The Sullivan’s Gulch Neighborhood Association serves to do the work of the neighborhood. We value a strong community and are committed to supporting our neighbors. Sullivan’s Gulch is a neighborhood in Northeast Portland, Oregon. The name commemorates Timothy Sullivan, an early farmer in the area. Sullivan settled his donation land claim on January 27, 1851.
Next SGNA Board Meeting
Tuesday, September 13, 7-9 pm
Holladay Park Plaza, 16th & Clackamas.
Agenda for the meeting TBA.
Learn what’s happening in your neighborhood and get involved!
IMPORTANT TRI-MET SERVICE ALERT
For two weeks — from Sunday, August 21 to Saturday, September 3 — MAX will be disrupted as we make much-needed improvements near the Rose Quarter to improve MAX reliability and make your ride smoother.
During this time, Blue, Green and Red lines will be disrupted and three MAX stations will close (Rose Quarter TC, Convention Center and NE 7th Ave).
All lines will run at reduced frequency and trains will be extremely crowded during rush hours.
(Shuttle buses will be running in the Lloyd District as well as between the Kenton/N Denver Ave Station and Portland International Airport.)
September 10th, 4 pm - 9 pm
NE Clackamas between 24th and 26th Ave.
Gulch-O-Rama is SGNA’s annual neighborhood-wide “block party,” featuring a potluck supper, kids’ activities, lots of music and entertainment, and most of all, a fun way to meet and hang out with your neighbors.
Gulch-O-Rama is looking for volunteers to help with setup and take-down, food, and our welcome table. More information here.
Irvington Farmer’s Market
Every Sunday, June–October,
10 am - 4pm, NE 16th Avenue
between Broadway and Weidler.