Don’t miss our 3rd annual Spooktacular and Trunk-or-Treat happening TODAY, Sunday, October 22nd, 4:00-7:00PM at the Brentwood-Darlington Community Center. Bring a dish to share and gently used costumes for the Costume Closet, if you can. For more information, view our event on Facebook.
From Bureau of Planning and Sustainability:
Attached is the agenda for the October 24, 2017 Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission meeting. The meeting will be live-streamed and then archived on the BPS YouTube Channel.
NOTE: This meeting will be held at the CH2M Building: 2020 SW 4th Ave, Lincoln Room (1st floor).
Public testimony will be taken for both the Map Refinement and Code Reconciliation projects. Testimony will be limited to 2 minutes per person and may be changed at the chair’s discretion.
A frequently-updated tentative schedule of upcoming PSC meetings is available at https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/312882.
Multnomah County operates 12 student health centers at area schools, including Lane Middle School, here in Brentwood-Darlington! The clinics are like a regular doctor’s office—offering everything from immunizations and well-child exams to mental health counseling. Student health clinics are open to all Multnomah County youth (aged 5-18) and there is never an out-of-pocket cost for students or their families. Same day and walk-in appointments available. Find out more here!
We will also be hosting a representative from Multnomah County Health Centers at our December 7th meeting with Special Guest Sgt. Randy Teig.
Hear from government officials and advocates how to be an effective community advocate during next year’s Oregon state legislative session at ONI’s 2017 Legislative Advocacy 101 Panel event on Monday, October 30. The event will be in the Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization’s (IRCO) community center at 10301 N.E. Glisan Street from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
City Commissioners Chloe Eudaly and Amanda Fritz will conduct a legislative community forum 7:25 to 8:30 p.m. to gather attendee’s input for the City’s state legislative agenda. They are seeking input on community issues and which issues people would like to see advanced by the legislature. There will be a group exercise to identify community and neighborhood priorities.
The first section of this event will have an advocacy panel of elected officials and professional advocates sharing advice and answering questions about how the community can make an impact on public policy at the state level. The panel consists of Representative Janelle Bynum (House District 51), Mary Moller from Governor Kate Brown’s office, OPAL’s Deputy Director Vivian Satterfield, and Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward (Senate District 17). The panel will be moderated by Elizabeth Edwards from the City’s Office of Government Relations.
ASL Interpretation will be provided at this event. The City of Portland will make reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities and people needing assistance with language interpretation and translation. Please contact by phone at 503-823-3093 or email email@example.com by Monday, October 23rd to request accommodation.
TriMet transportation is possible by taking the #15 Belmont/NW 23rd and the #25 Glisan/Rockwood bus lines. The MAX Blue line stop at N.E. 102nd Avenue and Burnside is a few blocks from the IRCO community center.
Don’t miss the FREE Learning Gardens Lab 2017 Harvest Festival TODAY, Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 from 3:30-6:30PM. Don’t forget to stop by the BDNA table and pick up some sweet new neighborhood pride stickers!