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Historic Southeast Neighborhood Association

  • The Historic Southeast neighborhood is characterized by older, more traditional homes and relatively few businesses. It includes the schools East Gresham Elementary and Dexter McCarty Middle School, plus Thom Park. It had been coined as a "20-minute neighborhood" as most services are located within a 20-minute walk. 

    All residents and businesses in Historic Southeast are members of the neighborhood association and encouraged to participate. Meetings are held quarterly for one hour. Notices of meetings are placed on neighborhood yard signs, on this page, on Facebook, in the Gresham Outlook, and are emailed to subscribing residents. For additional information, please email

    Upcoming meetings

    See agenda below for Zoom link

    • February 2, 2023: HSENA meeting starting at 7:00 pm, Gresham Public Library (Community Meeting Room), 385 NW Miller Ave.
    • Agendas, Bylaws and Minutes
    • Board Members
    • Boundary
    Board Members

    Phil Svabik-Seror, President

    Harry Lew, Vice President

    Kate Batten, Secretary/Treasurer

    Allan Krim, Land Use Chair

    Email address for all board members:


    Find your neighborhood

    The Historic Southeast Neighborhood is bounded on the north by Powell Boulevard, on the east by Hogan Road, and a block to the west of Roberts Avenue for the west and south boundaries.

    • Anderson House in Historic Southeast Gresham
    • Bicyclist in Historic Southeast Gresham
    • Gate and house in Historic Southeast Gresham
    • House in Historic Southeast Gresham
    • Polar King Sign in Historic Southeast Gresham

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