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Fall 2015 ENA newsletter now available

The Fall 2015 edition of the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association newsletter will reach mailboxes soon. You can download a copy of the newsletter here.

The newsletter contains 16 pages of updates and information about events and activities that affect the quality of life in our neighborhood.

Many thanks to Meg Merrick, newsletter editor, and all who contributed to this edition. Thanks also to Reed College which covered the printing of the newsletter that will be arriving at homes by Thanksgiving.

ENA Meeting this Thursday, Nov. 19

The next meeting of the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association will be held Thursday, Nov. 19, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Duniway School library at 7700 SE Reed College Place. The meeting is open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

A copy of the meeting agenda and packet can be found here. We look forward to seeing you there.

ENA Meeting – Thursday, Oct. 15

The next meeting of the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association will take place this Thursday, Oct. 15, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Duniway School Library.

A copy of the meeting packet can be downloaded here. The meeting will include updates on the sequoia trees on SE Martins St., a variety of land use-related concerns, and a discussion with neighbors about parking concerns along SE 27th Avenue related to the recently opened Bybee MAX station.

The meeting is open to the public and we hope to see you there.


Eastmoreland tree planting – Saturday, Dec. 12

Help keep Eastmoreland green by planting a tree this year.

Eastmoreland appears verdant when you drive through, but we know that there are over 700 blank places where street trees could be planted, and many of our older trees are nearing the end of their lives. You can help keep Eastmoreland cool in the summer and green year-round by taking advantage of Friends of Trees’ special offer this year: all regular trees are only $35, and some native conifers are even free. This is a great chance to clean up the air, enhance the quality of your street,  and get to know your neighbors.

The key dates are:

Monday, November 9 – cutoff for getting your strip inspected by the city, so you need to start the process before this date. You start by opening an account at the Friends of Trees website.

Monday, November 23 – deadline for actually ordering your tree(s) from Friends of Trees.

Saturday, December 12 – the Saturday we will be putting the trees in the ground; bound to be sunny and warm.

This year several neighborhoods will be staging together  at Our Lady of Sorrows Church,   5239 SE Woodstock. We start with breakfast at 8:45 a.m., go out in teams to plant trees, and then gather for a potluck lunch about noon. Like last year, this will probably be the biggest planting date of the year for Friends of Trees, so they are also looking for extra volunteers with trucks to deliver trees.

If you have any questions, please contact Eastmoreland planting coordinator Tim Moore at 571-282-9644, or email at