St. Johns Household Emergency Prep Checklist

Each household should have enough emergency supplies to shelter in place for three days. Gathering all those supplies can be an overwhelming task. Where to start? What to include? This is a quick 4-page PDF guide to prepare your household for a natural (or human-made) disaster, broken down in to manageable month by month check […]

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THIS MONDAY – TRAFFIC SAFETY FORUM @ 7PM

St. Johns’ diversity, small town feel, and role as a freight/commuter corridor all inherently present very different traffic safety truths and experiences among neighbors. It is important all residents have the opportunity to be heard and acknowledged as we consider people’s safety and appropriate neighborhood comfort in each area of our large community. Within this […]

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VOTER EDUCATION NIGHT – WED 10/25 @ 6:00PM

Have you received your ballot? Got questions? Join the BUS Project and the St. Johns Center for Opportunity for their Voter Education Night event, 6:00PM, Wednesday evening at George Middle School. Hear about the candidates and ballot measures up for vote. The general election is just 2 weeks away! 6:00PM – 7:30PM George Middle School 10000 N […]

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BOARD ELECTIONS OCTOBER MEETING

SJNA board elections will be held at the next General Assembly meeting. Come to the St. Johns Neighborhood Association meeting, meet your candidates, and cast your vote, Monday, October 10th. Interested in getting more involved? Anyone that lives, works, or goes to school in the St. Johns neighborhood is eligible. To vote, you must attend the October […]

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SEPT 27 | 12P-5P – Voter Registration @ St. Johns Center for Opportunity

Come to the St. Johns Center for Opportunity office, located at 8250 N. Lombard between 12pm and 5pm, and get registered to vote! You can RSVP online, or just stop by. Tell your family, your friends, and your next door neighbor! We’re also looking for volunteers to help us register voters! If you have previous experience registering voters, speak Spanish, or […]

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SEP 6 – EPA SUPERFUND CLEAN-UP PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ENDS

Portland Harbor is a 10-mile, 2,200-acre toxic site. In 2000, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) labeled it a Superfund site—a location contaminated by hazardous waste and identified on the national priority list for cleanup. The harbor, the Willamette River and its shores provide food for our families, jobs for our community, recreational opportunities, tribal and […]

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