Mail: contact@northwestdistrictassociation.org ~ Phone: c/o Neighbors West-Northwest 503.823.4288

Get Involved with Your Neighborhood

The Northwest District Association (NWDA) is a city-recognized neighborhood organization that represents portions of northwest Portland. NWDA provides advise to the city of Portland, its Bureaus, Commissions and Council on affairs affecting the character and quality of life in the neighborhood.

NWDA Committees

Get involved in a committee to make a difference in the neighborhood.
Planning Committee
The NWDA Planning Committee reviews construction projects and other land use issues within the neighborhood’s borders.
Transportation Committee
The NWDA Transportation Committee advocates for a safe and efficient transportation system now and in the future that provides travel options for all, promotes connectivity, and fosters livability and economic prosperity.
Safety & Livability Committee
The NWDA Safety & Livability Committee aims to maintain a healthy and vibrant Northwest District via neighbors working together to promote clean, safe, and peaceful streets and public spaces through advocacy and action.
Parks Committee
The NWDA Parks Committee organizes the Summer Concerts, promotes parks and public spaces, and reports park issues to the city.

Latest News

Find out whats happening in the neighborhood.

2018 Board Elections

Candidates Sought for 2018 Board Election Upcoming Annual Meeting and Elections Help shape our great neighborhood! There is a lot going on and your help is needed! Annual Meeting Date: Monday, May 21, 2018 Time: 6:00 PM Place: Legacy Good Samaritan, Auditorium, 1040 NW 22nd Ave. NW 22nd Avenue If you reside in or represent a business in NWDA, you are eligible to run for the NWDA Neighborhood Board of Directors. Be a part...

Transportation Wallet

Portland’s Transportation Wallet now available in NW Portland PBOT expands its Transportation Wallet program by partnering with the NW Parking District to manage parking demand and reduce congestion (Feb. 21, 2018) Waking up to a second day of snow and ice this morning, Portlanders are hopping on transit, strapping on snow boots or riding a bike to get to where they need to go. And now the Portland Bureau of Transportation is expanding its...