Air Quality Call to Action
The BNA board is recommending that an expansion permit request by American Petroleum Environmental Service, Inc. (APES) be denied.
Bridgeton neighbors can add their voice through the Metro public comment process which is open until May 19th.
More details and a draft of the BNA letter to Metro recommending denial of the expansion permit.
Spring Clean Up | Saturday, May 20 | 9;00 - 3:00
Get the details here.
Volunteer to help keep Bridgeton beautiful.
Paving on OR99E in NE Portland
The Oregon Department of Transportation has some upcoming paving work off Oregon 99E (Pacific Highway East/NE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard) in Northeast Portland.
The project locations are:
Work is expected to begin May 8.
Katelyn Jackson (Hilsenbeck)
ODOT Region 1
Spring Clean up 2017!
Update from MCDD on Bridgeton Road Parking Limitation
Just another follow up on this issue. As I’m sure you are aware, we are still restricting parking in the same areas along Bridgeton Rd. near an area of erosion on the levee. We had some geotechnical engineers evaluate the erosion last week and are working with the Corps to develop next steps.
Current river forecasts predict the River to rise above 16’ (minor flood stage) again later this week. We still believe that restricting parking in that area to reduce risk and increase access is the most prudent course of action at this time. We understand that this is an inconvenience and we appreciate your patience.
Community Affairs Manager
The Spring Clean-Up is coming soon, SATURDAY MAY 20TH!
Please click on the New & Events tab to volunteer!
Holiday Get Together at The Channel's Edge
Hosted by the BNA Board
Tuesday, November 29th | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Meet and vote for your neighborhood association board members and spread a little holiday cheer at the Channel's Edge.
Help elect the board and keep Bridgeton a thriving and unique neighborhood. The BNA is a community organization working on the issues and needs of our neighborhood: the environment, land use, safety and community.
Board Members Up for Election
If you would like to join the board let us know. Just reply to this email.
Write-ins and floor nominations will be welcomed at the meeting.
Add Your Voice – Get Involved
Being a board member doesn't have to be a huge time commitment. Contribute your energies on projects that match your skills and interests and help make the decisions that make Portland's smallest neighborhood the city's best kept secretThe board is finalizing the agenda and we'll send more detail soon.
Bridgeton Triangle Planting Party | Saturday, October 15
Bring your your favorite gardening tool, shovel, spade, gloves and your green thumb and make Bridgeton more beautiful than it already is.
Meet at the Channels Edge for pre-party at 10:00.
Here's the plan.
Bridgeton & Roth Estates Neighborhood Picnic | Saturday, August 13
HOT DOG! It's the Bridgeton & Roth Estates Neighborhood Picnic.
Saturday, August 13 | 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Get a free hot dog & get to know your neighbors.
Bring a side dish, salad or dessert to share.
Live music by Memphis Shorty & His Big Band.
Door prizes (outdoor prizes anyway) for Grown Ups. Games for Kids.
Update on New Apartment Development in West Bridgeton
Tuesday, June 21 | 6:30 to 8:00 pm Residence Inn | Mt. Hood Room North Harbour Drive, Portland
Andy Labunsky and Dillon Stelling will present information about the apartment developments at the west end of the Bridgeton Neighborhood.
The developers of the three new apartments scheduled for construction this summer will meet with us talk about design, construction schedules, staging, access and any other thoughts, issues or concerns we as neighbors may have.
This will be an opportunity to review building schemes and discuss construction schedules.
This is an excellent opportunity to learn about and be part of smart growth in our neighborhood. Join in to welcome good development and new neighbors.
3rd Annual Bridgeton Neighborhood Street Sale
Saturday, July 9
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Set up a table. Sell your stuff to your neighbors. The Channel's Edge will be open for food, beverages & gifts.
Bridgeton Neighborhood Spring Clean Up
Saturday, May 14
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
It's that time again. Spring is the air and so is the Annual Neighborhood Clean Up. Pitch in and help clean up to keep our beautiful neighborhood.
Please use this opportunity to help clean up our neighborhood. Work parties will clean the triangle & the Bridgeton Slough at Gantenbein Ave and Marine Drive and along Bridgeton Road and Marine Drive.
BNA General Meeting | Tuesday, March 15 | 7:00 - 8:30pm
Portland Yacht Club
Plan on attending the next Bridgeton Neighborhood Association meeting at the Yacht Club.
A note from Karen Kane - BNA Co-Chair
The Bridgeton neighborhood is again seeing a rash of vehicle break-ins. Last spring at a general neighborhood meeting, we were visited by an officer from the City of Portland Crime Prevention Program who gave us tips about how to prevent vehicle and other theft from our property. Read more...
BNA Board Meeting
Tuesday, January 19 | 6:30 - 8:00
Leslie Sawyer's House
Note: This isn't a general meeting... it's a board meeting. We're planning a general meeting for February. If you're not a board member but would like to meet with the board use the contact form to let us know. Thanks.
Board Meeting Agenda
We'll set our course for the next year's worth of work. At our October board meeting and November general meeting, we discussed the projects we wanted to address; please bring any new projects, and plan on signing up for some.
Here are the minutes from the November General Meeting
Bridgeton Neighborhood Association Meeting
Thursday, November 19 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Portland Yacht Club
A Message on the Oregon Solutions Project from Karen Kane | BNA Co-Chair
For the last year and a half, I have been serving on an Oregon Solutions team of regional leaders which has been working to address the accreditation and certification of the Peninsula Drainage Districts 1 and 2 levees along the Columbia River.
Since that time, the team has completed visual and geotechnical surveys of the levees, (Bridgeton Road, by the way, is in pretty good shape!) and has formed a Declaration of Cooperation outlining how the team will work together in the future. Much work has been completed, a significant amount of information has been gleaned, and the future has been laid out.
On Friday, July 17, I signed the Declaration on behalf of the Bridgeton Neighborhood Association board of directors.
Levee Improvement Program
The Bridgeton Neighborhood Association is a program partner for the Oregon Solution Levee Improvement Program. Get an overview of the program here.