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East Portland Community Center

Community And Arts Center
All Portland Parks & Recreation community centers and pools are temporarily closed in response to COVID-19. All recreation activities are canceled until further notice.
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Size in acres

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Year acquired

1998

History

The center was completed in 1998. The Thompson Vaivoda Architects design included a future, two-pool natatorium. The 2002 Levy provided funding for its construction. The aquatic center was added in 2008 and received LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The center's tower, bike racks, fences, and benches were designed by Garth Edwards, and in 2009 a stainless steel sculpture by local artist Bruce West was installed near the front entrance. Entitled Sitting Stones, it is a dynamic composition that reflects the changing light of the day and the season.

Reservations available

Kitchen
Meeting room
Party room

Park Location or Entrance

740 SE 106th Avenue
Portland, OR 97216

In this Park Facility

Open hours

Temporarily closed

Past construction

Work completed in Winter 2021/22

Park amenities/activities

Basketball Court (Indoor)
Rock Climbing Wall
Preschool Program
Weight Room
Fitness Room
Playground
Gymnasium
Wireless Internet Access (WiFi)

City section

East
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