The Town Hall & Community Discussion on Homelessness will be facilitated by Resolutions Northwest, and will feature a panel of guests from local homeless resource and advocacy groups, as well as folks with lived experiences with homelessness. We hope to create community, and build relationships to help create a more liveable neighborhood for all neighbors, no [...]
Montavilla Neighborhood Association has been ahead of the curve when it comes to making our neighborhood association a more inclusive organization and taking positions on issues that represent more than the normal demographic that tends to have influence in neighborhood associations, that being traditionally, homeowners. Some of the steps we have taken over the last two [...]
The Board Chair of the Montavilla Neighborhood Association has called a meeting of the Board of Directors for Saturday, July 8th, 2017 at 7pm at Townshend's Tea, 7940 SE Stark St, Portland, OR 97215. Click here to view a copy of the agenda.
The Montavilla Neighborhood Association Board of Directors will hold its regularly scheduled board and general membership meeting on July 10th, 2017 at 6:30-7:30pm and 7:30pm-8:30pm. The Meetings are located at Montavilla United Methodist Church (232 SE 80th Ave, Portland, OR 97215) and the meetings are open to the public and the building is accessible to those [...]
Q: Does this mean you support homeless camps in Montavilla? A: No, we have not taken any position in support of camps in Montavilla but rather have taken a position against sweeps, which we feel are inhumane and do not reduce the amount of camps or effect change. We would like to see a reduction in [...]
The Montavilla Neighborhood Association Board of Directors has approved a letter supporting the development at 518 SE 76th Avenue (formerly Beet’s Auto Body) that will be developed by Randy Rappaport. It is our belief in evaluating the facts of the project (Mt. Tabor Village Apartments) and considering neighborhood sentiment, current supply needs, the project’s alignment with [...]
The Montavilla Neighborhood Association Board of Directors has passed a resolution opposing further sweeps of homeless camps within the Montavilla Neighborhood Boundaries. Our Board of Directors finds these sweeps to be an ineffective waste of taxpayer dollars that may violate the constitutional and human rights of the individuals who have their camps swept. Whether or not [...]