PBOT Makes Decision on Repaving N Denver

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.

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EPA Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Changes to Portland Harbor Clean-up

The Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to reduce the clean-up of toxic waste in the Portland Harbor.

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Deck the Paul Tonight!

Join us on December 7th from 5:30-7:30pm for Deck the Paul at the Paul Bunyan statue. 

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Let’s Bring Heat to the Kenton Women’s Village!

The Kenton Neighborhood Association Board Members are looking to raise funds to provide heaters for the KWV.

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KNA to Discuss Future of KWV at October Meeting

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.

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Kenton Women’s Village Finds a New Home [Updated]

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

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Kenton Neighborhood 6th Annual Garage Sale Is Tomorrow!

Come check on over 100 sales on Saturday, September, 8th 2018, from 9AM-3PM!

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PBOT to Attend KNA Meeting Next Week [Updated]

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.

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Development Updates: N Willis

Check out plans for two developments right next to each other on N Willis

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Low-Income Housing Project Moves Forward at Site of Kenton Women’s Village

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.

Park & Poolooza

Come out on September 28th to celebrate Columbia Park and Columbia Pool!

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