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Neighborhood Associations

  • Connect with neighbors and stay up to date on projects and improvements happening within your Neighborhood Association boundary.

    Find meeting info and contacts for neighborhood updates on each Neighborhood Association's webpage.

    Neighborhood maps

  • Association activities

    • Community meetings 
    • Crime prevention
    • Neighborhood improvement projects
    • Researching development issues
    • Community events
    • Volunteer projects
  • Eligibility criteria

    Gresham's Neighborhood Associations must:

    • Allow all residents and property owners in the defined geographic boundary to participate.
    • Develop bylaws that govern the association.
    • Elect a full board of officers.
    • Hold at least two meetings per year.
    • Be formally recognized by the City Council to qualify for eligible for City resources. 
  • Association resources

  • Administrative Procedures

    Administrative procedures

    This document provides guidance for duties and responsibilities to Neighborhood Associations and their leadership, including:

    • Bylaws
    • Public notices
    • Meeting minutes
    • Presenting a motion
    • Decisions
    • Voting
    Early Neighborhood Notification Meetings

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Early Neighborhood Notification meetings will take place online via Zoom. See Zoom meeting instructions.

    19-26000185: Telford Subdivision (Hogan Cedars Neighborhood Association)

    • Location: 6842 SE Telford Road; street frontage along SE Telford Road and SE Cooper Court
    • Meeting date: Oct. 20, 2020 at 6:30 pm
    • Register to attend this meeting

    20-26000216: Gresham Sanitary Transfer Station (Rockwood Neighborhood Association)

    • Location: 2131, 2025, 1959, and 2003 NW Birdsdale Ave. Located south of E/NW Burnside Avenue and east of NW Eleven Mile Avenue.
    • Meeting date: Oct. 13, 2020 at 6:00 pm
    • Register to attend this meeting

    20-26000208: 225 West Powell Apartments (Central City Neighborhood Association)

    • Location: 225 West Powell Blvd., mid-block between NW Ava Avenue and NW Miller Avenue, and extends from NW 1st Street to West Powell Boulevard
    • Meeting date: Sept. 16, 2020 at 6:00 pm
    • Register to attend this meeting

    20-26000124: Gravity Coffee (Hogan Cedars Neighborhood Association)

    • Location: 2502 E. Powell Blvd., between SE Rene Avenue and SE Burnside/SE Mount Hood Drive/ Highway 26
    • Meeting date: Sept. 15, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    20-26000193: Albertina Kerr Housing Solar System (Wilkes East Neighborhood Association)

    • Location: 930 NE 162nd Avenue. Located on two parcels with frontage on NE 162nd Avenue, NE 165th Avenue, and NE Holladay Street; West of 165th Avenue and north of NE Holladay Street
    • Meeting date: Sept. 9, 2020 at 6:00 pm
    • Watch meeting video (passcode: 2K!^F$zz)

    19-26000272: Veranda at Pleasant Valley

    • Location: 7928 SE 190th Drive; east of 190th Drive and south of Kelley Creek and Brookside at Pleasant Valley subdivisions
    • Meeting date: Aug. 14, 2020 at 6:00 pm
    • Watch meeting video (passcode: 9qFNy!@j)

    20-26000108: Taco Bell

    • Location: NE 181st Avenue, just south of the I-84 exit ramp
    • Meeting date: Aug. 12, 2020 at 6:00 pm
    • Watch meeting video (passcode: B@Fm9Tv&)

    19-26000465: Washman

    19-26000272: Veranda at Pleasant Valley

    20-26000154: Gresham Debris Facility

    20-26000101: Headwaters

    20-26000011: The Journey

    19-26000458: JW Partition

    Handbook and Bylaws Template

    This handbook provides you with an overview of how the City works, including information about organizing and managing your neighborhood and advice and information on how to interact with the City. 

    Neighborhood association handbook

    Suggested bylaws template

    Land Use Guides and Resources

    Gresham Neighborhood Associations are involved in land use decisions through the early neighborhood notification (ENN) process and through the public comment process. 

    • The ENN process happens before a developer files a development application.
    • The public comment process happens after an application is filed, but before a decision is made.

    Land use guide

    Land use guide glossary

    Land use guide samples

    Land use planning training video

    Early neighborhood notification guidance

    Neighborhood Association Meetings with prospective developers are an important component of the development application process as they provide an opportunity for the applicant, surrounding neighbors, interested parties and neighborhood association representatives to meet and review development proposals, and identify any issues associated with the project prior to a formal application submittal.

    Read more about the development process and neighborhood associations.

    Neighborhood Connections Newsletter

    Stay connected each month with what’s happening at City Hall and in Gresham. Neighborhood Connections is a monthly email newsletter with news about City programs, projects and events around the community.

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