Updates | Oct 08, 2017
Portland Parks & Recreation and Friends of Gateway Green are looking for interested Portlanders to serve on the Gateway Green Project Advisory Committee.
This group will help shape a refined park design to guide natural habitat restoration, improve pedestrian and bicycle access, and expand opportunities for a variety of recreation and outdoor activities for people of all ages and abilities.
Park enthusiasts, outdoor adventurers, hikers, runners, and cyclists are encouraged to apply.
Gateway Green is a 25-acre park site is located just east of Rocky Butte between I-205 and I-84, at the intersection of the I-205 regional trail and the future Sullivan’s Gulch Trail. Opened in June 2017, the park currently has off-road cycling, walking and running trails, and the Dirt Lab, a pump track and bike skills area. This is a car free park, with transit access at the nearby Gateway Transit Center, and access for pedestrians and cyclists from the I-205 multi-use trail.
Learn more about Gateway Green at www.portlandoregon.gov/parks/74068.
An Interest Form with more information, timeline and application are available online https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GatewayGreenAdvisor.
The application process ends on October 15 at 5:00pm. Questions? Contact Barbara Hart 503-823-5596 or Hailee.firstname.lastname@example.org.