Your community is gathering again to continue the conversation around what we want to focus on, and how to start working together to accomplish our goals. We will go over the survey results. Their are some good suggestions from the members.
We will discuss communications and how best to share out to all in our community.
Piedmont is your community, how do you want to help shape it?
April 22nd at 7 pm. via Zoom.
To receive the Zoom link, please sign up on this website. There is a place to add your email address on the left-hand column.
Piedmont will be consistently gathering, either via Zoom, or in person every month. Mark your calendars for the third Thursday of every month at 7 pm.
Save the Date: Thursday, March 18th, 2021 at 7 pm
Piedmont Neighborhood Association (PNA) invites you to join our virtual gathering. Please mark your calendars for a neighborhood virtual gathering on Zoom.
To receive the Zoom invitation input your email address on this website. We need your email to invite you to the event. (look to the left-hand sidebar on this site).
The purpose of the March 18th virtual gathering is for you to learn about your neighborhood organization, how you can get involved, what we have accomplished over the years and what we need to move forward as a viable non-profit.
Portland Neighborhood Services Office of Community and Civic Life Staff Representatives will be joining us to give an update on what the future of our neighborhood structure might look like and more.
Volunteering opportunities with PNA and partnering organizations will be presented.
Portland plastic bag ban takes effect Saturday
Get those reusable grocery bags out and ready to go. Portland’s city-wide plastic bag ban goes into effect this Saturday
This is one class where the subject matter will save you plenty of money. Pacific Power is pleased to present Be wattsmart Workshops in your area. Please join us for an enlightening evening of tips, advice and some tasty refreshments. This workshop sold out last year, please register now at www.pacificpower.net/bewattsmart!
The smarter you are about energy, the lower your electric bill will be.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
6:15 – 7:45 pm
McMenamins – Kennedy School
5736 NE 33rd Ave
Portland, OR 97211
The workshop will put you on the path to greater energy efficiency and lower electric bills by teaching you how to:
• Identify your household energy use and how it changes over time
• Take a whole-home approach to energy efficiency
• Recognize the most cost-efficient energy improvements for your home
• Save energy and improve your home’s comfort, health and safety
• Save money with Energy Trust incentives
During the workshop, we’ll also answer the following questions:
• What uses the most energy at home: appliances, heating and cooling systems, lighting?
• How can I use less energy at home?
• Do I need to buy new energy-efficient equipment or just change my habits?
• What cash incentives are available for new appliances, lighting or other energy efficient equipment?
Register now at www.pacificpower.net/bewattsmart!
Starting October 31st, most Portland residents will be able to add food scraps, along with yard debris, to their green Portland Composts! roll carts. As part of this new service, collection of the green Portland Composts! roll cart will increase to weekly, and garbage collection will change to every other week. The blue Portland Recycles! roll cart and yellow glass recycling bin will continue with weekly collection. These changes apply to all single-family households and buildings with four or fewer units.