The Parkrose Neighborhood Association strives to build community through events, activities and meetings that inform, connect and empower. Parkrose Neighborhood is the seat of the Parkrose School District and hosts a diverse population. The neighborhood is proud of its agricultural history—it is the home of Rossi Farms (—and supports business endeavors from Sandy Boulevard to Marine Drive.

We’re hosting a Community Pavilion at the Taste of Parkrose on June 13. Hope to see you there!

Join our Tree Team with Urban Forestry to help us map, measure, and identify every street tree in our neighborhood. Team Lead trainings are June 6, 10, and 13. Inventory days are June 24 and August 15. Details at:

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May 6, 2015 by

By David Hampsten (Hazelwood) & Travis Driessen (PSU)

Results are in…not just another survey where you don’t hear back. In May 2014, an East Portland Action Plan survey was sent out to all East Portland addresses, as an insert in this newsletter. The survey had questions related to transportation and parks use in four languages - Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, and English. The intent was to ask information of our readers, but also to get neighbors to talk with each other and help prioritize public infrastructure. We encourage all residents to work together with their neighbors, neighborhood associations, community groups, and the East Portland Action Plan to advocate for transportation and parks improvements. More...
May 6, 2015 by

By Annette Stanhope

Good news and bad news: Bad news is that Parkrose isn’t having a separate, Parkrose Neighborhood clean-up this year. Good news is that we’re helping out with the East Portland Clean-Up on Saturday, May 9 at 122nd and Burnside. Parkrose residents are welcome between 9am and 1pm to dispose of unwanted household items. If you’d like to help bring a clean-up back to Parkrose in the future, please contact us at We need a clean-up committee and coordinator! More...
May 6, 2015 by

By David Hampsten, Hazelwood NA

This last January, the City of Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) asked for a list of top transportation projects in each neighborhood, as part of its 'technical update' of the Transportation System Plan (TSP). The TSP is a blueprint of how the City expects to make transportation improvements over the next 20 years, in support of the City's Comprehensive Plan. PBOT has a list of over 80 major TSP projects covering East Portland, with costs varying from $500,000 to $150 million. More...
Jun 13, 2015, 9:00 am
106th and 107th Avenues NE and Sandy Blvd
Jun 22, 2015, 7:00 pm
Russellville Grange, 12105 NE Prescott St.