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Woodstock Community Center

Community And Arts Center
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Size in acres

0.11

Year acquired

1958

History

The building is an historic firehouse built in 1928. PP&R assumed ownership of the firehouse in 1958 and converted it into a community center. When the center was threatened with closure in 2003 as a result of City budget shortfalls, a group of dedicated community volunteers formed the Friends of the Woodstock Community Center (FWCC) to raise funds, and to recruit and coordinate volunteers who contribute thousands of hours each year helping with landscape maintenance, building upkeep, classes, and community events.

Park Location or Entrance

5905 SE 43rd Avenue
Portland, OR 97206

Contact

Adam McGowan

Mt. Scott CC Building Supervisor

Park amenities/activities

Preschool Program

City section

SE