Happy New Year! Lovett Services will be in the City on Monday, January 6 through Wednesday, January 8, 2020 to clean our catch basins and dry wells for street drainage. Any vehicles parked on or near the drainage grates in the streets will need to be moved by 8:00 am each morning. Thank you!
A friendly reminder from The City of Maywood Park: Autumn Leaves have Fallen. Please dispose of your leaves in an appropriate manner; and ensure that your easement areas are cleared of leaves as well. The City does not contract for leaf removal. Thank you.
Heiberg Holiday Schedule: Thanksgiving- Regular scheduled pick up. Christmas- Friday, December 27th New Year’s- Friday, January 3rd Trees, up to 6ft, will be picked up, with yard debris, if standing by the can. Anything over 6ft can be cut up and put in the yard debris can, as long as it will come out freely. Boxes, as long as they are broke down, cards, envelopes and wrapping paper may go in the recycling. Foil wrapping paper, bows and ribbon must be put in the garbage.
PBOT (Portland Bureau of Transportation) would like to hear your thoughts about the 102nd Avenue Safety Project, which started in the summer of 2019 along 102nd Avenue. Please provide any feedback here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DDNWGN2 PBOT will also be attending the Maywood Park City Council meeting on November 4th, 2019 to present findings and answer questions from residents. Meetings are held at 7pm at the Maywood Park MHCC (Mount Hood Community College) campus. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!
The Cook-off will be held on Saturday, October 19th from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm at the Maywood Commons. It's free to enter; and there will be PRIZES! Cost for tasting is only $1.00 for everything; and then you can vote for your favorites! Clothing and blanket donations will be accepted for the local charity Pay it Forward. Enter by October 12th by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bryan Vance of OPB visited our City recently for a story. His email with a link to the story is below. I wanted to let you know the Maywood Park story finally went live. Here’s a link: https://www.opb.org/artsandlife/article/maywood-park-oregon-portland-history-interstate-205/ I believe I’ll be on Weekend Edition either Saturday or Sunday to talk about it as well. Thank you again for your help and for inviting me int your city with open arms. It’s much appreciated. It really is a special community. Cheers, Bryan M. Vance Digital Products Producer, OPB
The City of Maywood Park has postponed the City Council Meetings that are normally scheduled for the first and third Mondays during the month of September 2019 due to the Labor Day holiday which occurs on Monday, September 2, 2019. The City Council will instead meet on the second and fourth Mondays of September, which are September 9, 2019 and September 23, 2019. The time and location of the Council meetings remains at 7:00 pm in MHCC Room 305.
Please be aware that the upside down buckets are mole traps Please don’t remove them, touch them, or otherwise disturb them. Thank you!