Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association The neighborhood association is a vehicle for interacting directly with elected officials and decision-makers and other residents.

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association

11/27/2018

Don’t forget our meeting tomorrow at 7pm
**We will hold the meeting in the Alice Ott Middle School Library
12500 SE Ramona St.


Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association General Meeting
7pm, November 28, 2018
Dale Shetler, Acting Chair

Spring cleaning underway until 12:00pm! Accepting non hazardous materials bulk items and furniture. No electronics allow...
04/21/2018

Spring cleaning underway until 12:00pm!

Accepting non hazardous materials bulk items and furniture. No electronics allowed.

Just a reminder PVNA neighborhood clean up is this weekend Saturday 9-12noon
04/18/2018

Just a reminder PVNA neighborhood clean up is this weekend Saturday 9-12noon

Spring Clean up open to public Saturday April 21st 9am to Noon. Attached is Cost and what is acceptable and what is prohibited. Location will be at Golden Dynasty on foster.

Spring Clean up open to public Saturday April 21st 9am to Noon. Attached is Cost and what is acceptable and what is proh...
04/10/2018

Spring Clean up open to public Saturday April 21st 9am to Noon. Attached is Cost and what is acceptable and what is prohibited. Location will be at Golden Dynasty on foster.

Don’t forget our meeting tomorrow at 7pm**NEW LOCATION: We will hold the meeting in the Alice Ott Middle School Librar...
03/21/2018
Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association

Don’t forget our meeting tomorrow at 7pm
**NEW LOCATION: We will hold the meeting in the Alice Ott Middle School Library
12500 SE Ramona St.


Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association General Meeting
7pm, March 21, 2018
Dale Shetler, Acting Chair

**NEW LOCATION: We will hold the meeting in the Alice Ott Middle School Library
12500 SE Ramona St.


Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association General Meeting
7pm, March 21, 2018
Dale Shetler, Acting Chair

03/20/2018

**NEW LOCATION: We will hold the meeting in the Alice Ott Middle School Library
12500 SE Ramona St.


Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association General Meeting
7pm, March 21, 2018
Dale Shetler, Acting Chair

01/19/2018

Thank you everyone for such great attendance at our meeting this past Wednesday. We really enjoyed all of your input and will keep All informed about our next meeting location as the date approaches.

Thank you Zenger Farms for the hospitality the community of Pleasant Valley really enjoyed the meeting space provided.

01/17/2018

**NEW LOCATION: We will hold the meeting in the new building at ZENGER FARM, 11741 SE Foster Rd.


Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association
January 17, 2018 General Meeting, 7pm
Acting Chair, Dale Shetler

01/09/2018

**NEW LOCATION: We will hold the meeting in the new building at ZENGER FARM, 11741 SE Foster Rd.


Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association
January 17, 2018 General Meeting, 7pm
Acting Chair, Dale Shetler

11/13/2017

PVNA Meeting this Wednesday, Re SE Foster Rd TFC and SE 112th TFC
Attn PVNA Members November Meeting Notice

I guess if I could call a meeting special, adding attention, this would be a candidate!! At just about every meeting in my 19 years on the Board transportation issues have been discussed. Many individual projects and locations have been addressed and it doesn’t take long to realize they are all interconnected.

Well here is a great opportunity to grapple with our mini-regional transportation challenges and objectives. Although it is impossible to narrow the focus on every problem area, we will be addressing three very substantial topics.

The 112th corridor from Mt Scott to Foster, the Foster Corridor from 136ish to Barbara Welsh, and the infamous 172nd/Foster intersection are up for discussion at this meeting.

We will be joined by Daniel Soebbing, key member of the transportation planning team at PBOT.

We will not be announcing plans or solutions at our meetings. On the 112th and Foster Corridor issues we will be looking for a path forward and help guiding our future efforts in the most effective way. And on the 172nd and Foster intersection, this is being addressed by a new joint jurisdiction that Mr. Soebbing is a participant.

