2016 DEQ Errol Heights Soil Sampling Report

Are you concerned about what’s in your soil?  The 2016 Department of Environmental Quality Errol Heights Soil Sampling Report is available!  This report includes the sampling done at the Errol Heights Community Garden.  To view and download the report, click here.

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Active Surveys to Answer Now

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!  There are currently two active surveys on our site. Click here to ask Mayor Wheeler a question or to tell us your opinions on Errol Heights Park!  The deadline is August 19th, so don’t delay!!

Care Packages for Asylum Seekers

From Southeast Uplift: 

Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon (APANO) is putting together care packages for asylum seekers locked up in Sheridan.  Below is a list of items needed for these care packages. If you are able to donate, please email Muz at Southeast Uplift.

Resources:

  • calling cards (especially for international calls)
  • burner phone
  • flash light (LED)
  • paper and pencil

Tangible:

  • radio
  • eye glasses
  • sun glasses
  • mirror
  • cosmetics
  • clothing

Essential:

  • toothbrush
  • tooth paste
  • toilet paper
  • medication (Aleve, Benadryl, Ibuprofen, Vitamins)
  • socks
  • shoes
  • water bottles
  • water
  • gift cards

Errol Heights Park Preliminary Plans

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Below are the preliminary plans, as presented to the Errol Heights Park Citizen Advisory Committee.  Want to know more or ask about these plans?  Come to the BDNA All-Committees meeting on Tuesday, August 21, 7:00-9:00PM, at the Brentwood-Darlington Community Center (7211 SE 62nd Ave, 97206) and talk to the Portland Parks and Recreation project staff in person!  Portland Bureau of Transportation will also be present to discuss how their Errol Heights projects affect the park.

Click here to take the neighbor generated survey regarding Errol Heights Park before August 19th!

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Option 1 – Passive

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Option 2 – Active

September Meeting featuring Mayor Ted Wheeler

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Click here to submit your questions!

We cordially invite all neighbors and business owners to join us at the Brentwood-Darlington Community Center on Thursday, September 6th, 2018, 7:00-9:00PM, for our monthly meeting, featuring special guest Mayor Ted Wheeler.  The Mayor will be addressing the top five questions from the neighborhood, so submit your questions here!  You may submit as many questions as you like.  RSVP to our event on Facebook to stay up to date!

TODAY! BDNA National Night Out

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Join us for our annual National Night Out Event TODAY, August 4th, 3:00-7:00PM.  Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association will be grilling up hot dogs (beef, turkey, and veggie) with all the fixings, so bring a side dish, salad, or dessert to share and join the neighborhood fun!  This FREE family-friendly event is designed to encourage neighbors to get to know each other. Live music (local band: Babylon Star Destroyer), delicious food, fun for the kids, and hanging with your awesome neighbors make this a must attend summer event!
Please note: Childcare not provided! Children under 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult!

RSVP via Facebook or NextDoor

Thank you to Advantis Credit Union (Woodstock), New Seasons Market (Woodstock), and Grocery Outlet (Brentwood-Darlington) for donating to our event!

Are you a business and would like to contribute refreshments or entertainment? Contact us at brentwood.darlington@gmail.com.

August Meeting TONIGHT!

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Don’t miss our monthly meeting, TONIGHT August 2nd, 7:00-9:00PM. Doors open at 6:30PM. This month, we will hear from Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability regarding the E-Zone Map Correction Project.  Below is a short summary of the project:

The E-zone Map Correction Project will adjust the location of Portland’s environmental overlay zones to match locations of existing streams, wetlands, steep slopes and vegetation as required by the new Comprehensive Plan. The environmental overlay zones protect natural resources that are essential for watershed health. The environmental overlay zones were applied to properties through officially adopted conservation plans around Portland starting in 1989 and completed in 2003. With the new Natural Resources Inventory in 2012 it became obvious that some resources that are supposed to be protected (like stream segments) are not, while other lands have regulations but no natural resources. This project will correct that. If your property will be considered for remapping as part of this project, you will receive a postcard in the mail. The postcard will let you know where you can get more information about potential changes on your property. Contact Mindy Brooks, 503-823-7831 or mindy.brooks@portlandoregon.gov for more information. Check the website for meeting dates and events, http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/e-zone

Agenda (subject to change) below.

Meeting Agenda - August 2018