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East Portland Sunday Parkways 2021

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Sunday Parkways Presented by Kaiser Permanente invited you to explore East Portland with this year's choose your own adventure programming and Sticker Hunt!
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Choose your own adventure in East Portland has ended! 

This year, we invited you to celebrate Sunday Parkways any day you want, and anyway you choose! 

This year's East Portland route highlighted Neighborhood Greenways and Slow Streets, which prioritize pedestrians and people biking so that you can explore on your own, and with family and friends. 

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PDF version of the Sticker Hunt map for download or print 

Interactive Google Map

Explore highlights on the route with our interactive Google Map which shows, parks, PBOT transportation projects, Healthy Business Plazas and bike shops!

East Portland Google Map

Play the Sticker Hunt 

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As part of the Choose your own Portland Adventure theme for this year, we are bringing back our Sunday Parkways Presented by Kaiser Permanente Sticker Hunt! There are multiple places along the route where you can spot stickers, earn a reward generously provided by Kaiser Permanente, and be entered to win prizes. 

See Sticker Hunt details 

Visit the Kaiser Permanente NW Sunday Parkways page to download the Sticker Hunt materials, request your own kit, learn about upcoming events, and enjoy a library of videos that focus on hope and resilience. 

Planning your adventure 

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  • Text the word RESILIENCE to 844-874-0050 to get notified with updates throughout the season.
  • Use the route map on your phone or download and print a copy to bring with you.
  • Plan a day to do your adventure and invite friends to join you or discover signs along the route any time you are out and about. 
  • Play the Sticker Hunt Presented by Kaiser Permanente as you explore to earn a reward. 
  • Take photos and share online using #PortlandSundayParkways.

Features on the route

Parks 

Gateway Discovery Park playground
  • Gateway Discovery Park 
  • Knott Park
  • John Luby Park
  • East Holladay Park

Projects

HOP Neighborhood Greenway: Gateway Transit Center to NE 128th Avenue on NE Holladay, Oregon and Pacific

Celebrate this recently completed neighborhood greenway and learn some dance moves through this collaboration with Portland’s Hip Hop Soulsation Academy. #GreenwayShuffle

East Portland Arterial Streets Strategy (EPASS)

A map showing which streets will get road reorganizations.
This map from the EPASS final report shows which streets will feature roadway reorganizations (a change in the number of vehicle lanes), and which streets will features other safety interventions.

This strategy informs new designs for 11 large, busy streets - "arterials" - east of NE/SE 82nd Avenue, including safety enhancements and some changes to the number of vehicle lanes. Many of the recommended projects are in design or under construction.

Events

7/10/21 Adult Learn to Ride Class

Saturday, July 10, 3:00 – 6:00 pm; Gateway Discovery Park, 10520 NE Halsey St

With our safe and easy teaching methods, students will learn how to balance, pedal, start, stop, and steer a bike all in a two hour class. Bikes and helmets will be available to borrow. Hosted by Portland Community College, Bikes for Humanity and the Portland Bureau of Transportation.

9/1/21 Parkrose Pedal Family Ride
Do you have a student in the Parkrose School District? Come out for the Parkrose Pedal Family Ride on Wednesday, Sep. 1 at 1:00 pm. Meet at Parkrose Middle School at noon for safety check and a brief bike skills refresher. A walking route will also be available!

Go By Greenways is back
Celebrate new, safe places to bike and walk and get a chance to win fabulous prizes. The Go By Greenways scavenger hunt game is coming to Centennial neighborhood in late August, in time to show off the 150's Neighborhood Greenways, improvements on SE 136th Avenue and more. You could win a $500 gift card for playing! Check out GoByGreenways.org for all the details.