It should be a valuable and results oriented meeting and I hope to see you there.

Please join us on November 15, 7pm at the Grange, 17115 SE Foster Rd (at SE 172nd).

Paul

Check out one of our local gems just hidden off of the city streets of Foster.
10/22/2017
Dale

Check out one of our local gems just hidden off of the city streets of Foster.

One of PVNA's GEMS
Check out the proposed LET'S BUILD THE AERIAL TREEWALK at Leach Gardens... PVNA proudly supports this event!

09/18/2017

Pleasant Valley Meeting this Wednesday
Important meeting to discuss, among other things, intersection of SE 112th and Mt.Scott to discuss safety and traffic congestion, East Portland Neighborhood Organization to discuss making our Neighborhood Organization even more effective, as well as several pertinent items regarding the success of our neighborhood.

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association�
Sep 20, 2017�7pm. Pleasant Valley Grange, 172nd and Foster, �

General Meeting Agenda

Welcome & introductions – 5 minutes
Neighborhood safety officers - 5 minutes Officer Ismail – cell 503.545.3847 or [email protected] Multnomah County Deputy Bybee, [email protected]
Announcements, Neighbors questions and concerns - 15 minutes �Announcement on Position of Board Chair PNA. Discussion of PVNA Vision Retreat, Sharon Goldsworthy
The ARC, Multnomah County, brief presentation of the role of The ARC, a leading local distributor of clothing drive items to assist local schools, churches, sports teams, and other non-profits. Kathy Buss. 5 min
EPNO Executive Director Victor Salinas, discussion of role of Neighborhood Associations, Grant Opportunities
Intersection of SE 112th and Mt. Scott, discussion of the safety challenges of this intersection. Matthew Machado of Portland Bureau of Transportation will be available to listen and respond to concerns.

09/05/2017

Reminder September 20th will be our next general meeting date!

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association
Sep 20, 2017 7pm
Pleasant Valley Grange
17115 SE Foster Road
(intersection of SE Foster Road and SE 172nd)

07/15/2017

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Assoc Meeting July 19
Hello Neighborhood, we have an exciting and diverse meeting scheduled for July, 19, 7pm at the Pleasant Valley Grange. We hope to see you there.

We will be addressing important land uses including a focus on SE 162nd, an introduction and discussion with Victor Salinas, the new Executive Director of the East Portland Neighborhood Office, an urgent discussion with Cameron Glasgow of PBOT regarding the status and progress of replacing the SE 122nd bridge and a discussion regarding upcoming ballot measure adding tax to sugary drinks in Multnomah County.

We will also discuss upcoming plans to update and modernize our governing by-laws for PVNA and other issues of interest to our neighbors including parks.

Here is the agenda:

See you there,

Paul

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association�July 19, 2017�7pm PV Grange� General Meeting Agenda

Welcome & introductions –
Neighborhood safety officers - Officer Ismail – cell 503.545.3847 or [email protected] Multnomah County Deputy Bybee, [email protected]
Announcements, Neighbors questions and concerns - 15 minutes �Land Use 162nd, Modernization of By-Laws PVNA
SE 122ND Bridge Replace, Cameron Glasgow, PDOT
East Portland Neighborhood Office, Introduction and discussion with Victor Sanchez, Executive Director
Discussion, upcoming Ballot Measure by Multnomah County Coalition for Healthy Drinks an Education, Dante Haruna
Parks, Update on Bundy Park cleanup, access and Gilbert Park Upgrade
Adjourn
Next PVNA Board meeting – August 2, 5pm BECO
Next PVNA General meeting – September 20, 7pm Pleasant Valley Grange

05/17/2017
Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association

Reminder this is TODAY!

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association
May 17, 2017 7pm
Pleasant Valley Grange
17115 SE Foster Road
(intersection of SE Foster Road and SE 172nd)

2017 Hidden Gems Recognition, Pleasant Valley Parks


May 17 will mark the 4th Annual Hidden Gems Presentation for the Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association. Hidden Gems is a way for us to bring focus on the unique and valuable asets present in the Pleasant Valley Neighborhood. We have identified our parks and our Portland Parks Bureau for recognition in 2017.

