Kaiser Permanente - Kaiser Permanente founded in 1945, is America’s leading integrated health care organization. They serve the health needs of more than 8.7 million members nationwide—including more than 470,000 in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Kaiser Permanente has been a Portland Sunday Parkways supporter since the beginning in 2008. We are excited and proud to once again be the presenting sponsor of Sunday Parkways. Our partnership with the Portland Bureau of Transportation is a perfect fit to our mission to improve the health of the communities we serve.
NW Natural - Building on a legacy of over 163 years in the Pacific Northwest, NW Natural is innovating new, sustainable ways to meet the demands of the region's growing population. One way is with renewable natural gas. Renewable natural gas is a zero-carbon resource produced from local, organic materials like food, agricultural and forestry waste, wastewater, or landfills. As these materials decompose, they produce methane, which can be captured, conditioned to pipeline quality, and delivered in the existing pipeline system to homes, businesses, and also natural gas vehicles. This process closes the loop on waste and provides a renewable energy option for the natural gas system, in the same way that wind and solar are used to generate renewable electricity. Learn more at nwnatural.com/rng.
Portland Parks & Recreation - Portland Parks & Recreation has proudly partnered with Sunday Parkways since 2008. We believe sustaining a healthy park and recreation system makes Portland a great place to live, work, and play. Portland's parks, public places, natural areas, and recreational opportunities give life and beauty to our city. These essential assets connect people to place, self, and others. Portland's residents treasure and care for this legacy, building on the past to provide for future generations.
Metro, It’s not enough just to build a transportation system with options to walk, bike, take transit or ride share. People need to know how to access those options and understand the benefits. Metro’s Regional Travel Options program works to improve community livability, reduce pollution, and improve mobility access by guiding and supporting programs throughout the region that give people information, opportunities and incentives to help them use travel options.
Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
To request the Sunday Parkways Sponsorship Packet, contact us at PortlandSundayParkways@PortlandOregon.gov.