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Senns Dairy Park

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Size in acres

1.06

Year acquired

2000

History

Senn’s Dairy Park is named for the family-owned business that operated on the site years ago. PP&R and community leaders worked through obstacles, including possible contamination by leaks from an underground fuel storage tank, to develop this site. The Portland Brownfields Showcase Program, a generous environmental contractor named Pat Brady, schoolchildren, neighbors, and community service volunteers all pitched in to build the park. The master plan calls for an entirely native landscape, a grassy lawn with benches and picnic table, a walking path, a playground, and community garden plots. This project demonstrates a successful partnership; the community and city staff working together to create a unique neighborhood asset.

Park Location or Entrance

11206 NE Prescott Street
Portland, OR 97220

In this Park Facility

Open hours

Park hours: 5:00am-midnight

Park amenities/activities

Accessible Play Area
Paths (Paved)
Playground

City section

East