The MSANA will meet online to comply with state health guidelines and requirements. Future meetings will be online until it is safe to meet in person with physical distancing guidelines. Your wellbeing always remains a top priority.
To comply with state health guidelines under the state of emergency, MSANA meetings will be held online until in-person meetings may resume.
Date: Wednesday, July 1st (Link to Agenda)
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Google Hangouts (Link)
To join the meeting, click on the Google Hangouts link above. If you have not used this tool before, you can find information here – Hangouts Meet Training and Help
All are welcome. Todos son bienvenidos. Tất cả đều được chào đón.
The June meeting is canceled tonight.
Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association will hold elections for Board positions July 1st, 2020. The MSANA Board consists entirely of volunteers. Board members must be Neighborhood Association members (see below) and must have attended at least two meetings within the current calendar year in order to be eligible to be elected. (See Bylaws Article VI, Section 2).
Membership in the Neighborhood Association is open to residents, property owners, business licensees and representatives of governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations located within the neighborhood boundaries. To qualify as a member one must also have confirmed their membership status on a meeting sign-in sheet. (See Bylaws Article IV, Section 1).
Board positions include Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Past Chair, SE Uplift Board Member, and At-Large Members as committee chairs or event coordinators. All it takes is a few nights available each month and the desire to see your neighborhood improve as the city grows. Contact us if you are interested!
The June meeting is canceled tonight. Be safe, see our social posts about opportunities to support Black, Indigenous, People of Color businesses and organizations, and connect with your neighbors.
We are pleased to announce the May 2020 (virtual) meeting of your Mt. Scott–Arleta Neighborhood Association (MSANA)!
To comply with state health guidelines under the state of emergency, MSANA meetings will shift online until in-person meetings may resume.
Date: Wednesday, 6-May
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Location: Google Hangouts
To join the meeting, click on the Google Hangouts link above. If you have not used this tool before, you can find information here – Hangouts Meet Training and HelpAt the May meeting, we will brainstorm answers to the question:
What could we all do to provide mutual aid and support for our neighbors during the COVID-19 crisis? How can Mt. Scott–Arleta Neighborhood Association help?
To quote PDX COVID-19 Mutual Aid Network, in times of crisis we can respond to the needs of our community with collective power and mutual aid. This can be as simple as checking with neighbors at a safe distance for example. If you are unable to join us at the meeting for our brainstorming session, you can submit your own ideas here and we will be sure to discuss them.
View the May meeting agenda here. Download a PDF copy here.
MSANA Elections Postponed
Due to the state of emergency and physical distancing required, the neighborhood elections for MSANA are delayed. Everyone who resides or works within Mt. Scott–Arleta is a member and is eligible for nomination. Opportunities exist to join the board today. Board positions include Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Past Chair, SE Uplift Board Member, and At-Large Members as committee chairs or event coordinators. All it takes is a few nights available each month and the desire to see your neighborhood continue to improve. Contact us if you are interested!
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We encourage you to vote “YES” for Measure-26-209. Mailers for the May 19, 2020 Primary Election are on their way to your mailbox. This measure is a continuation of the Fixing Our Streets fuel tax for repairing city streets. In addition to providing critical revenue to repair potholes, fund Safe Routes to School, complete missing links in our sidewalk network, and provide new traffic signals & street lights, the program will provide a low-stress route for students of Franklin High to safely travel to & from the Mt. Scott-Arleta.
Read more about Measure 26-209 & Fixing Our Streets at https://fixingourstreets.com