Public Safety Resources

On September 20, 2021, the City of Portland hosted a community safety meeting for our neighborhood. The following document came out of that meeting:

Public Safety Resources

Emergency Preparedness

Portland Bureau of Emergency Management
Grant Park Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET)

City of Portland

Community and Civic Life
1221 SW 4th Ave, Room 110
Portland, OR 97204
Phone: 503-823-4519

Portland Police
1111 S.W. 2nd Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204
Emergency: 911
Non-emergency: 503-823-3333
Police Information: 503-823-4636 (7:00am – Midnight, M-F)
TTY: 503-823-4736

Portland Metro Region
600 NE Grand Ave.
Portland, OR 97232-2736
Phone: (503) 797-1700 | TDD (503) 797-1804

Multnomah County
Phone: (503) 988-3326

Elected Officials

Federal Representatives

Oregon’s United States Senators
Jeff Merkley
Ron Wyden

Oregon’s US House of Representatives
Earl Blumenauer, District 3

State Representatives

Tina Kotek, Governor
Michael Dembrow, State Senator, District 23
Thuy Tran, State Representative, District 45

Small Grant Requests

As of January 2024: due to financial constraints, the GPNA small grants program has been paused for the foreseeable future.

Historically, Grant Park Neighborhood Association has donated funds to projects that build and sustain strong community ties in the Grant Park neighborhood and surrounding Northeast Portland neighborhoods. The grants are intended to support local efforts that protect and expand neighborhood investments and help community-based organizations expand their roles as community anchors. GPNA donation requests are limited to a maximum of $500 per request for one-time short-term (one year maximum) projects.

GPNA funds projects and activities that:

  • Preserve or enhance the livability and/or safety of the neighborhood
  • Provide innovative community development tools
  • Enhance a community’s organizations ability to function more effectively
  • Support a one-time community event open to a wide range of participants

GPNA gives priorities to project that:

  • Promote NE Portland community resident participation
  • Foster collaboration among different community agencies or non-profit organizations

GPNA does not fund projects and activities such as:

  • Individuals
  • Political causes, candidates or campaigns
  • Sponsorships
  • Association memberships

Please complete the Small Grant Request Form and submit it to GPNA board at least one week prior to the next GPNA meeting.

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