Do you burn wood in Multnomah County? Survey responses needed by 7/13/20

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. 

Please reach out to sustainability@multco.us with any questions or concerns. Thank you!

…And the Survey Says

surveyHere’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!

Continue reading …And the Survey Says

Portland Police Community Survey

The Police Bureau began conducting its 2007 Community Survey on Friday, May 26.

The telephone survey of approximately 1,400 Portland residents is administered for the Police Bureau by Portland State University, and is expected to be concluded by June 30, 2007.

Information on the survey is posted on the Police Bureau’s Web site:

http://www.portlandpolice.com

Please visit the site or call the Strategic Services Division at 503-823-0283 for additional
information.

For those contacted for the survey, thank you for your participation!

— Captain Keith Morse, Strategic Services Division, Portland Police Bureau