The Montavilla Neighborhood Association is dedicated to improving the livability of Montavilla Neighborhood, to enable all members to participate in activities achieving this goal, to promote economic growth and development, and to give members the opportunity to determine decisions affecting the Montavilla Neighborhood.
Learn about upcoming association facilitated meetings and events and other community activities.
Every resident of the Montavilla Neighborhood is a member of the Neighborhood Association. Our neighborhood relies on volunteer work of the association to work towards common goals. Learn how you can get involved in the Montavilla Neighborhood Association.
Here is the agenda for the March meeting, see you there: Agenda – General Membership Meeting Montavilla Neighborhood Association Monday, March 12, 2012 7:30 – 8:30 PM Montavilla United Methodist Church (232 SE 80th Avenue) 7:30 Welcome & Introductions 7:35 Social and refreshments 7:45 Agenda review, approval of minutes from prior meeting 7:50 Portland Police […]
There have been recent changes made to the MNA bylaws. If you are a member on the Montavilla Neighborhood Association we would appreciate your feedback. Please review the bylaws here Montavilla Bylaws-Feb-2012 and notify the board of any changes you feel should be be made.
Please join us in learning about a new initiative in the Montavilla neighborhood called the “Neighborhood Prosperity Initiative” (NPI). A representative of this Portland Development Commission-driven effort will present at the Montavilla Neighborhood Association general meeting on the evening of February 13, but here are the basic facts about NPI: NPI would create an urban renewal […]
Neighborhood Events and Opportunities: Fritz Hirsch, Montavilla Neighborhood Association co-chair and chair of the association’s public safety committee, reported that he recently helped organize a group of residents who live near Multnomah Bible College. He also reported that he plans to apply to Southeast Uplift for additional funds for graffiti removal efforts. Lew […]