Piedmont Neighborhood Association is operating its second annual Neighborhood Cleanup on Saturday, April 27th from 9am to 3pm for people to come and dump their unwanted trash and Swap things that still have value and are in good condition for others to use.
Volunteers are needed, please contact Justin at Piedmontneighbors@gmail.com. Volunteers will get lunch and be able to dump without paying the standard donation fees of $5 per car or $10 per truck for the day.
If you know of anyone around town who might be interested please have them put up the flyer linked below.
Lombard Re-Imagined is a community effort to develop a vision for a better Lombard Street. Swift Planning Group, a team of Portland State graduate students, have partnered with several North Portland neighborhood associations (including Piedmont) on this effort that will focus on how the corridor can become a more walkable place with a unique identity that serves the needs of its neighbors.
Members of the Swift Planning Group will be at the March General Meeting to hear from you! We’re looking forward to a discussion about your concerns, priorities, and ideas for how to make Lombard Street a street that truly works for you. In the meantime, we’d love for Piedmont neighbors to take our online survey
, like us on Facebook
, or follow our website blog at www.lombardreimagined.com
. You can also e-mail us email@example.com
In case you need the full links that are hyperlinked above, they are:
Piedmont and Woodlawn had their annual tree planting on February 2nd. It was a huge success! They planted 187 trees, 101 in Piedmont and 86 in Woodlawn. 168 volunteers did the work, 38 of those were Friends of Trees tree team captains and trainees, so 130 people from our neighborhoods came out that day to plant!
If you happen to visit Dave’s Killer Bread, New Seasons, Breakside Brewery, AJ Java, or Starbucks please give them a huge thank you for their donation to the party!
Four volunteers have stepped up and requested support from Portland Parks to conduct a tree inventory of the Piedmont Neighborhood!
More people are needed! If you wish to participate please mark your calendar for the Saturday, March 16th training session and register at the link below, we can carpool out there. Here is an excerpt from the approval letter:
On Saturday, March 16 a required planning session will be held from 9 am to noon at SE Uplift at 3534 SE Main St. All persons who will be assisting with organizing the tree inventory are encouraged to attend. Please register ahead of time at: http://tinyurl.com/treeinventory2013. The planning session will cover inventory logistics, volunteer recruitment, planning tools, and responsibilities of your group and PP&R. Conducting an inventory and creating a Neighborhood Tree Plan are ambitious projects that require the help and commitment of a group to be successful.
Please bring the following items with you to the March 16 planning session:
Neighborhood calendar. In order to prevent conflicts with major neighborhood events, please research annual community events that occur each summer and bring a list with you. Inventory work days will be scheduled on Saturdays from 8:30 am to noon between June 22 and September 27. Each neighborhood will
select 3-4 inventory work days.
- A list of possible staging sites for inventory workshops within your community.
- Ideas for volunteer recruitment in your community.
Come to the Holy Redeemer at 8:30 to rally with your neighbors to plant trees for the morning around the neighborhood.