Events | Oct 20, 2016
A site owned by Portland Parks & Recreation, Gateway Green (when built) will provide bike trails, habitat enhancement, family activities and environmental education.
Help us control invasive species, as we prepare for construction of this new park during the 2016 No Ivy Day. For more information, contact Barb@gatewaygreenpdx.org.
Tools, gloves, snacks and water provided. Dress for the weather.
Those who register online will receive a free native plant to take home, and will be eligible for a raffle at the celebration lunch at Mt Tablor after the event (12:00 to 1:30 pm).
Go By Bike or On Foot
Cyclists and pedestrians can access Gateway Green using the I-205 Multi-use Path. The park is located between Gateway Transit Center and the City of Maywood Park/Parkrose neighborhood.
Go By MAX
Ride the MAX to the Gateway Transit Center, then ride or walk northbound on the I-205 Multi-use Path. The park is about a quarter mile from the Transit Center.
Go By Car
Gateway Green is not directly accessbile by car. On-street parking is available in and around the Gateway Transit Center, and parking is available in the Transit Center lots weekday evenings and weekends. Ride or walk northbound on the I-205 Multi-use Path to arrive at the park.