Parkrose Neighborhood Association


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The Parkrose Neighborhood Association was formed in 1985 with the purpose of protecting the general livability of the Parkrose Neighborhood. The area has been in transition from an agricultural to an urban environment since the first subdivision plat was filed in 1911.

Some of the main street commercial that was once served by a street car on Sandy Boulevard remains viable today. Parkrose is home to several destinations including Parkrose Hardware, Senn's Dairy Park, Parkrose High School, and a few ethnic restaurants along Sandy Boulevard.


Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of the month, 7pm at Russellville Grange (12105 NE Prescott).  

Next meeting is Tuesday, March 20.

Special meetings called and announced with at least one week's notice.

No meetings in August, November, or December. 


Agenda for March 20, 2018

7:00    Welcome and introductions

7:05    Presentation from Columbia Slough Watershed Council (Susanne Raymond): How to protect the groundwater in our wellfield

7:20    Citizen Communications: Any topic not on the agenda can be brought forward for 2 minutes. If there is time, we will add it to the agenda for more discussion. If not, we’ll table it until next meeting.

7:30   Vote on February 2018 minutes and treasurer’s report

7:35    Crime/Safety committee update        

7:45    LUTC (Land Use and Transportation Committee) update (Doug Armstrong)         

7:55    Summary of board orientation meeting (Annette Stanhope, Doug Armstrong)

8:00    Mural planning: crowdfunding update, PBOT  (Michelle Kimble)   

8:10    Announcements

8:20    Follow up on citizen communications           

8:30    Adjourn meeting



Email PNA Chair, Annette Stanhope here


Why Participate in My Neighborhood Association?

Neighborhood involvement gives you a voice in policy decisions that affect you and your neighbors. The neighborhood association is a vehicle for relating directly with elected officials and decision makers, with a guarantee that your concerns will be heard. Through your neighborhood association you can:

  • Know you neighbors and prevent crime by establishing a Neighborhood Watch or Foot Patrol
  • Influence land use and development decisions 
  • Help protect natural areas and green space
  • Organize fun commmunity events
  • Meet and work together with your neighbors!