KEEP THE HEAT INSIDE The West End Neighborhood Association (WENA), in partnership with the Portland Climate Action Team (PCAT), and our team of Portland volunteers will make 500 Window Dressers insulating window inserts for homes in Portland, and particularly the West … Continued
Mature drivers can minimize their risks on the road through physical conditioning, travel planning, defensive driving and choosing a vehicle that meets their needs. This AAA Driver Education Program is a 4 hour class designed for drivers 55 and older … Continued
Minutes of the West End Neighborhood Association (WENA) Meeting Wednesday, March 8, 2017 Reiche Community Room Board members present: Morgan Beede, Leana Good-Simpson (vice-president), Rosanne Graef (treasurer), Cassie Graham, Ian Jacob, Elizabeth Parsons (president), Steven Scharf, Pamela Shaw (secretary), Clifford Tremblay … Continued
6:30 – 8:00 PM Reiche Community Center 166 Brackett St. **In the spirit of traditional Maine town meetings, we will have a soup and bread supper together. Please bring a pot of your favorite soup, a loaf of bread, or … Continued
The City of Portland is urging landlords to apply for lead hazard program funds to increase child safety in apartments.
Below are the results from the West End Community Action Network – Aging in Place survey results. In addition, this article in the West End News summarized the results. Here is a PDF version to print and / or to share with … Continued
Due to the weather, the scheduled meeting tonight at Reiche Community Room is postponed. Stay tuned for a rescheduled time.
Minutes of the West End Neighborhood Association (WENA) Meeting Wednesday, 8 February 2017 Reiche Community Room Board members present: Morgan Beede, Leana Good-Simpson (vice-president), Rosanne Graef (treasurer), Cassie Graham, Ian Jacob, Elizabeth Parsons (president), Steven Scharf, Pamela Shaw (secretary), Clifford Tremblay … Continued
Checkout a draft version of Portland’s Comprehensive Plan before tomorrow’s meeting. Christine Grimando, Senior Planner, will be joining us to outline the document and answer any questions and/or concerns. See you there!
In the late afternoon of a sloppy, drizzly January 24th, the Portland Planning Board held a workshop in City Hall Council Chambers on the proposed zoning text amendments for the Waterfront Port Development Zone (WPDZ) along West Commercial Street. This … Continued