Thank you for visiting the website for the Grant Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA). 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 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.
Neighborhood Meeting Notice -Wireless Installation in Public Right-of-Way
There will be an informational meeting on November 15th regarding a proposed AT&T wireless facility located on PacifiCorp utility poles in the City of Portland public right-of-way, and associated supporting equipment at 2707 NE 33rd Ave.
Grant Park Church
2728 NE 34th Avenue
Portland, OR 97212
Wednesday, November 15, 2023
7:00pm- 8:00pm (The meeting may end early if there are no attendees or if all questions have been resolved after 20 minutes.)
AT&T FirstNet Facility – PT99 Knott & 33rd
The attached flyer provides more information about the AT&T Facility Neighborhood Meeting Notification
GPNA Response to Grant Park Bowl Closure
Grant Park Neighborhood Association recently sent the following letter to City of Portland Mayor and City Commissioners, Superintendent Guerrero PPS School Board Members, and Principal at Grant High in response to the closure of Grant Park Bowl.
Stay tuned for more information on a potential neighborhood forum on the matter.
Host a high school or college student from Japan for 1-4 weeks this summer! Hosting an international student is a great way to learn about a new culture, establish global friendships, and introduce young people to the great wide world. It is an impactful experience centered around international collaboration, solidarity, and education. The students are coming to share cultures, practice English, and become part of an American household. Students will have weekday English classes and activities at Portland State University or Pacific International Academy, commuting on public transit. (We also have long term college students enrolled at PSU, PIA, PCC campuses, Clark College, and Lewis and Clark College.) Students bring their own spending money and are covered by comprehensive medical and accident insurance. Families receive orientation materials, 24/7 support, and a small hosting stipend. ACES is a PNW nonprofit that has been connecting families and students since 1995. Learn more at acescollegehomstay.org, apply online, or contact us at email@example.com or 971-387-6388.
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!
2024 Board Meeting Schedule
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you will attend ideally at least two days prior to the date of the meeting, and include your physical address (residence or business) within Grant Park neighborhood, email address, and telephone number.
January 9, 2024 (more info coming soon)
March 12, 2024
May 14, 2024
September 10, 2024
November 12, 2024
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.