Meet Us in East Multnomah County!

Come join friends and colleagues to learn more about the future of walkability and Safe Routes to School in the greater Portland metropolitan region, with a focus on East Multnomah County.

Find out more about our walkability strategy and how you can help ensure success, and hear from speakers from around the county who will give updates on topics of interest for Multnomah County. This is also an opportunity to network while enjoying light appetizers and delicious local beverages. Conveniently located just a seven minute walk from the Gresham Central MAX station.

Wednesday, August 20, 5-7:30pm in Gresham.

RSVP for location information: on Facebook or Eventbrite.

Tell your friends and invite others interested in improving the health and transportation accessibility for people of all ages in East Multnomah County! We look forward to meeting you there.

2 thoughts on “Meet Us in East Multnomah County!

  1. We walk around 4.6 miles a day in Gresham. You cannot trust drivers to give you the right away. 242nd and Burnside is hazardous coming from Fred Meyers. We see Gresham Police allowing drivers to run red lights at Eastman and Burnside. We personally see it safer to Jaywalk rather than use the cross walks.

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