This tutorial will provide an overview of local crosswalk laws, when a marked crossing is the best option, how concerns about unsafe crossings should be addressed and what role funding plays in crosswalk decisions.
Interested in improving an alley in your neighborhood? Take a look at these resources created by Mill Street Community Planning and their Alley Allies project.
The ONI Standards require all recognized neighborhood associations to have bylaws. This new bylaws template has been created to help Portland’s neighborhood associations develop and update their bylaws.
Check out some of the latest neighborhood logos before you get started with your own branding project. Having a logo that reflects the character and values of your neighborhood will go a long way to attract new residents to your neighborhood association and activities – and, if branding is consistent, your neighbors will soon recognize just how much their neighborhood association does for their community.
Take a look at these killer posters, yard signs, web graphics and post cards and get pumped! We’ve combed the inter-webs to find the most interesting community events and graphics we think your neighborhood could riff on.
Meetings can be a drag, but your outreach doesn’t have to be. In fact, we’re willing to bet that new and improved meeting outreach will not only bring more neighbors knocking on your door – having additional folks in the room will make your meetings more lively and dynamic.