Multnomah County Office of Sustainability has asked the Eliot Neighborhood Association to share this message:
Multnomah County’s Office of Sustainability has received a DEQ grant to implement a community campaign about health and wood smoke. The goal of the campaign is to promote clean air and reduce wood smoke in the county.
They are in the early stages of brainstorming and would appreciate feedback about wood burning.
If you burn wood, this 10 minute survey will help inform our 2020-2021 Wood Smoke Campaign. Please fill out by midnight Monday, July 13th for a chance to win one of four $25 Fred Meyer gift cards.
Here’s what Eliot Residents Like about Our Neighborhood and What the Future Looks Like.
First of all, thank you to all who participated in our Eliot resident survey. We had close to 75 responses and they came from a mixture of new and long time residents of our neighborhood.
Here’s a recap about who we are as a neighborhood, what we like, what we’d like to change and also what events you’d like to see us work on organizing so we can get to know each other better and make Eliot an even better place to live!
We are conducting a survey of Eliot neighbors asking just 5 questions about how long you have lived in Eliot, what you like about it and what you think we could improve as well as what you’d like to see happen to bring people together.
At our last Eliot Neighborhood Association Meeting we had students from Catlin Gabel who are looking at how I-5 affects the health of the city. They will be presenting their findings to City Council soon. Please fill out the survey!
Since 1925, Dawson Park has been at the core of this cuturally diverse community. Over the years, the neighborhood has changed and grown, as has the role of the park. Portland Parks needs your input on new design options that best meet the needs of the community today!