Through the North Portland Trust Fund under Portland Parks & Recreation and managed by North Portland Neighborhood Services, the KNA is proud to announce the recipients of the Kenton Placemaking Grant.
Thanks to Portland International Raceway, the Kenton Neighborhood Association will be handing out free tickets to neighbors for the Rose Cup Races.
On Sunday May 19th, join us for the 10th Annual Kenton Street Fair!
The Elisabeth Jones Art Center is looking for artwork inspired by Save Columbia Pool and the Kenton Women’s Village.
Grant and evaluation committee applications for the Kenton Placemaking Grant are now live.
Take action and convince our representatives that Columbia Pool should remain in operation!
With a budget deficit of 6.3 million, Portland Parks and Recreation is looking to close Columbia Pool (7701 N Chautauqua Blvd) in July of 2020
The Kenton Neighborhood Association has been allotted $10,000 to establish the North Portland Trust Fund Kenton Placemaking Grant for community enhancement projects in Kenton
As the Kenton Women’s Village nears it’s re-opening at 2420 N Columbia Blvd, Andersen Construction is spearheading an effort to build 14 new sleeping pods for the village over the next couple months.
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.