Neighborhood associations in southwest Portland
Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. (SWNI) receives funding from the City of Portland to provide support and technical assistance to recognized neighborhood associations located in southwest Portland. A delegate from each of the independent, all-volunteer neighborhood associations serves on the Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. Board of Directors.
Find out what neighborhood association serves your area
Check portlandmaps.com to find out what neighborhood you belong to.
Find your neighborhood on the Southwest Neighborhoods coalition map.
Detailed neighborhood maps can be found at: portlandoregon.gov/oni/28388
Contact your neighborhood association president
|Neighborhood Association||President(s)||Email address|
|Arnold Creek||Grethe Larson &
|Collins View||Elise Delisseremail@example.com|
|Far Southwest||Teddy Okonokhuafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Homestead||Ed Fischer &
|Marshall Park||Mike Charlesemail@example.com|
|Multnomah||Maria Thi Maifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|South Burlingame||Robert Lennoxemail@example.com|
|South Portland||Len Michonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Southwest Hills||Nancy Seton &
|West Portland Park||Javier Moncadaemail@example.com|
Sign up for your neighborhood association newsletter
Newsletters include neighborhood association meeting announcements, updates on planned activities impacting neighborhood livability and invitations to neighborhood events. Sign up using the link below and select your neighborhood. Unsubscribe using the link found at the bottom of every newsletter.
PSU Neighborhood Pulse Website
Created by the Institute of Portland Metropolitan Studies at Portland State University, Neighborhood Pulse provides information about the Portland region’s neighborhoods: how they are changing, who lives there, and the issues of interest to the region’s leaders and residents.
2010 Census Data for Portland Neighborhoods
Neighborhood associations are volunteer-run non-profit organizations and welcome community members wanting to get involved. Attend a neighborhood association meeting and share your skills and interests. All meetings are posted on the Southwest Neighborhoods Calendar and open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend.