Neighborhoods Associations


The City of Portland invites Neighborhood Organizations to post announcements, news, and or special events on the city’s neighborhood web connector’s front page. To list your organization’s information please, email your information to: Information is updated monthly. To learn more about what’s happening in Portland’s neighborhoods, please visit Portland’s Neighborhood Associations listed in the next column.
For more information, contact Mike Murray, Neighborhood & Island Services Administrator, at 756-8288 or .

  1. Council’s Finance Committee to Hold Public Hearing on CIP Budget, Meet March 21 & March 22

    The City Council's Finance Committee will meet back to back nights next week, Wednesday, March 21 and Thursday, March 22. Both meetings will start at 5:30 PM. A public hearing on the FY19-23 CIP budget will be held at the Wednesday meeting. Read on...
  2. Traffic Advisory: Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade at 12:00 PM on Saturday, March 17

    The Irish American Club of Maine is hosting its annual St. Patrick’s Parade on Saturday, March 17 at 12PM. The parade includes pipe bands, Irish dancers, floats, elected officials, and first responders starting at the Fish Pier on Commercial Street. Read on...
  3. Affordable Homeownership Opportunity Available in Portland's West End

    The new OneJoy development located at One Joy Place in the West End offers the City's first affordable housing inclusionary development unit for homeownership. OneJoy is a 12 unit one-bedroom complex and unit 1A has a sale price of $202,000. Read on...
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  1. The City of Portland provides space on its website for neighborhood associations to post current events. Neighborhood Associations are created and controlled by their members, not by the City. The City does not verify and is not responsible for the accuracy or content of the information that they post on the City’s website. The City of Portland reserves the right to remove posted information at any time.