The Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association is setting up email distribution in a new account management system. Making this change gives us the opportunity to streamline our communications as well as address membership concerns about privacy and the integrity of our membership records.
What does this mean for you?
“Yes, I would like to receive email updates from the ENA!” Great! You will need to opt-in via a two-step verification process using the link below.
“I’m ALREADY on your email list.”
Thanks for subscribing! However, you will STILL need to opt-in using the link below, or you will be dropped from our list on December 31, 2017.
“No, thank you, I am not interested.” No problem! If you would prefer to NOT receive email communications from the ENA, you do not need to do anything. Our current mailing list will be phased out by December 31, 2017.
The Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association respects your privacy. We will not share your personal information with any third party. Any personal information you share with us will only be used for official ENA business.
The Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association is working to maintain our quality of life, working with the City, police and fire, media, businesses, schools and homeowners. Sign to get the latest news immediately, and come to our monthly meetings.
You will find all sorts of useful information regarding our neighborhood and the issues that we care about.
If you would like to have anything posted or corrected please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on Crime Statistics above or go to: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/police/71978. First, you want to choose the neighborhood association. You can either select it in the scroll down box above the map or you can click on it on the map. Then you can select the dates/months you want to see and then you can print them out. These statistics only go back as far as May of 2015 when they began loading the information into the new program. That gives you a two year window, so it’ll show a little depth of view. At that time, they reclassified some crimes, too, so even though it’s not a long view, the comparisons will be apples to apples from May 2015 forward.
Preparing for the big one is a matter of life and death. The ENA Emergency Preparedness Committee (EPC) has prepared an emergency earthquake resource guide, “When Disaster Strikes Eastmoreland.” After downloading, print it and store with your emergency items. Click here for the guide. Click here for some quick tips, “A Little Prep Now, Big Pay-off Later,” also prepared by the EPC.
The ENA Neighborhood Association Historic District website includes events, timeline, and comprehensive information including frequently asked questions and documents related to the Eastmoreland Historic District project. Here is the link: historicdistrict.eastmoreland.org.
SHPO’s Eastmoreland Historic District Nomination Webpage Launched
The State Historic Preservation Office has launched a webpage dedicated to Eastmoreland’s historic District nomination. Click here for information about the process, nomination, documents, and updates about the nomination.