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East Portland Sunday Parkways 2024

Community Event
Celebrate National Bike Month and open streets during the Portland Sunday Parkways’ East event presented by Kaiser Permanente on May 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.!
Portland Sunday Parkways 2024 event banner featuring 2024 dates and a photo of two people riding their bikes on an open street, and a group of participants engaging in a fitness class.
11:00 am 4:00 pm

 Last updated 3/13/2024

Please visit the East Portland Sunday Parkways webpage for detailed event information.

East Portland Webpage

Portland Sunday Parkways presented by Kaiser Permanente will start the 2024 season with a return to the East Portland route on May 19, 2024 during National Bike Month.  

Feeling the FOMO? Keep up to date by texting "East" to 888-520-0526 for the latest event updates and thrilling details on entertainment and activities. Standard text message rates may apply. Opt-out anytime by texting STOP.  

East Portland event route

Map of the Sunday Parkways event in East Portland on May 19, 2024 noting the 3.3-mile multimodal route, and where car traffic can cross. Map features the parks on either end of the route and in the middle: Gateway Discovery Park, Ventura Park, and Lincoln Park. Details of these routes and car crossings are in the body text below this image.

The East Portland 3.3-mile down-and-back route will feature Gateway Discovery Park, Ventura Park, and Lincoln Park. Start anywhere on the route and bike, walk, or roll as you explore the three featured parks. Each park will feature unique entertainment, community booths, and vendors, so make sure you take the time to visit each one between 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.! 

Participants are welcome to join the East Portland route at any point and head in any direction. This event route is specially designed to highlight the network of neighborhood greenways and other infrastructure, parks, and community resources. There will be areas along the route and at the featured parks where circulation slows for vendor marketplaces, community booths, free family-friendly activities, and live entertainment. 

Mobile route map

Take the event map with you by clicking on the link below to open a Google Map version of the route on your phone. You can turn on and off different layers of information by clicking on the legend. 

Mobile Map