Tree Inventory

Walking around your neighborhood, do you see spaces to plant a tree, street trees in need of maintenance, and neighbors who are concerned about their trees but don’t know where to begin? Through the Tree Inventory Project, Urban Forestry is helping Portlanders take action to improve their community’s street trees, one neighborhood at a time. Here’s a link for more info.

Volunteers are guided by Urban Forestry staff, who provide training, tools, and event organization. Together, information is collected on tree species, size, health, site conditions, and available planting spaces. Data are analyzed by Urban Forestry staff, and findings are presented to neighborhood stakeholders at an annual Tree Summit  at the end of the season in November. At the summit, neighborhood groups begin developing tree plans: They form a working neighborhood tree group and set achievable strategies to improve existing trees, expand tree canopy, and connect the neighborhood with city and nonprofit resources.

More than just producing data and a tree plan, this project brings communities together. Participating in the tree inventory project is a great way to meet your neighbors and connect with others who value our green resources!

Our Roseway inventory dates are:
Roseway 6/20/2015 Saturday 8:30 am – noon 1034909
Roseway 7/1/2015 Wednesday 4:30 – 8:00 pm 1034910
Roseway 7/25/2015 Saturday 8:30 am – noon 1034911
Roseway 8/29/2015 Saturday 8:30 am – noon 1034912

Contact the Roseway Coordinator:

Parks and Rec

Roseway Garden Walk

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It’s Time for a Walk in the Garden! 


The neighborhood garden walk is coming up on June 7th from 11-4. Lets get together and  admire some of the wonderful gardens that have sprung up ( sounds so easy, but it’s hard work) just down the street from you.

This year we have 12 gardens. Here they are:

Addresses for 2015 Garden Walk

  1. Mary Molinari  3346 NE 72nd Ave
  2.  John & rebecca Harrison  2949 NE 70th Ave.
  3. Sherrie Barger & Mindy Coolidge  2853 NE 70th Ave.
  4. Anya Pickard & Brian Wilson  2709 NE 70th Ave.
  5. Abbie and Del Lewis  7206 NE Sacramento St.
  6. Peggy & Dan Evans  7226 NE Sacramento St.
  7. Mary Denoyer  7227 NE Sacramento St.
  8. Genevieve & Sean Sweeney  7652 Stanton St. (77th corner)
  9. Christine Caruso  3255 NE 75th Ave.
  10. Lori & David Lochelt  3404 NE 76th Ave
  11. Anna and Bill Herbert  7611 NE Mason
  12. Caitlin & Seth Shelman  4034 NE 71st Ave (Mason corner)

It’s Time for Roseway’s Annual Clean-up Event!

Neighborhood-Cleanup-300x179Hello to Spring and that means the hugely popular Roseway Clean Up time once again! This year’s date is Saturday, May 30th, at Glenhaven Park (NE Siskiyou St and 82nd Ave) from 9am to 3pm.  This community event is a great opportunity to clean out your house, yard and garage while supporting your neighborhood at the same time. We will accept METAL, PLASTIC, YARD DEBRIS, WOOD WASTE, ELECTRONICS, BULKY WASTE and TIRES. Continue reading It’s Time for Roseway’s Annual Clean-up Event!

April RNA General Meeting Highlight

Last night’s General Meeting of the Roseway Neighborhood Association included a visit from Chase Ballew, a graduate student from the Master of Urban and Regional Planning of Portland State University. His presentation about curbside recycling was followed with a lively question and answer time regarding Portland’s program.

Here’s a link to some of the material he presented. Garbage Max

Chase reminded those who have been around awhile of how complicated recycling used to be here in Roseway. Join Max Roseway  for some humorous reflections on neighborhood rubbish disposal. Ah, those were the days.

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