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

Meeting details: 

Woodland Park Neighborhood Association Meets in April & October (specific dates and times TBD)Check the community 'Calendar' above, or look under 'Upcoming Events' right, for Woodland Park event and meeting listings.


Contact info: Alesia Reese, 503-253-4414, alesiajmr@yahoo.com


Click on the link below to view neighborhood boundaries: 

Mar 3, 2015 by
Many folks from the area had to travel quite a distance to attend the 2014 Spirit of Portland Awards ceremony this year, on the evening of November 6; but three major organizations and one individual from East Portland found the trip rewarding. Before the program, Portland Mayor Charlie Hales said, “There is a lot of joy in this room. Many times, theirs is a thankless job – this is our way to say ‘thank you’ to those who have given so much to the City.” Previewing the upcoming awards, Hales added, “East Portland is now really part of the City family. That's why it's great that we see so many awards going to outer East Portland programs and activists – people who have made this community better already.” More...
Mar 3, 2015 by
The Residents can view the nice mural along the Halsey/Weidler Street westbound lane, which brightens the area. Everyone is happy to see the 102nd Avenue jug handle red poles removed. The location was ill conceived and poorly maintained, making the site unappealing. More...
Mar 3, 2015 by
One major organization that is working on some of these things and some different ideas is East Portland Action Plan also known as EPAP. If you wish for many of these infrastructure ideas to come about please get involved. Work within your neighborhood organization or EPAP. More...
Jul 25, 2015, 5:00 pm
Gateway Park (NE 106th & Halsey)