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Northwest Neighborhood Association

The Northwest Neighborhood Association (NWNA) strives to maintain a strong sense of community and pride as the city's population grows. This thriving neighborhood consists of quiet neighborhoods, major apartment complexes, townhomes and the open-air Gresham Station retail center.

The goal of the NWNA is to foster a close-knit neighborhood by providing residents with opportunities to become involved in a safe and welcoming environment. We invite you to our regular meetings, annual summer picnic at Bella Vista Park, regular park clean-ups and to join one of our Neighborhood Watch groups.

For general questions about the NWNA, or to be included in our mailers, please email with your name, address and email address.

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Meeting schedule

  • August 8, 2024: NWNA Picnic in the Park at 6:00 pm at Bella Vista Park, 401 NW Bella Vista Drive
  • Oct. 21, 2024: NWNA meeting at 7:00 pm, hybrid through Zoom or in person at Kyoudou Center at the Gresham Japanese Garden, 219 S. Main Ave.

See agenda below for Zoom link

  • Agendas, Bylaws and Minutes
  • Board Members
  • Boundary
Board Members

Kat Todd, President

Chris Fast, Vice President

Barbara Adams, Secretary

Mary Makenna, Treasurer

John Bildsoe, Land Use Director

Alex Kampf, Tree Committee Chair


Find your neighborhood

The Northwest Neighborhood has Powell Boulevard as its southern boundary; with the traction lines on the western boundaries. Follow the traction line north to 16th, go east to 202nd (Birdsdale) and turn north again to Burnside, follow Burnside to 223rd (Eastman Parkway) and go south to Powell Boulevard.