Fix-It Fair Community Resource Guide – Community safety and involvement

Resources for healthy, affordable living – and peace of mind – from experts and your own community.
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211 is an information line for health and social services in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Awesome Foundation Portland

We want the artists, the leaders, and the dreamers of our great city to prove it. And we regularly give away $1,000 grants to help make that happen!

City of Portland City Auditor's Office

The mission of the City Auditor's Office is to promote open and accountable government, by providing independent and impartial reviews, access to public information, and services for City government and the public.

City of Portland Office of Community & Civic Life Community Safety Program

We connect the people of Portland with their City government to promote the common good. Our programs create a culture of collaboration, expanding possibilities for all Portlanders to contribute their knowledge, experience, and creativity to solve local problems and make life better in the city we all share.

Green Living Journal

The Green Living Journal offers solutions to the serious energy, health, and environmental problems facing all of us. Topics we cover include: Food, Building, Health, Education, Transportation, Business, Energy and Nature. The Portland edition of the Green Living Journal is a family-owned business.

North Star Village / Villages Northwest

We are volunteers helping our neighbors age gracefully at home by assisting them with the small occasional household chores and local car trips that can become overwhelming as we get older.  There are currently 11 Villages (autonomous but loosely connected) serving different neighborhoods in the Portland Metro area.


PublicAlerts is an opt-in system that local Emergency Managers can use to send alerts to small, targeted areas. Emergencies can happen any time. Let's get prepared.