Join us May 28 at our next RCPNA General Meeting: Rose City Golf Course Trail Project – learn more and give feedback!

Interested in the Rose City Park Golf Course Trail? Come to the next RCPNA General Meeting to learn more.

Rose City Park Golf Course frontage along NE Tilamook street. Shows two rows of trees in sunshine

On May 28th, the Rose City Recreational Trail Improvements Project Committee is presenting at our RCPNA General Meeting (5:30-7:30 at the German American Society, pizza included, kids welcome and invited!). There will be a Q&A at the meeting. Between now and then, here’s an opportunity to give feedback with a survey regarding the Rose City Recreational Trail Improvement Project Community Meeting #1 held in April. Please take a moment to fill it out. Take the survey, share your thoughts!

We look forward to seeing everyone at the General Meeting!


 

The Rose City Park Golf Course trail project team had their kickoff meeting last week and now they’re offering a survey to collect your feedback, please take a moment to fill it out.

Your Feedback Matters:

map of Rose City Golf Course and Rose City park

PP&R logoJenna Stathopoulos
503-201-6765  |  jenna.stathopoulos@portlandoregon.gov

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Rose City Golf Course Trail Project Kickoff Meeting – two opportunities to join

Interested in the Rose City Park Golf Course Trail? There are two opportunities to learn more and give your feedback!
On April 25th, Portland Parks & Recreation’s is hosting the Rose City Golf Course Trail Project Kickoff Meeting. This is a virtual meeting. See meeting information below.
On May 28th, the project team will be at the Rose City Park Neighborhood Association General Meeting. This will be in person at the German American Society from 5:30-7:30pm. You will be able to learn more and have more time to give feedback.

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Rose City Park Golf Course frontage along NE Tilamook street. Shows two rows of trees in sunshineJoin the Project Kickoff Meeting!

Thursday, April 25, 2024
Rose City Golf Course Trail Project Kickoff Meeting

Come meet the project team, and learn about project goals and opportunities. We are excited to embark on this journey to create a new trail along the golf course, and need your input to make it a success!

Event Details:
Date: Thursday, April 25, 2024
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Location: Virtual Meeting on Zoom
Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87821495956

Your Input Matters:

This kickoff meeting is just the beginning of our engagement process! We want to hear from you as we develop the trail location, surface, and meaningful elements of engagement along the trail. Your feedback will shape the future of this project and ensure that the trail meets the needs and desires of our community.

Your input will help inform
Trail Location:
Help us identify the best route for the trail and areas of interest along the way.

Trail Surface:
Share your preferences for trail surfaces and amenities that will enhance your experience.

Engagement Elements:
We are eager to hear your ideas for bench placement, signage options, and other features that will make the trail inviting and accessible to all.

Spread the Word:

Please help us spread the word about this important kickoff meeting! Share this invitation with your friends, family, and neighbors, and encourage them to join us in shaping the future of the Rose City Park Trail. Remind them to sign up for the project email list to get all updates and invites.

We look forward to your participation and input at the kickoff meeting. Together, we can create a trail that reflects the values and aspirations of our community.

Thank you for your support!

Need Accommodations?
To request accommodations for this meeting, please contact Community Engagement Coordinator at jenna.stathopoulos@portlandoregon.gov or 503-201-6567.


This project is funded by the 2019 Metro Regional Parks & Nature Bond Local Share and will provide a new trail around the perimeter of the Rose City Golf Course and Rose City Park.

Learn more about the Rose City Golf Course Trail Project

map of Rose City Golf Course and Rose City park

Portland Parks & Recreation
Jenna Stathopoulos
503-201-6765  |  jenna.stathopoulos@portlandoregon.gov

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Community Event available to Rose City Park Neighborhood – Climate Candidate Forum – Thurs. April 18

The Portland chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) is hosting a candidate forum for candidates in the race to be Oregon District 03’s next US House of Representative. This district includes Rose City Park and CCL has invited members of our neighborhood to their event. At the forum, candidates will be answering questions on climate change.

Title: Climate Candidate Forum for Oregon District 03
Date: Thurs, April 18th
Location: Taborspace, 5441 SE Belmont St Portland, OR 97215
Time: Forum begins at 7pm, Doors open at 6pm

Description:
With the retirement of Rep. Earl Blumenauer, voters in Oregon District 03 will have the opportunity to elect a new Congressional representative to send to Washington D.C. Come hear candidates answer questions on their commitment to climate change and other climate-related issues. This forum is hosted by the Portland chapter of the nonprofit Citizens’ Climate Lobby and will be moderated by KGW Chief Meteorologist Matt Zaffino. Registration is not required but encouraged.  

Registration: https://lu.ma/2r17rlpv
Thank you!

 

Submitted by Judy Jiang, volunteer with the Portland chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL)
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RCPNA General Membership Meeting – Tuesday, February 27, 7-9pm

Hello Neighbors,

Sandy Boulevard has been our Main Street for more than a century. But Sandy will be changing over the next several years and our next General Meeting will focus on broad outlines of this change and ways we as a neighborhood centered on this boulevard can understand what will change and contribute to what will be a years-long process.

The Future of Sandy discussion will be led by board member Laura Serecin, and exploratory in nature:

  • What do people experience on Sandy?
  • How do people want to experience Sandy?
  • Do people have feelings/ideas on how to balance Sandy as a transportation corridor and a true boulevard where folks walk/stroll/bike rather than rely on the automobile?

Join us at our next General Meeting to participate in small group conversations to help contribute to the future on Sandy.

Join us at the next RCPNA General Meeting

Meeting Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2024
Meeting Time: 7:00 PM-9:00 PM
Location: In person, German American Society, 5626 NE Alameda St, Portland, OR 97213
Open to Public: All welcome to attend
Topic: “The Future of Sandy.”

We hope to see you then!

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