2011 YOUTH ACTION GRANTS PROGRAM
A pool of money is available for community-based projects initiated, designed, and run by youth 21 and under. The Youth Action Grants Program will provide grants of up to $1,000 to youth or youth groups who want to take action that makes Our Bill of Rights: Children + Youth and Portland’s community vision a reality. Continue reading $1,000 Youth Action Grants Available
The Oregon Department of Transportation is interested in improving the pedestrian and bike connection between the Brooklyn neighborhood and McLoughlin Boulevard. ODOT is considering improving access at one of these locations or possibly both. Click here to download an aerial map showing the general locations of the proposed access improvements. Click here to email ODOT. We are in the design phase and would like to hear from you as soon as possible. We also plan to schedule a meeting with residents to explain the project and its impacts in the near future. Continue reading Trimet Wants Your Input on Proposed Boise & Cora Street Access to McLoughlin & New Bus Stop
Community members are invited to attend Community Resource sessions with the public artists selected to work on the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail project. The sessions are part of the artist’s overall orientation to the project and will provide them with important information about the communities along the alignment as they develop their concepts for artwork.
Wednesday, December 15, 3-5 p.m., TriMet Capital Projects, 710 NE Holladay St. (enter on 7th Ave.) Continue reading Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Artist Orientation – Community Resource Sessions-Please Attend!