Who: Peggy Sullivan, mural project coordinator, mural artists AND YOU!
What: Input for the Roseway Mural Project: a convergence of brilliant, artful ideas!
When: Several great opportunities to contribute your thoughts and ideas below:
General Meeting, Tuesday, July 8th 7-8:30pm. Mural artists will be present to discuss the mural.
PDXID International Day Festival, Saturday July 12, noon-6pm. A table will be set up in front of the mural wall—The side of the The Missing Link bike store at the 72nd Avenue park blocks. Drawing paper and pencils will be provided to allow neighbors to submit some of their brilliant ideas for the mural.
Community Input Mural Meeting, Wednesday, July 23rd, 7:30-9pm. A table will be set up in front of the mural wall—The side of the The Missing Link bike store at the 72nd Avenue park blocks. Drawing paper and pencils will be provided to allow neighbors to submit some of their brilliant ideas for the mural.
If neighbors are unable to make it to any of the meetings, feel free to email your ideas to mural project coordinator, Peggy Sullivan or drop by her house at 3415 NE 72nd Avenue.
Third Monday of the month:
May 19, 6:30 to 8:30 pm, 72nd & Failing
June 16, 6:30 to 8:30 pm, 72nd & Skidmore
July 21, 6:30 to 8:30 pm, 72nd & Mason
• Learn How to Prune Trees
• Work with City Arborists to Prune Trees
• Have Fun and Meet your Neighbors
Meet your neighbors, have fun and help prune the trees along the NE 72nd
Avenue Park Blocks. Portland Parks & Recreation and the Roseway
Neighborhood Association will offer three hands-on pruning workshops to
prune 80 young trees along NE 72nd Avenue from Sandy to Prescott Street.
Planted in 2003, the trees are now fully established and need to be pruned
for safety, low branches and structure.
No pruning experience is necessary. Portland Parks & Recreation arborists
will teach basic pruning techniques, and help supervise the pruning. To
register for this workshop contact Karl Dawson with Portland Parks &
Recreation at 503-823-1650 or email@example.com. Join us for the
full two hours, or as long as you can.
Light snacks and refreshments provided.
If you have any questions about your street trees, please call Portland Parks & Recreation City Nature for a street tree inspection at 503-823-4489. City tree inspectors are available to assess your street trees, and issue pruning, planting or tree removal permits.
Sponsored by Portland Parks & Recreation and the Roseway Neighborhood Association
Saturday, May 10, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Roseway Heights School – 7334 NE Siskiyou St.
Last year, we diverted 68% of what we accepted for reuse or recycling. In other words, of the 39 tons of materials we collected, we kept more than 23 tons out of the landfill. We plan to do even better this year!
Volunteers needed! Free disposal and lunch! Call Jane at (503) 281-6909
We will accept:
Bulky waste (furniture, mattresses, windows, etc.)
Yard debris and wood waste
Appliances and scrap metal
Reusable household items for our “trade it” area (leftovers will be donated)
Reusable building supplies
We will not accept:
Hazardous wastes or explosives (including paints, fluorescent lightbulbs, batteries) Call (503) 234-3000 for information on disposing these items.
Rocks, ashes, sod or concrete
Commercial landscaping or construction debris
$5 per car load
$10 per pickup/SUV load
$15 per trailer load
$25 per truck and trailer load
$5 CPUs/printers/scanners/FAX machines/stereo parts
$4 VCR/DVD/CD players
For information on the Master Recycler Plastic Roundups, which are held three times a year, click here.
Special thanks to our event sponsors and partners:
Metro Regional Government
Portland Office of Sustainable Development
The ReBuilding Center
It was a beautiful day, we planted 97 trees in Cully, Rose City Park and Roseway. Between donations from businesses and participants we were able to cover 100% of the costs and there is $15 left in our neighborhood fund for next year (Friends of Trees collects donations with tree orders and will forward that extra dollars to next year’s planting). The $300 that the neighborhood association set aside for the planting can be reallocated!
Graduate students in Portland State University’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning program will hold a community visioning open house for NE 82nd Avenue on Thursday, April 10.
The five students are developing a vision plan for the corridor entitled Imagine 82nd. The plan will describe and illustrate the community’s hopes for NE 82nd Avenue between the Banfield Freeway and Sandy Boulevard. The April 10th open house is a crucial first step in understanding the community’s preferences for the busy five-lane corridor. The event will take a “drop in” format where local residents and employees can stop by at their convenience in the evening. Activities will include visual preference surveys, community opinion surveys, and identifying opportunities and challenges on maps.
The open house will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, April 10 at the Madison South Community Room at Banfield Pet Hospital Glenhaven Corporate Headquarters, 8000 NE Tillamook Street in Portland. All area residents, students, employees and business owners are encouraged to attend.
For more information, e-mail Steve Szigethy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To download a PDF of this press release, please click here.
Download a PDF web flyer for this event: Imagine 82nd Open House Flyer