Resources & Attractions

Neighborhood Associations

There are a number of associations in Portland and Midway with a variety of missions who may be a big help for whatever cause or purpose you might have.
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Columbia River Gorge

A world-class landscape that extends more than 100 miles east of Portland, where the Columbia River carves a dramatic canyon between the states of Oregon and Washington.
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Mount Hood

Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory never ceases to amaze. Rich in history, food straight from the farm, and recreational possibilities, each day offers a new experience.
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Powell Butte Nature Park

Powell Butte, an extinct cinder cone volcano, rises near the headwaters of Johnson Creek – an urban creek with remnant populations of native salmon and steelhead.
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Leach Botanical Garden

A botanical garden that highlights northwest native plants and features other unique collections including a modern physic garden, alpine house and fen.
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Ed Benedict Park

A local park meant to provoke thought regarding the intersection between natural and man made environments, and points towards a search for balance and sustainability.
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Kelly Butte Natural Area

A city park of about 23 acres in southeast Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon, just east of Interstate 205, named after pioneer Clinton Kelly, who settled the area in 1848.
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Local Emergency Notifications

If you would like to be kept informed of emergency situations such as extreme weather, power outages, traffic jams, transit interruptions and more, sign up here.
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