Woodland Park Neighborhood Association, recognized in 1985, is a unique neighborhood with 98 residences. Centrally located in the heart of Gateway, Woodland Park can boast a stable residential area within the Parkrose School District, with nearby shopping, eating, and banking amenities. Easy access to freeways, transit stations, and bike paths makes Woodland Park a great place for neighbors of all ages. Woodland Park residents agree that its size supports the true feeling of community with the annual National Night Out and Neighborhood Cleanup.

There are currently a number of opportunities to be involved with the Woodland Park Neighborhood Association:
* Help organize the Annual National Night Out barbecue.
* Help organize Annual Neighborhood Clean-Up
* Write Articles for Newsletter
* Serve on the neighborhood board

Jul 1, 2015 by
"I have carefully considered your feedback, as well as PP&R staff input. Based on this information, I have decided to fund Master Plans for Mill Park and Midland Park (in a concurrent process, as requested by the Mill Park Neighborhood Association), and the SE 150th and Division property," Commissioner Fritz. More...
Jun 30, 2015 by

Alesia Reese

Find out why the Woodland Park Neighborhood Association, with no park and no public amenities, supports the activities in East Portland which can provide entertainment and interesting activities for its residents. More...
Jun 30, 2015 by

Tom Badrick

See the design for the "East Island", most popular with local residents and businesses. You have an opportunity to voice your opinion! More...
Jul 9, 2015, 6:00 pm
Meet: Gateway Transit Center, NE 99th Ave and Pacific St, across from concession booth
Jul 31, 2015, 5:00 pm
Gateway Park (NE 106th & Halsey)