Save Columbia Pool

Our pool. Our community. Our voices!

The city of Portland has proposed closing a vital community resource and historic neighborhood treasure. Without any input from the community, they aim to unceremoniously shutter a year-round resource for wellness and community congregation. Let’s make some noise to save Columbia Pool!

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Your voice makes a big difference! Take action today—here’s how:
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Call your representatives

It takes just a few minutes to call and tell the city you oppose this unfair proposal. Please call the below officials. Not sure what to say? This sample call script can help.

Email your representatives

Let the mayor and commissioners know what the pool means to you—and why you demand that the city keep it open. Unsure what to write? This sample email template can get you started.

Submit a comment on the budget

Use the city’s online form to voice your dissent on this proposed budget cut.

Show up

As we find opportunities to make our voices heard in person, we’ll update this webpage and post on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram—follow us for updates!

Spread the word

This proposed closure would be a massive blow to North Portland, as well as negatively impact Portlanders across the city. Spread awareness and ask your neighbors and friends to speak out!

Sign the petition

Columbia Pool is the only pool the city proposes to close, but cuts to the Parks & Recreation budget also threaten closure of Sellwood Community Center and reduction in important programs—as well as cause massive layoffs of Parks employees. For too long, Portland’s neighborhoods have been pitted against each other, fighting for resources. Sign the petition to tell Mayor Wheeler that you demand full funding of the Portland Parks & Recreation budget.

7th Annual Kenton Neighborhood Garage Sale

Saturday, September 7th, 2019, 9am to 3pm. Register your sale for a $5 fee and then host the sale at your house.

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