Hi neighbors! We hope you are keeping warm and safely enjoying the recent snowstorm. Keep reading for information on an upcoming neighborhood safety conversation, an artist popup market at Arleta Triangle Square, and how to host your event at the Square.
Join a Neighborhood Safety conversation sponsored by the City of Portland and the Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association.
When: March 8, 2023 at 7-8 pm Where: 5512 SE 73rd Ave. (MS Presbyterian Church)
The event is limited to 25 participants. RSVP below to secure your spot.
Email any questions or topic suggestions to: Jacob.Brostoff@portlandoregon.gov
Pre-Spring Pop Up Market
Come to the Pre-Spring Pop Up market on March 18th and support your neighbors and local artists! The market is located at the newly-revamped ARLETA TRIANGLE SQUARE on SE Woodstock/SE 72nd. You can have a great time with your friends and family and also visit Fat Cupcake for sweets or Mt Scott Pub right across the street to grab some drinks. Don’t miss out on this fun and exciting event!
When: March 18, 2023 at 12-5 pm Where: SE 72nd Ave & Woodstock (Arleta Triangle Square)
Host Your Event at the Triangle Square
Host your next event at the Arleta Triangle Square, a free and welcoming public space that promotes sustainability, cultivates community, and provides safety for the neighborhood. Whether it’s a community gathering, a birthday party, or a get-together with friends, the Arleta Triangle Square is the perfect outdoor venue. Come create, gather, and meet at the Triangle Square. Reserve the space with an email to the neighborhood association with details and enjoy the benefits of an inclusive and versatile public space. See you at the Triangle Square!
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Have you noticed missing traffic signs, graffiti, trash, potholes, or other safety concerns? You can report them by using the PDX Reporter App or by calling 3-1-1.
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