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Our Bylaws have changed

Click here to see our new bylaws adopted by the membership on March 20, 2013

And here are the major changes


General Information

Board and General meetings take place at Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church (at 54th and Belmont; parking and entrance on 54th) from 7:00 PM-8:30 PM, on the third Wednesday of the month. (No meeting on December) Meetings are handicapped- accessible and open to the public. If you are interested in neighborhood news updates (approximately 3-6 times per month), sign up for the MTNA email listserve.

Membership is open to any person who resides, owns property, maintains a business or is a designated representative of each non-profit organization located within the defined area.


 

Has your car been broken into or otherwise vandalized? Have you been the victim of some other crime? If you live in Portland, there is a quick and easy way to report a neighborhood crime. Go to  www.portlandpolice.com and click on the "Submit a Police Report" box . Or for non-emergencies you can call 503-823-333.  Either way, relief should be forthcoming.

Neighborhood Boundaries

Boundaries of Mt. Tabor are:

  • Southern boundary: SE Division Street
  • Eastern boundary: SE 76th Avenue
  • Northern Boundary: Burnside Street
  • Western Boundary: SE 49th Avenue (from Burnside to Hawthorne) and SE 50th Avenue (from Hawthorne to Division)


 

MTNA Committees

  • Land Use Committee (Chair Stephanie Stewart, Brian Mitchell)


MTNA Monthly Meeting Minutes (no meeting in December)

Note: Meetings generally not held in December


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Mount Tabor Neighborhood Guidelines for Granting Exceptions to the Park Bureau Policy on Amplified Music in Mount Tabor Park

Adopted by the Board of the Mount Tabor Neighborhood Association, Feb 2005.  Updated July 2009. 

  1. We generally support the current Park Bureau policy as of June 2009. 
  2. We will consider exceptions.
  3. We will give preference to events that are community-based.
  4. No event related noise should begin before 12 noon. All event related noise should end by 8:30 pm.
  5. The overall time for event-related noise should not exceed three hours.