A Neighborhood District Association (NDA) links the neighborhood together to create a vibrant local democracy and a stronger community.
Every person who lives in the City of Milwaukie belongs to one of the seven NDAs. They are powerful resources for all of us. They are the officially recognized voice of the neighborhood and the basic building blocks of democracy in Milwaukie.
The Hectorcampbell NDA meets the second Monday of every month at 6:30pm in the Community Room of the Public Safety Building: 3200 SE Harrison Street, Milwaukie, OR
A Good Time Was Had By All! August 12 2013 HCNDA Neighborhood Picnic
About 115 neighbors, fire personnel, Community Development
Director Steve Butler and Public Works Director Gary Parkin, Councilor Dave
Hedges, Police Chief Bob Jordan and four of our award-winning police cadets, and
local business people joined together for the August 12th Campbell NDA
Neighborhood Picnic next to the Campbell Community Garden.
Emelia Preciado brought
color and humor to the faces of many children and Siobhan Kennedy, a massage
therapist from Healing Path brought comfort to those with knots in their backs
and necks. Thanks to Sarah Smith, Darin Smith, David Aschenbrenner, Steve and
Bonnie Rand, Gary Parkin, Tracy and Chris Pease, Lars Campbell and Rebekah
Phillips, Dave Hedges and Linda Hedges and Milwaukie Police cadets for helping
put together such a fun event. Local businesses Papa Murphy's, Bernard’s
Garage, Milwaukie Farmer's Market, The Gardensmith, and Concentrates donated
raffle prizes and Concentrates also donated a rain barrel for the raffle
drawing.Local businesses Crystal Spring
Window Cleaning and Ernest Jones Investments were also represented. See more
picnic photos on our website www.HectorcampbellNDA.org!
We encourage everyone who attended the picnic to set aside the same amount of
time each month, the second Monday evening each month at 7pm, to attend the
Hector Campbell NDA monthly meeting at the Public Safety Building. Learn more
about what’s happening around the city, and share your views and opinions about
how to improve our neighborhood and our city. We’ll be sharing the results of
our neighborhood survey.