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North Portland Sunday Parkways 2021

Sunday Parkways Presented by Kaiser Permanente invited you to explore North Portland with this years choose your own adventure programming and Sticker Hunt!
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Choose your own adventure in North Portland has Ended

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

This year's North 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. 

Map of N Sunday Parkways route

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!

North 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


North Greeley Multi-Use Path & paving project - The N Greeley Multi-Use Path is a two-way, one-mile path on the east side of N Greeley Avenue from N Going Street to N Interstate Avenue. The two-way bicycle and pedestrian facility is protected from vehicle traffic with continuous concrete barriers. N Greeley Avenue has also been repaved.

North Portland in Motion - Learn more about this upcoming planning effort to identify transportation needs and near-term investments to improve access to community destinations and support walking, biking, and transit use in the North Portland peninsula. Join the mailing list for updates and opportunties to share input


6/26 THRIVE Healthy Living Symposium hosted by St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church
Saturday June 26th, 2021 from 11:00-3:00 pm at McCoy Park 4677 N Trenton St, Portland, OR 97203.

Free community event, “Don’t just Survive — THRIVE“ hosted by St. Paul MBC will feature opportunities for mammograms, COVID-19 Vaccines, Food Boxes, Various Health Vendors, Speakers: Breast Cancer, Teen and Adolescents Mental Health, STRESS and Urology, food and some GREAT PRIZES!


  • Arbor Lodge Park 
  • Peninsula Park Rose Garden 
  • Kenton Park 
  • McCoy Park