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. City Unveils Final Draft of Portland’s New Comprehensive Plan

    The City’s Department of Planning and Urban Development is pleased to release a final draft of Portland’s new Comprehensive Plan. This final draft plan is based on work that began in 2015 and included an extensive public engagement process. Read on...
  2. City Urges Landlords to Apply for Lead Hazard Program Funds to Increase Child Safety in Apartments

    The City of Portland is urging landlords to apply for lead hazard program funds to increase child safety in apartments. In June 2015, the Maine legislature lowered the state’s childhood lead poisoning standard down to 5 micrograms per deciliter... Read on...
  3. Bayside Adapts Design Challenge Announces Call for Submissions

    The City announces a call for submissions for the Bayside Adapts Design Challenge, a planning and community engagement exercise to develop visionary ways to make the Bayside Neighborhood more resilient in the face of climate change. 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.