Are you interested in effecting change where you live? Your Neighborhood Association Committee volunteers are working each month to promote community where you live.
From working with local businesses to create outdoor seating to planting trees along neighbor-hood streets, there is plenty of work to be done.
Most Neighborhoods are meeting monthly through Zoom to hear presentations from your city and its partners, including Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue and the Beaverton Police Department. You can call into the meeting or attend online. The meetings may also include a planning session for an upcoming community event or service project, or hearing about proposed developments.
There are no dues or fees for Neighborhood membership; anyone who lives, owns property or rep-resents a business or nonprofit is a member and is invited to participate. There are grant funds available for projects; bring your ideas and roll up your sleeves to work on an issue that is important to you.
To learn which neighborhood you live in and when the next meeting is, please visit www.BeavertonOregon.gov/NAC. Meet your neighbors, create community and effect change!
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Meet your neighbors and find out what’s going on in your neighborhood. All meetings are free, open to the public and are now online!
Central Beaverton – Sep. 14, Oct. 5
Denney Whitford /Raleigh West – Sep. 10, Oct. 8 http://www.BeavertonOregon.gov/denneywhitfordraleighwest
Five Oaks Triple Creek – Sep. 8, Oct. 13
Greenway – Thursday, Sep. 17, no meeting in Oct.
Highland – Sep. 10, Oct. 8
Neighbors Southwest/Sexton Mountain (Joint Meeting) – Sep. 15, Oct. 20
South Beaverton – To Be Announced
Vose – To Be Announced
West Beaverton – Sep. 10, Oct. 8
West Slope – Sep. 15, Oct. 20