The Eliot Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation (EIN/Tax ID: 23-7121894) whose members are the residents and business owners of the Eliot Neighborhood. Its purpose is to inform Eliot residents about issues affecting the neighborhood through meetings, newsletters and other activities. Members of the neighborhood association must be over 14 years old and live, own property, have a business, or represent a nonprofit within the neighborhood. The Eliot Neighborhood Association was founded in 1969. It is recognized by the City of Portland, is a member of the Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods, Inc. , and has representatives on several other groups and committees.
Association & Newsletter
The Eliot Neighborhood Association board represents the neighborhood during a 1 year term. Board directors are elected at the Fall General Membership meeting and officers are elected at the November meeting.
These are the bylaws and polices that govern the Eliot Neighborhood Association. BylawsAlcohol License PolicyHousing PolicyLUTC Roles and Proceedures
If you live or work in Eliot, you are welcome and encouraged to attend the monthly meetings of the Eliot Neighborhood Association, which are held at 6:30 pm the third Monday of each month at St Phillip the Deacon Church.
The Eliot Neighborhood Land Use and Transportation Committee (LUTC) is a committee of the Eliot Neighborhood Association. It’s goal is to promote the orderly development of the Eliot Neighborhood and to protect the existing neighborhood, both residential and commercial.
Eliot News is a newsletter published four times a year by the Eliot Neighborhood Association. It is delivered or mailed free of charge to nearly every address in the neighborhood. It does not have an ISBN. In addition to printed copies delivered throughout Eliot Neighborhood, you can also read it online.