Collins View | Southwest | Portland | Oregon | u.s.a.
Election of Officers at June 3rd MeetingThe Zoom meeting scheduled for the May meeting was cancelled (illness). Instead, the CVNA meeting will be 7PM Zoom time Wednesday June 3. All elections and voting to approve 2020 Bylaws and other matters will be held on June 3.
CVNA Board 2020-2021 Slate of Candidates (with duties) [PDF]
Our 2020 Meetings Calendar
CVNA is developing and testing 'VIRTUAL MEETINGS'. March was held via email. April was be held via tele-conferencing. Check Nextdoor for meeting agendas, minutes, announcements. Our website is NOT a real time resource.
The next CVNA meeting will be 7PM Zoom time Wednesday June 3. Office Elections!
JUN 3, SEP 2, OCT 7, NOV 4, DEC 2.
Basic Monthly Rule: On First Wednesdays that are non-holidays. No meeting in JULY or AUGUST.
The Collins View Neighborhood Association meets at 7:00 PM on the first Wednesday of most every month — we take July and August off. The Neighborhood Association supports the many individual Neighborhood Night Out block parties.
We meet in
Riverdale High School (where Boones Ferry and Terwilliger overlap),
in one of the classrooms, or in the Maverick Room, down the hall going left out of the foyer.
Meeting Agendas usually appear on or before the Wednesday before the meeting (1 week ahead).
South Portland Addressing Project
See the PBOT Letter regarding Sixth Sextant, and South Portland Addressing Project: [SCANNED PAGES]
Upcoming Event - 'Songbirds' POSTPONED!
Collins View NA will sponsor a Songbird presentation by Jay Withgott from the Audubon Society at the Multnomah Arts Center Auditorium. We expect a good turnout. We welcome volunteers to come early to help set up chairs. If you have suggestions for more nature-based presentations, please let us know.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR: POSTPONED! New data ASAP!
Our December 2019 meeting was a SPECIAL MEETING
River Plan / South Reach and Ezone Update Open House
November 2019Sorry! Will update this ASAP. Web Guy.
October 2019 - Crows!
The presentation about Crows on Oct 8th at the Multnomah Arts Center was a raven success! See the article in the Portland Tribune: [LINK]
Collins View's September 2019 SW News articles
In September, the article covered the demise of Neighborhood Watch — no new ones will be supported. (Instead, a set of community safety programs will be rolled out over time.) There is also info on our exposure to danger of urban wildfires. Here's the whole SEPTEMBER 2019 article.
Asher, Nolan, Mason and EJ enjoy Corbett Lane National Night Out, in August 2019. Even the on-duty officer got to take a swing! Rest assured, the piñata remains were cleaned up.
Collins View's August 2019 SW News article
The article covers a meeting with L&C College and the new Campus Institutional Zone process, and 2) how 'neighborhood' is being scrubbed from various city code wording, Here's the whole AUGUST 2019 article.
Collins View's July 2019 SW News article
The article focuses on the dangers of Terwilliger Blvd as it passes through Collins View. Here's the whole JULY 2019 article.
An Emergency Meeting was held in July - 7/21/19
Collins View Neighborhood Association convened an Emergency Meeting of the CVNA Board at 10 AM on Sunday July 21, 2019, in the Riverdale High School Parking lot. An urgent vote was requested to take fire prevention and code compliance action.
At the request of the 6th ave Homeowners, Riverdale High School's failure to maintain the space between the High School Parking lot and the 6th Ave properties was brought to the attention of the Riverdale School District with no resolution.
An urgent CVNA vote authorized a report to BDS regarding fire prevention maintenance and other code compliance violations of the Riverdale High School Conditional Use Permit. CVNA has no authority in this matter. The resolution will be between Portland and Riverdale School District, which has 30 days to comply.
Collins View's June 2019 SW News article
What the heck is going on in the above photos?? See our June article for a report on the Collins View NETs in action during the City-Wide Deployment Exercise on April 28, 2019. The article also has info on National Night Out week, and the results of our annual CVNA Election. Here's the whole JUNE 2019 article.
Our June Agenda this year included Mindy Brooks from Portland's Bureau of Planning and Sustainability explaining the E-Zone Map Correction Project. Stay informed and learn more by visiting the project website at [E-zone].
Collins View's May 2019 SW News article
The Neighborhood Association annual elections for board positions will be held at the May 1 meeting, 7 PM, in Riverdale High School. All 2019-2020 board positions are open for nominations. The article also includes advice for guarding against dry weather fire hazards, a note about Vernal Pools in River View Natural Area, and reports of an aggressive disturbed individual in our area. Here's the whole MAY 2019 article.
Collins View's April 2019 SW News article
Run! Hide! Fight!- Active Shooter Response Preparation was the topic of the Collins View table at the March 3 2019 Safety Fair. . NET members provided multiple handouts on how to prepare for an active shooter scenario. If that's not depressing enough, Portland Maps rates almost all of Collins View as being in a
Collins View's March 2019 SW News article
Nick Falbo, PBOT Senior Transportation Planner, spoke at our February 6 meeting. He explained upcoming (potential) transportation projects proposed for Collins View... Also in our SW News article, a report on active shooter training/drills at Riverdale High and L&C College, and a paragraph on troubling changes to City code pertaining to citizen involvement. Here is the MAR 2019 article.
Earlier month's SW News articles
Here's an archive of past SW News articles [LINK]. We apologize that there is no index to all these articles. Volunteer help welcome!!
Some Fairly Recent Stories...
Neighborhood Emergency Team
Q: What is NET??
Earthquake!?? Collins View NET members participated in a city-wide deployment exercise on October 14, 2018. See story [HERE]
Fred Meyer Community Rewards ProgramHelp build CVNA's coffer via the Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program. There is nothing to Lose! You still earn Your rewards. The Community Reward is an additional amount donated to the community... See our [HOW TO] page.