Welcome Statement

Grant Park is a historic, tree-lined neighborhood with parks, a large and involved school community, and many kinds of residents: young adults, families, seniors, homeowners, and renters. Grant Park also has a thriving business community that provides a wide variety of services for Grant Park residents and beyond. Grant Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA) values our inclusive community and encourages everyone to join us. All meetings are open to the public, and membership is free.

While we believe our neighborhood is wonderful, we also know that there is always room for improvement. Further, we acknowledge the larger picture of Portland’s history of racism and discrimination, and no part of Portland is free of this shameful history. Even today, our neighborhood bears the marks of Portland’s history of redlining, gentrification, and systemic racism. We stand against racism, discrimination, and marginalization of any kind, and we embrace the inherent value in the contributions of different cultures, perspectives, and lived experiences. Our neighborhood becomes a better place when all residents and visitors feel welcomed, safe, and included.


Dumpster Day!

The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is hosting neighborhood events around the city in spring 2024 where people who live in the area can get rid of large, bulky trash items.

Irvington, Sullivans Gulch, Hollywood, Grant Park, Lloyd

When: Saturday, May 18, 2024 9am-1pm (or until dumpsters are full)
Where: Grant Park Church (2728 NE 34th Ave); cars should enter from NE 35th Ave, southbound

The Junior Rose Parade Coming Soon!

The Junior Rose Parade will be coming to the neighborhood on Wednesday, June 5th, 2024. There are many opportunities to participate and volunteer– click here for more information.

Do you like walking in your neighborhood?

We need volunteers to help deliver the Grant Park Neighborhood Association newsletter to every home.  Average route is 30-40 homes and the newsletter is published quarterly. Volunteer to help distribute newsletters here!

News & Events

GPNA Newsletter

Our newsletter is published quarterly and contains articles and news about the neighborhood. We hand deliver the newsletter to every home in the neighborhood. To browse past issues or view it digitally, click the button below.

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2024 Board Meeting Schedule

Public Welcome

Next Meeting:
When: May 14, 2024 at 7pm
Location: Grant Park Church (2728 NE 34th Ave) & Zoom

Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/4646609499?pwd=ZVFEQ3JHOU5qRUdxV3Q1aDFJM1g0dz09

Meeting ID: 464 660 9499
Passcode: 292081
Proposed Bylaws Changes – Note: All general members of GPNA may vote on the attached draft bylaw changes
GPNA Agenda May 14 2024
DRAFT GPNA Meeting Minutes 03.12.24
May Treasurer’s Report – 05.01.2024
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Email Report | May 2024

Upcoming Meetings:
September 10, 2024
November 12, 2024

GPNA Land Use Meetings

Public Welcome

Next Meeting:
Thursday, August 29, 2024 at 7pm

Location: Grant Park Church (2728 NE 34th Ave) & Zoom

Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/4646609499?pwd=ZVFEQ3JHOU5qRUdxV3Q1aDFJM1g0dz09

Meeting ID: 464 660 9499
Passcode: 292081

Upcoming Meetings:
Wednesday, October 30th, 2024


Grant Park is one of Portland’s 95 geographically defined neighborhoods. Located in northeast Portland, Grant Park is bordered by Alameda and Beaumont-Wilshire to the north, Irvington to the west, Rose City Park to the east, and the Hollywood District, Sullivan’s Gulch, and Laurelhurst to the south.

The Grant Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA) is a volunteer organization that serves as the liaison between Grant Park residents and businesses, and the city government. The city’s Office of Community and Civic Life coordinates the neighborhood associations, which are clustered together into coalitions. Grant Park is part of the coalition known as Central Northeast Neighbors.

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