Portland Downtown

One of Portland's oldest neighborhood associations, the PDNA was formed in 1977 to improve the livability of the central city.

Upcoming Events

Portland Downtown Neighborhood Association General Meeting

6:00 pm 7:00 pm
Neighborhood Association Meeting

Portland Downtown Neighborhood Association General Meeting

6:00 pm 7:00 pm
Neighborhood Association Meeting

Portland Downtown Neighborhood Association General Meeting

6:00 pm 7:00 pm
Neighborhood Association Meeting

Neighborhood Association Information

Website: http://www.portlanddowntownna.com

Bylaws: Downtown NA Bylaws

Neighborhood Coalition: Neighbors West-Northwest

Meeting Time and Location
General Meetings 4th Tuesday of the month 6:00 PM No meeting in August or December

First Congregational Church, Fellowship Hall, 1126 SW Park Ave. Visit www.nwnw.org/calendar to confirm
Board Meetings 4th Tuesday of the month 7:00 PM No meeting in August or December

First Congregational Church, Fellowship Hall, 1126 SW Park Ave. Visit www.nwnw.org/calendar
Land Use Committee Meetings 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month, 8:00 - 9:00 am

Eliot Tower 1221 SW 10th Ave, 3rd Floor meeting room

Neighborhood Association Leadership Contacts

Position and Name Contact Information
Chair / Co-Chair / President
Walter Weyler
walter_weyler@sequenceusa.com
Vice Chair / Vice President
Wendy Rahm
wwrahm@aol.com
Treasurer
Natasha Voloshina
natashavo@icloud.com
Land Use Committee Chair
Wendy Rahm
wwrahm@aol.com
General Correspondence Contact
Downtown Required/General/CertifiedContact
president@portlanddowntownna.com

Construction and Maintenance

Spring 2023
Summer 2020
Environmental Services has completed construction for this project.

News and Notices

Pickup/drop-off zones, protected bike lane coming to SW Broadway in summer 2022

This summer, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will begin converting existing Hotel Zones along SW Broadway to three-minute pickup/drop-off zones.

Blog post


News Release: Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty, city, community, and business leaders cut the ribbon on Better Naito Forever

Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty alongside city, community, and business leaders cut the ribbon this morning on the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s Better Naito Forever project, the permanent version of Better Naito, the protected space for people walking and biking to and along Waterfront Park.

Press release


Traffic Advisory: PBOT begins construction on SW Alder Street Rose Lane Project

Construction impacts will last two months and include intermittent lane closures, parking restrictions and traffic delays

Traffic Advisory


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