Join Portland Parks staff as they weed and tidy the nature patch at Hazeltine Park on Tuesday, June 25th from 11:30AM-1:30PM. Neighbors are encouraged to join! Extra tools and gloves provided or bring your own.
Errol Heights Play & Skate Discussion hosted by Portland Parks and Recreation
Thursday, May 9th from 6:00-8:00PM at the Brentwood-Darlington Community Center (7211 SE 62nd Avenue). Can’t attend? Click here for the survey! (available starting May 9th)
Attention, parents! Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association will be offering a supervised activity for kids in the adjacent room! BDNA volunteers will supervise an all-ages movie for children to enjoy while parents join the Play + Skate discussion.
Portland Parks & Recreation and the Errol Heights Park project team invites neighbors to attend an upcoming public meeting to review concepts and designs for the Play and Skate elements of the park.
This meeting is an opportunity for the design team at Mayer/Reed to share their initial concepts and designs for these two important elements of the park, and get valuable feedback and suggestions from the public to ensure that the park can best meet the needs of the Brentwood-Darlington community.
Specifically, we would like to discuss:
· Are the play features inclusive of children of all abilities?
· Does the skate feature meet the needs various users including, younger/ inexperienced skaters, those with wheelchairs, scooters and/ or BMX bikes?
Bring your friends, families, neighbors or anyone else who is interested in the future of Errol Heights park! Agenda below.
The Errol Heights Park Community Advisory Committee met Wednesday, January 9, 2019. This was the seventh meeting of the Errol Heights Park’s Community Advisory Committee. The focus of the meeting was to review feedback from the December Open House, review a final park design concept, and wrap up the CAC process. To view a full meeting summary click here.
The final Errol Heights Park design concept was presented at the January 19, 2019 Community Advisory Committee meeting. Click here or on the image above to view larger. To view the results of Portland Parks & Recreation’s online survey from December 2018, click here. To view the results of the open house with comments and appendices, click here.
From Portland Parks and Recreation:
The Errol Heights Park Community Advisory Committee will meet on Wednesday, January 9 to review feedback from the December open house and discuss how that feedback will shape the final park design.
The meeting is open to the public and will include a 10 minute public comment period.
Date: Wednesday,January 9, 2019
Time: 6:30 – 8:00pm
Place: SMILE Station, 8210 SE 13th Ave
Learn more about the Errol Heights Park Improvement Project at: www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/errolheights
From Portland Parks and Recreation:
Open through December 21, 2018
We have a design for Errol Heights Park and we want to know what you think!
If you weren’t able to make it to the open house on December 1, you still have time to take our online survey and share your thoughts on the recommended design for the Park.
Portland Parks and Recreation has dedicated $12.7 million to improving the 16-acre Errol Heights Park. As part of the design phase we received hundreds of comments about what makes Errol Heights Park special and the types of activities people would like to do there in the future.The proposed design is based on that feedback.
On Saturday, December 1st, Dick Hazeltine cut the ribbon on his namesake park with Portland Parks and Recreation Project Manager Eric Rosewall.
Volunteers from the Johnson Creek Watershed, Scout Pack 523, Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association, and more worked through the rainy morning to beautify this community space.
A memorial tree to Dick’s late wife, Opal Hazeltine, who was instrumental in the park’s formation, was planted in approximately the spot her desk occupied when the space was home to the community policing building.
Longtime neighbor and BDNA board member, Malcolm Hancock, presented Dick Hazeltine with a model swing set for the park.
Dick Hazeltine (left) gave his approval with Eric Rosewall (right) after the planting was completed.
Be sure to visit Hazeltine Park’s completed playscape area and join us in the spring to finish the planting!
To learn more about the Hazeltine Park Sustainable Nature Patch project, click here.
Thank you to Ken Rumbaugh, Community Engagement Coordinator at Portland Parks & Recreation for taking these photos. Click here to view the whole album.