CPO1 General Meetings
CPO 1 meets on the first Tuesday
of each month at 7 pm at
Leedy Grange Hall in the Dining Hall Area
835 NW Saltzman Rd.
All CPO meetings are open to the public.
Viva Village is a Portland-area nonprofit network of adults with a common goal to care for and support each other so they can live in their own homes and stay engaged in the community for as long as desired. This is part of the national Village movement. More than 125 villages exist nationally as a result of grass-roots efforts undertaken by ordinary people, including seven in the Portland-metro area.
Bridge Meadows is a nationally-known, local nonprofit specializing in intergenerational housing for adoptive families of foster children. The nonprofit blends seniors, youth and foster families into a supportive community. Bridge Meadows is planning to purchase property owned by Beaverton Christian Church as well as surrounding property owners. The nonprofit hopes to build a two-story community of 37 units that will be home to low-income seniors and families in the process of adopting foster children.
Micro Community Concepts is raising funds and organizing volunteers to develop a micro-community in the Portland area with the goal to have low-income people living in a safe and affordable community without needing government rent subsidies.
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Chair, CCI Rep
Vice Chair, CCI Alternate
Member at Large
Bruce Bartlett, Chair
Virginia Bruce, Vice-Chair
Ground mail for CPO 1:
PO Box 91061, Portland, OR 97291
CPO Program Coordinator
Beth St. Amand
155 N First Ave., Suite 200 MS48, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Crime Prevention Specialist
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Cedar Mill, Cedar Hills
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The goal remains adoption of the Community Plan in the fall of 2015.
Do you have an interest in disaster preparedness and resilience planning for your community? The CPO Program will be sponsoring a community event on this topic, and it will be led by CPO volunteers. The committee is now forming and will meet soon. To volunteer, please contact CPO Program Coordinator Beth St. Amand at email@example.com or 503-821-1114.
Positions are open until filled.
Boards, committees and commissions advise the Board of Commissioners on matters of interest to people who live and work in Washington County. Serving on an appointed board or commission is a great way to participate in the decision making process and to learn more about how government works.
Volunteer positions now available:
Behavioral Health Council (11 vacancies)
Contact: Dawn Andresen, Health and Human Services / 503-846-4555
Developmental Disabilities Council (6 vacancies)
Contact: Mary Lanxon, Developmental Disabilities Supervisor / 503-846-3128
Metzger Park Advisory Board (2 current vacancies)
Contact: Todd Winter, Parks Superintendent / 503-359-5732
Public Health Advisory Council (3 current vacancies)
Contact: Tricia Mortell, Public Health Division Manager / 503-846-4745
New Smartphone App
TTP Lab has developed a smartphone app to collect route, infrastructure, crash, and safety data for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). Data provided by the ORcycle app users will be utilized to produce maps displaying all reported locations with crashes, safety or infrastructure issues/problems. State, county, and city staff as well as app users will be able to access maps with crash and safety data gathered by ORcycle.
The Washington County Committee for Citizen Involvement (CCI) Meets Monthly
Each active CPO is represented on Washington County’s Committee for Citizen Involvement (CCI), which has a focus including, but not limited to, citizen involvement policy issues. Meetings are held at 7 pm on the third Tuesday of each month at the TVF&R Community Room, 20665 SW Blanton St., Aloha. More information at http://bit.ly/11J3Pu5. Open to the public.
This publication, produced by the Federal Highway Administration, includes information and resources to help you learn about issues that affect walking and biking conditions and promote pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
The Willamette Water Supply Program is planning to develop an additional source of water from the mid-Willamette River at Wilsonville. This project will expand the Willamette River Water Treatment Plant and add pipelines and storage to serve communities in Washington County. Several pipeline route alternatives are being considered. Construction in most areas will not begin for several years.
Citizens from all over Washington County will join with local organizations to plan one million native trees and shrubs along the Tualatin River and its tributaries.
For Parents, Youth and Community Members
Learn about the latest trends concerning marijuana use and how it affects our youth at this informative event. See confiscated supplies from our schools, how they are concealed, and a display of marijuana edibles. Spanish translation will be provided. At St. Anthony Parish Center, 12520 SW Grant St., Tigard. Presented by Tigard Turns the Tide Coalition, the Tigard-Tualatin School District, Girl Scouts of Oregon and SW Washington, and the Boy Scouts of America.
The OSU Washington County Master Gardener Association invites the public to a class by Loren Radford. Learn to install a simple drip irrigation system and how to make an existing irrigation system more efficient. To be held at 9:30 am at the Washington County Fairgrounds Demonstration Gardens, 882 NE 28th St., Hillsboro.
In times of freezing and inclement weather, severe weather shelters may activate in Washington County. For current Severe Winter Weather Shelter information, check the Current Severe Weather Shelter Activation List or contact 211 Info by dialing 2-1-1 from any landline phone or (503) 222-5555 from a cell phone, or visit 211 Info online.
The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District has purchased about 1.7 acres from the Beaverton School District. The property on the west side of William Walker Elementary School at 11940 SW Lynnfield Lane is adjacent to the park and will be used to expand and improve the park. THPRD and school district leaders signed an intergovernmental agreement last year that addresses shared access, shared parking and other issues besides the property sale. THPRD’s plan includes two full-size, multipurpose, synthetic turf sports fields with lights; a splash pad water play area; play equipment; permanent restrooms; a picnic area; walking path; and a community garden. Redevelopment will be funded by THPRD’s 2008 voter-approved bond measure. Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in early 2016 and finish by Spring 2017.
Upcoming Washington County Public Affairs Forum Events
Schedule to come.