The Centennial Neighborhood boundary shall be as follows: That portion of the City bordered on the west by the Gresham City Limits; on the north at Main, to Market, following that line across to a point with 196th and then south to the beginning of NW Eleven Mile Ave., continuing to 202nd; the eastern boundary follows the Fairview Creek to the Springwater trail as the southern boundary.
Centennial Neighborhood Association Microanalysis
Letter to Mayor Bemis
Centennial Transportation Report 2015; Transportation 2015 Map
We are a newly rejuvenated group of caring and interested neighbors trying to help our community become the best that it can be. We are deeply committed to improving our quality of life in all aspects including: community involvement, diversity, and safety. Our goal is to include as many residents – both owners and renters – in the decision making process, and more importantly, in getting involved. We are organizing neighborhood events and meeting for the first time in many years and hope that this is just the beginning of a welcoming and all inclusive community-based partnership. We value all opinions, suggestions, concerns, and recommendations. Please come join your fellow neighbors working together to celebrate and improve Centennial!
- August 2: National Night Out, Vance Park, 1400 S.E. 182nd Ave.
The Centennial NA meets on the second Wednesday of February, May, and November at 7 p.m. at Portland Adventist Elementary School, 3990 N.W. First Street. A picnic is also held in August for National Night Out.
Marlene Byrne, President
Mary Edmeades, Vice President
Tom Stanley, Secretary
Kaye Cushing, Treasurer
Rick Dwyer, Land Use Chair