Partnerships & Resources

Forest Park

Forest Park Conservancy: Forest Park is considered an irreplaceable asset and resource for those of us that live in the neighborhood. Our partnership with the Conservancy is critical in understanding the needs and balances required in living next door to one another. As such, we keep an active flow of communication and participation in Conservancy projects.

Forest Park Ranger, Portland Parks and Recreation
Bob McCoy, Parks Security Services
503.823.5596

Land Use

Bureau of Development Services: If you need a building permit for renovation or new construction.

For zoning designations on your property click here

Oregon Department of Mineral and Geology Industries landscape information. There is a tool on this site that allows you to enter your address and find out your rating for landscape potential.

Partners

City of Portland Office of Neighborhood Involvement: ONI coordinates the City of Portland’s public participation activities through seven District Coalitions, 95 Neighborhood Associations, and 40 Business District Associations.

Skyline Ridge Neighbors: Our neighbors north of us on Skyline Blvd. They maintain an email list and put out a newsletter. A good resource for FPNA members that live near-by.

Public Safety

City of Portland Crime Prevention Coordinator:  Contact Jenni Pullen at jenni.pullen@portlandoregon.gov or call (503)- 823-4257

Neighborhood Emergency Teams(NETs) are residents trained by the Portland Office of Emergency Management and Portland Fire & Rescue to provide emergency disaster assistance within their own neighborhoods. Free training is available.

Transportation

Cornell Road Sustainability Coalition