We have literally hundreds of acres of parks land within our boundaries. We have activity parks, intended for active use including play equipment, sports games, picnics and like activities. We also have nature areas intended for both land preservation as well as hiking and enjoying the outdoors,

What we don’t have is complete knowledge about these valuable assets. We doubt many of us know that much about our parks, their history, condition or, most importantly, plans for the future.

Now is your opportunity to learn all that and more at our Hidden Gems Presentation. We will have leaders from the Portland Parks Bureau who focus their daily efforts on both activity parks and nature areas. We invite you to learn of the past and present and contribute to the future of parks in Pleasant Valley.

It is no secret that Outer SE Portland, and Pleasant Valley specifically has not benefited from parks to the same degree as the majority of Portland. This meeting can be the first major step in providing a remedy to this situation.

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association
May 17, 2017 7pm
Pleasant Valley Grange
17115 SE Foster Road
(intersection of SE Foster Road and SE 172nd)

05/07/2017

2017 Hidden Gems Recognition, Pleasant Valley Parks


May 17 will mark the 4th Annual Hidden Gems Presentation for the Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association. Hidden Gems is a way for us to bring focus on the unique and valuable asets present in the Pleasant Valley Neighborhood. We have identified our parks and our Portland Parks Bureau for recognition in 2017.

We have literally hundreds of acres of parks land within our boundaries. We have activity parks, intended for active use including play equipment, sports games, picnics and like activities. We also have nature areas intended for both land preservation as well as hiking and enjoying the outdoors,

What we don’t have is complete knowledge about these valuable assets. We doubt many of us know that much about our parks, their history, condition or, most importantly, plans for the future.

Now is your opportunity to learn all that and more at our Hidden Gems Presentation. We will have leaders from the Portland Parks Bureau who focus their daily efforts on both activity parks and nature areas. We invite you to learn of the past and present and contribute to the future of parks in Pleasant Valley.

It is no secret that Outer SE Portland, and Pleasant Valley specifically has not benefited from parks to the same degree as the majority of Portland. This meeting can be the first major step in providing a remedy to this situation.

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association
May 17, 2017 7pm
Pleasant Valley Grange
17115 SE Foster Road
(intersection of SE Foster Road and SE 172nd)

04/17/2017

Neighborhood Clean Up Guidelines and details!

Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Clean up is scheduled for Saturday April 29, 2017. It will start at 9:00 AM and run until Noon, or earlier if bins are full.
We are also collecting gently used bikes and toys that will be donated to Community Cycling Center and the Pay it forward store.
This event is being held in the parking lot of Golden Dynasty Restaurant located at 11128 SE Foster Rd. Cars $10, Van/Trucks $20 - $25.
Please note that we CANNOT accept any hazardous waste, TV’s, computers, monitors, or printers. No yard debris or kitchen garbage. No tires or roofing or construction debris. NO commercial loads will be accepted.

This event is sponsored in part by the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, Metro and East Portland Neighborhood Office.

03/15/2017
Pleasant Valley Neighborhood Association

General meeting is today at 7pm!

See you all tonight......

General Meeting

March 15 Wednesday , 7pm,

Pleasant Valley Grange, 17115 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR

03/12/2017

General Meeting

March 15 Wednesday , 7pm,

Pleasant Valley Grange, 17115 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR

Check out this great opportunity to get involved.
02/17/2017

Check out this great opportunity to get involved.

JCWC is still looking for volunteers for March 4

01/24/2017

Sorry for the last minute canceling of last weeks meeting. With the weather and conditions of the parking lot at the grange there were no spots for people to safely park.

