Tuesday, September 12, 7 pm
Leedy Grange Hall
835 NW Saltzman, 97229
Introductions and updates from Sheriff/TVFR/THPRD
THPRD Security update
Superintendent of Security Mike Janin visits to share information about park security issues.
THPRD Board Member visits!
Holly Thompson, newly elected board member for Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District, will visit to give us a view into what the Board is working on now and for the future. She’ll also welcome input from our members on how the Park District can better serve CPO 1. And we’ll learn about the plans for the renovation of Cedar Hills Park, our largest local park. Bring your ideas!
The THPRD Board usually meets on the same night as CPO 1. The Sept. THPRD Board meeting is cancelled so this is a rare opportunity for her to visit!
Brainstorm future topics
If we have time after her visit, we’ll brainstorm ideas for future CPO 1 topics. What programs/people would you like us to bring to you?
9 pm Adjourn
Presentation slides and audio (You Tube) from Erik Mace's July talk about a Tree Code for Washington County is up now!
NEW!! CPO 1 Proposed Development Map
(this is our own email list, separate from the county-managed email list)
Community Participation Organization 1 (CPO 1) is a volunteer-run organization that gives community members a voice in land use issues, including development, transportation, and other issues that affect our daily lives. The program is now administered by the Community Engagement division of the County Administration Office.
CPO 1 is the organization that represents the
interests of Cedar Mill, Cedar Hills, and Bonny Slope residents with Washington County
government. For more information about the CPO program, visit this county web page.
The Google Map of the CPO 1 "Connecting Our Neighborhoods" trails project is available here. You need to have a free Google account to be able to edit the map. Once you click on the link, be patient -- it takes a few minutes to load completely.
TheWashington County Community Engagement Office provides the CPO newsletters. You can read them here,
and sign up to receive the free newsletter by mail or email here.
If you select to receive the newsletter by email,
you will receive a short monthly notice that the latest newsletter is posted
on the web. Please
consider the email option as it saves the CPO program money