee: The public is invited to the committee’s meeting on October 1 to learn early results of the online survey and to provide comments. This panel includes the chairs of the Oregon and Washington transportation […]

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Let’s give a HUGE “Thank You” for the Kenton Rose Garden Clean-up!

In a true gesture of great community support the Portland Winterhawks players, coaches and supporters spent Monday morning doing a massive  clean-up of the Kenton Rose Garden.  It went from a look of abandonment to a the lovely rose garden it really is within just a few hours.  Please join the KNA in our “thank you” to […]

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Identifying Walking Barriers in the Kenton Neighborhood

Kenton Neighbors please share your concerns/comments: The Willamette Pedestrian Coalition needs your help identifying barriers to getting around on foot in your neighborhood. We are relying on each neighborhood association to identify up to three specific locations within their boundaries that are the most challenging for pedestrians. This feedback will help us highlight needed pedestrian […]

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