NW Naito Parkway SRV - 1100 block of NW Naito

The future site of SRV at NW Naito

This page was published 3.16.22. Updated 12.21.22.

NW Naito Parkway Village - 1100 block of NW Naito 

Shelter Operator: to be determined

Shelter Capacity: 60 sleeping units

Shelter Type: Safe Rest Village, a temporary alternative shelter, with case management, amenities, and mental and behavioral health services on-site.

Where: Downtown (NW) Portland

Address / Land Owner: 1100 block of NW Naito / leased private property

Note: undeveloped sites often do not have an address, until development on the site triggers the need for one.  We will update this page with the actual address when we have it from the Bureau of Development Services

Links to the location on maps:Portland Maps linkGoogle Maps link.

NW Naito SRV location (1100 Block NW Naito Pkwy.)

Providing services where they are needed

With an Emergency Declaration in early March 2022, this location on private property was added to the list of future Safe Rest Villages. Our system of SRVs is intentionally spread around Portland, to bring the services needed to where people are. 

“As the State Representative for HD33 and a neighbor in NW Portland, I am grateful to see the announcement of additional locations for Safe Rest Villages in our city,” said Representative Maxine Dexter. “It is critical we continue to work together across the community and all levels of government to have a robust, effective, compassionate, and coordinated response to homelessness. I welcome the site which will provide shelter and services to our houseless neighbors in House District 33 along NW Naito Parkway. Helping people get connected to critical support services and into safe and stable shelter is a critical step on the path out of homelessness.”

Commissioner Dan Ryan, County Commissioner Sharon Meieran, and the SRV team attended a Pearl District Neighborhood meeting recently to share the deatails about the future village and answer questions. 

Community Engagement

Our team has begun working with the community since this site's announcement.  We have met with the Pearl District Neighborhood Association (PDNA), and are establishing our stakeholder group.

FAQ for this site:

A printable FAQ sheet for this site is available. It will be updated as things evolve.

The SRV team provided comprehensive answers to community questions raised during a Pearl District Neighborhood Association meeting in September 2022.  Below is a link to the responses to those community questions. 

This site will be updated as things evolve.  There is much more information on linked pages, but if you find that you have questions not addressed here, please reach out to our team at saferestvillages@portlandoregon…