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.
After going silent on the project over the last couple months, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has now announced (provided below) that the repaving of N Denver from N Lombard to N Watts has been delayed until next summer due to unspecified neighborhood concerns. PBOT had intended to re-configure this stretch of N Denver with a […]
REACH CDC is set to give an update on their Kenton project after not being awarded anticipated state funding
The Kenton Neighborhood Association (KNA) welcomes all neighbors to attend the next General Meeting today, June 13th, from 6-8pm at DISJECTA (8371 N Interstate Ave) with neighborhood voting on the Kenton Women’s Village (KWV) and KNA Board positions.
Check out upcoming events and updates on the Kenton Women’s Village.
The Kenton Neighborhood Association (KNA) is looking for feedback on the Kenton Women’s Village (KVW) leading up to a Kenton neighborhood vote on extending the KWV
Last Wednesday, the KNA Board unanimously voted to refer the question of extending the Kenton Women’s Village (KWV) beyond the initial one-year duration to a neighborhood vote at the next General Meeting in June.
As part of the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Fixing Our Streets program, the city had pegged N Denver from N Lombard to N Watts for repaving. While the repaving was previously announced, PBOT has recently started to look at re-configuring this stretch of N Denver with a protected bike lane after it’s repaved.
Latest news of the development of TriMet’s property at 2133 N Argyle.
Get the latest news on the Kenton Women’s Village from Catholic Charities.