One of Portland’s oldest neighborhood associations, the PDNA was formed in 1977 to improve the livability of the heart of the city. Members of the PDNA live, work, own property, or attend educational institutions within the association’s borders. Membership is free and all work is purely voluntary. Regular meetings are held to discuss common issues including affordable housing, homelessness, crime prevention, transportation, land use, preservation of historic buildings, pedestrian safety, noise and many others. Neighbors also coordinate social gatherings like ice cream socials, picnics, and concerts in the parks.
For more information, contact Felicia Williams, Chair.
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