01/10/2017

General Meeting

January 18, 7pm,

Pleasant Valley Grange, 17115 SE Foster Rd, Portland, OR

01/08/2017
US National Weather Service Portland Oregon

If you must go out take a look at transit schedules and road conditions

715am | Freezing rain falling across the southern and central Willamette Valley is on the doorstep of the Portland metro and the Kelso/Longview area this morning. Expect untreated surfaces to quickly become glazed with ice this morning.

01/08/2017

PBOT winter weather message

Winter travel safety tips

Carry an emergency weather kit
Have a well-stocked emergency kit in your vehicle to keep you safe and more comfortable during long waits. Your kit should include chains, shovel, bag of sand, battery jumper cables, first aid kit, basic tools (pliers, wrench, screwdriver and knife), blanket, extra clothing (hats, socks, boots, mittens), flashlight, and a cell phone or CB Radio.

Expect slippery sidewalks; clear your own as well

In a winter storm, the sidewalk in front of your neighbor’s house may be the slickest surface you encounter. PBOT applies anti-icer and uses snow plows to clear streets along bus routes, but property owners are responsible for ensuring safe passage on sidewalks.
Look out for people on bike or out walking
Be watchful for pedestrians and bicyclists who are also trying to get around in hazardous, low visibility conditions. Share the Road safely and responsibly.

You are responsible for your vehicle
If you choose to drive, stay with your vehicle in a snow and ice storm. Any abandoned vehicle is subject to being cited and impounded. To locate your vehicle, call Police Auto Records at 503-823-0044. If you are driving and visibility and conditions are getting worse rapidly, do not stop in a travel lane. Any vehicle creating a safety hazard is subject to towing. The citation for "preventing free passage" is $80 and the current contractual cost of a tow is $168, so motorists can expect to pay at least $248. The cost to store a towed vehicle past the initial four hours is $25 per day.

Look for an opportunity to pull off the road into a safe parking area and wait for conditions to improve. If you cannot reach your home, move your vehicle off a major street or plow route onto a side street so that plows can completely open up major streets. If you become stuck or stranded in severe weather, stay with your vehicle for warmth and safety until help arrives. While you wait for help to arrive, open a window slightly for ventilation, run your motor sparingly, and use your emergency flashers.

Recover your vehicle as soon as possible
Parking regulations and other road safety regulations remain enforceable during a winter storm. If you leave your vehicle parked in a metered parking space or other time zone during a winter storm, recover your vehicle as soon as possible when conditions improve. If you receive a citation, follow the instructions on the back of it to resolve it or contest it with the County Circuit Court.

PBOT is prepared, with crews working in tough conditions

PBOT crews applied 8,100 gallons of anti-icer on Monday night, and expect to apply more to try to prevent snow or ice accumulation. Leaf Day service will be provided as scheduled Wednesday morning, for as long as conditions allow. The city's fleet of more than 50 snow plows will be ready by noon. Parking enforcement officers will be in place to tow abandoned vehicles during the evening rush hour.
Plows are not able to move snow accumulations of 1 inch or less, so people who insist on driving should be prepared to drive on snow.

Chains - your link to safety!

Buy chains, practice putting them on your car, carry them in your vehicle, and use them. You may need them unexpectedly!
Do not bike, walk or drive in front of a snow plow. Do not pass snow plows or sanding trucks, which are focused on the city's busiest streets. The drivers have limited visibility, and you're likely to find the road in front of them worse than the road behind.

Tuesday afternoon a sign on SE 162nd jut south of Henderson began broadcasting the message that 162nd would be closed No...
11/23/2016

Tuesday afternoon a sign on SE 162nd jut south of Henderson began broadcasting the message that 162nd would be closed Nov-Jan, Use Alternative Routes. Nothing more. A worker mentioned the closure begins next Monday Nov 28th.

A call to PDOT leadership yielded no answers. They cannot confirm anything about the signs or the closure. We have been promised more information in the morning and that will be passed along.

This kind of misinformation and lack of information is inexcusable. Details to follow.

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