Residents of Maywood Park, Senate Bill 1051, which then passed, and was signed into law by Governor Brown on August 15, 2017 requires cities and counties of a certain population allow accessory dwelling units (ADUs). Consistent with the requirement of Senate Bill 1051, the City of Maywood Park is in the process of updating our zoning provisions to allow for the development of ADU within the City. A draft Ordinance numbered 9-D and titled “ADU DEVELOPMENT PROVISIONS-DRAFT” is attached and will be posted on the city’s website at www.cityofmaywoodpark.com under “Rules & Ordinances” between the dates of June 8, 2018 to July 16, 2018 for your review and comments. You may contact the office to submit your comments at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person at any upcoming City Council meeting. A public hearing will be held at Mt. Hood Community College, rm. 305 at 7pm on July 16, 2018.
Budget meetings to determine budget spending for the 2018-2019 fiscal year will be held at Mt. Hood Community College, room 305 at 7pm on April 2nd and June 4th, 2018.
See Update Below: (5/14/18)
The electronic survey is available on the 102nd Ave website now, as well as the slides shared at the city council meeting.
There is now data from two other projects where travel lanes were reduced from two lanes in each direction to one lane in each direction. On both of these streets, peak hour traffic volumes were similar to the peak hour volumes on NE 102nd Ave. There are two 4-page reports, one for Division St and one for Glisan St. Additionally, there are two slides added to the slideshow online that summarizes how these projects impacted travel times, volumes, speeds and diversion. The big take-away, according to PBOT, is that there was no significant impact to travel time or volumes, but speeds did drop.
For travel speeds southbound on 102nd Ave at Shaver- PBOT collected speeds using percentiles, meaning how many cars are going above a certain speed and how many are going below. For reporting a typical travel speed on a corridor, PBOT usually report 85th percentile speed, which means that 85% of people are traveling at or below that speed and 15% are traveling above that speed. PBOT took traffic counts on 102nd at Shaver starting on Wed, 11/15/17 at 2pm through Fri, 11/17/17 at noon. The summary numbers are averages over the 24 hour cycle.
– 85th percentile speed: 42 MPH
– 65.4% of drivers are going over the posted speed of 35 MPH
– 10% of drivers are going faster than 43 MPH
– 16 drivers were going 57 MPH or faster
– At the PM peak (4-6pm), most drivers were driving between 33 and 41 MPH)
Additionally, use the following link to receive updates to project and send feedback:
Spring is coming…and that means Maywood Park’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt is around the corner! The Easter Egg Hunt will be on Saturday, March 31st at 11:00 am located near the Commons (99th & Failing St.). You can help with donating cash or individually wrapped candy donations to 9840 NE Campaign (corner of Campaign & 99th). Also, on Thursday, March 29th at 7pm join us for an egg stuffing party at 4411 NE 96th Ave (Campaign & 96th)! The day of the hunt, we will need volunteers to help hide eggs starting at 9:30 am at the Commons. Immediately after the hunt, there will be prizes given out to finders of special tokens, as well as a candy exchange table.
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Mark your calendars and join us for the 2018 City of Maywood Park Public Safety Summit. During this event, residents will have the opportunity to share experiences, ask questions, and collaborate on community safety ideas with neighbors, the city council, and the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office.
The city’s public safety liaison, Lt. Steve Bevens, and system analyst Kevin Morelli will share:
Crime and Policing Statistics: Crimes reported, MCSO visits initiated, including comparisons over time.
Monthly Patrol Statistics: How often does MCSO patrol the city, and for how long?Home/Vacation Checks: Learn about this service offered through MCSO, which includes perimeter checks on your home while you are away.
Positive Community Policing: Hear more about the MCSO community policing philosophy.
Making Your Home Safe: Tips for securing your home and property.
Making Your Community Safe: What can you do to keep your neighbors and community safe?
If you are interested in exploring ways to further your involvement in community public safety, we’ll be discussing the following opportunities:
Citizen’s Academy: This is a free program designed to provide a working knowledge of the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office in a fun and Interactive way. The multi-week program covers a range of topics and includes tours of MCSO facilities.
Ride Alongs: Always wonder about a day in the life of a sheriff’s deputy? Ride along and see community policing in action.
SUNDAY NIGHT LIGHTS As discussions ensued about residential safety in Maywood at the last Park Watch meeting it was mentioned that perimeter lighting around your home was an important deterrent to crime. A drive thru our City confirmed that many of us don’t keep a porch light on at night. Did you know that a 60 watt LED light only costs $1.65 to operate for 360 days a year for 12hrs per day. Pretty cheap to help protect your home, So join us this Sunday Night for the Sunday Night Light Challenge, do your part to help keep your City safe. Turn on a porch light and remind your neighbor to turn one on too.