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Agenda for THURSDAY May 25th 2017 7PM Meeting of SW Trails at the Watershed Building 6388 SW Capital Hwy cross street Bertha Blvd.
The June 10th walk will be led by Don Baack. This walk was cancelled in December because of bad weather. We will walk Trail #6 from Hillsdale up to Fairmont, then through SWHRL neighborhood of Portland Heights to the end … Continue reading
We need your letters of support for the long delayed project to construct a safer route to school for students living south of Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway including many from the Crossing at Stephens Creek.
SW Trails regular monthly first Thursday Work Party on May 4th will at Council Crest Circle we will be working on the West Side Trail starting at 9AM and going until Noon. Our meeting point will be at the circle … Continue reading
Thursday April 27th is the SW Trails monthly meeting for April from 7pm to 8:30pm. We meet at the Watershed Building 6388 SW Capital Hwy, enter at the breezeway off Bertha to our conference room on the right side. All … Continue reading
Wednesday April 26th 5:30pm to 7:30pm Bureau of Enviromnental Services BES is having a Westside Watershed Project information meeting at the Multnomah Arts Center room 29, 7688 SW Capital Hwy in the Village. Come on out and hear about protecting our … Continue reading
Tuesday April 25th 6pm to 8pm at Jackson Middle School 10625 SW 35th Ave – PBOT is having a Safe Routes to School Open House. PBOT says “Help PBOT figure out what is needed most by families in the Wilson … Continue reading
SW Trails will have a work party to continue our efforts to improve the trail along the north side of the Wilson HS parking lot and improve the plantings area we have been tending for several years. Time – Saturday … Continue reading
The May walk, which was postponed because of ice in January, will be led by Sharon Fekety. From Wilson High School we will walk down the Iowa Trail to SW Corbett St. where we’ll go north to cross Barbur Blvd. … Continue reading