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Statement in solidarity with Burgerville Workers Union in Lents

Sept. 16, 2021   Dear Burgerville management,  We are writing today to express our disappointment at the closure of the Burgerville restaurant located in the Lents neighborhood, at SE 92nd and Powell.  In an area that’s been labeled a “food… Continue Reading →

Sign Up Here! The Lents Neighborhood Association & Four Forces Inc, in partnership with Street Roots, Wall of Vets PDX, Portland Street Response, PDX Saints, and Matzah Bloc are proud to present a neighborhood clean-up event improving the safety, sanitation,… Continue Reading →

East Portland Resiliency Coalition (EPRC) Information

At the March 8, 2021 LNA Board Meeting, Gayle Palmer from the East Portland Resilience Coalition (EPRC) gave a presentation about creating a community resilience plan in hopes of the LNA joining as either a voting partner along with the,… Continue Reading →

The LNA Stands In Solidarity With Our Asian & Pacific Islander Neighbors

The Lents Neighborhood Association stands in solidarity with all Asian, Asian-American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities….

TODAY: Deadline to submit testimony on new Zoning Code proposals aimed at providing more housing and shelter for people experiencing houselessness

  New zoning code proposals aim to provide more housing and shelter for people experiencing houselessness. The S2HC Proposed Draft is available for public review. Submit testimony via the Map App until Monday, December 21, at 5 p.m.   The Lents… Continue Reading →

Important message from your neighborhood association

March 14, 2020 Dear Lents community members,  As our local community and much of the world are now dealing with an unprecedented public health crisis, we want you to know that your neighborhood association board of volunteers cares about your… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

The most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in our area is available here: Call 2-1-1 from a mobile phone, 503-222-5555 from a land line, or email help@211.com for general information.  Multnomah County Health Department Clackamas County Health Department Washington County Health Department OHA… Continue Reading →

Lents Urban Renewal Area Audit Is Released

On February 12, 2020, the Portland City Auditor published the audit report of the Lents Urban Renewal Area. The audit contains data about Lents, including urban renewal spending, Census and housing data, and jobs/business data. You can view and download… Continue Reading →

Updated speed limits on SE Flavel Street

This week the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will be updating the speed limit on two segments of SE Flavel Street. The new speed limit will be 25 mph from 52nd to 92nd avenues and from 112th Avenue to Deardorff Road. According… Continue Reading →

US Census Bureau hiring temporary workers in our area

Census day is April 1, 2020.  The U.S. Census Bureau is currently hiring hundreds of thousands of people across the nation — and they are recruiting in our area! If you are interested in working in our community, you are… Continue Reading →

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