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, August 14, 7-9 pm
Encorepreneur Cafe, 1548 NE 15th Ave.
Next Land Use and Transportation Committee Meeting
Thursday, August 23, 6:30pm
Holliday Park Plaza, 1300 NE 16th Ave.
SGNA Annual Calendar
SGNA sponsors a number of events throughout the year to improve livability and community in the neighborhood. You’re invited to any and all.
Spring Neighborhood Meeting
May 2, Grace Memorial Episcopal Church
Neighborhood Clean Up
May 12, NE 21st & Tillamook
Gulch-O-Rama—East End Potluck
June 3, NE 28th & Weidler. Bring a chair and a dish to share.
Saturday, July 14, NE 22nd & Wasco; 4-7 pm. Bring a chair and a dish to share.
Neighborhood-wide Garage Sale
Saturday, July 21. See full details in right-hand column ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Street Painting and Gulch-O-Rama—West End Potluck August 3, NE 17th & Clackamas. Bring a chair and a dish to share.
Fall Neighborhood Meeting
November TBA, Grace Memorial Episcopal Church
City Leaf Collection (no on-street parking)
early December TBA
Click to read each announcement below.
SULLIVAN’S GULCH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS RESIDENTIAL SURVEY
Are you prepared for a major emergency or disaster in our area?
The Sullivan’s Gulch NET is currently surveying residents and businesses in our neighborhood regarding emergency preparedness. The survey takes 5 minutes or less to complete and the data we receive from each neighbor or business is crucial for us to prepare our team and the neighborhood to respond effectively to any disaster that may occur.
Your answers will help our NET understand your needs, your current preparation for a disaster, and your interest in working with our team to prepare for and respond to a disaster that may affect our neighborhood.
To access the residential survey, use this link: