Portland Police Bureau addresses questions and concerns
October 10, 6-8pm at Central Northeast Neighbors (4415 NE 87th Ave)
The PSAC meeting is a quarterly forum where Community Members, Neighborhood and Business Associations and the North Precinct Portland Police come together as partners to work together on problem-solving crime or livability issues in N/NE neighborhoods.
This is a great opportunity to connect with your neighbors and police in a collaborative partnership.
The Public Safety Action Committee (PSAC) meeting is a forum where community members, community partners and City staff come together to collaborate on ways to make their community safer and more engaged.
Come Together To:
- Promote partnerships between neighbors, community organizations and City staff.
- Create opportunities for neighbors to work collectively.
- Become more informed about public safety resources.
From 6-6:30 pm, there is time for pre-meeting problem-solving. This is an opportunity to discuss specific public safety issues and for networking between community members and City staff, including leadership from the Police Bureau’s North Precinct.
From 6:30-8pm, we will follow the agenda.
The Portland Police Bureau would like to be adequately prepared to address your questions and concerns. Please send in your questions for the police in advance to email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you at the October 10, 2019 from 6 pm-8 pm at 4415 NE 87th Ave. Central Northeast Neighbors is located adjacent to Fire Station 12 at NE 87th & Sandy. Enter the building through the parking lot off of NE 87th. Please note that there is limited off-street parking and plenty of on-street parking available.
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Neighbors and community to collaborate on creative safety solutions Sept. 30
Neighbors Together Meet & Greet with your City of Portland North Community Safety Coordinators and other area organizers on September 30th, 2019 from 6-7:30 pm, at Central Northeast Neighbors, 4415 NE 87th.
What is Neighbors Together?
Neighbors Together goes beyond the traditional “watch” model and empowers neighbors and community to collaborate on creative safety solutions.
Our training supports neighbors to work with each other, with the City, and with community to better address a broad range of related public safety considerations such as active transportation, emergency preparedness, personal safety, community advocacy, and more.
You may have heard about some changes to City-supported Neighborhood Watch and the Community Safety Program (formerly the City’s Crime Prevention Program). The Meet & Greet is an opportunity to learn more about Neighbors Together and what has changed from Neighborhood Watch. There will be an opportunity to connect with your Community Safety Coordinators on future training’s of interest. We will provide light refreshments.
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 503-823-4064.
For more information https://www.portlandoregon.gov/civic/62587
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7:00 p.m. (6:30 p.m. social time) • CNN Office, 4415 NE 87th Ave (behind the fire station)
This month we talk about the air that we all breathe and how to protect our health and livability in Sumner.
Join us this Tuesday, May 21 for our Community Meeting when we talk about everything Sumner!
Hear of all that is happening in our neighborhood. We will hear an update on the Livability Committee, crime and safety.
There have been discussions and concerns about the current and future air quality in Sumner as affected by adjacent industrial businesses.
Our guest speaker will be Greg Bourget, Executive Director and Lead Researcher at Portland Clean Air. Portland Clean Air is a registered Oregon Political Committee working to address industrial pollution in Multnomah and Washington Counties. Their mission is to improve our air quality by educating and activating people directly affected by toxic air emissions.
There is also concern about the upcoming Conditional Use Permit hearing for NRC at NE 89th and NE Emerson. Board members and neighbors in attendance at this community meeting will address your questions. The business is asking the city for permission to operate a waste related business in our neighborhood which is currently against code.
Bring your questions, or just relax and listen. The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m., with social time at 6:30 p.m. We keep things moving along and plan to wrap up by 8:00 p.m. or so.
So stop by! Sumner is better with all of us!
Community Meetings meet the third Tuesday of every other month January, March, May, July, September, and November. Monthly trash pickup is during summer months, and our Annual Cleanup is in September.