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CPO Meetings and Events

Your local community participation organization (CPO) holds meetings where neighbors get together and work together to help make their community a better place. Everyone is encouraged to attend!
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Where neighbors work together to improve their community

CPO community meetings are open to everyone! Hosted by volunteer leaders, CPO community meetings include informative presentations and discussions by County staff, agency reps, local service providers and project managers who help residents stay informed about what is happening in their communities. Topics range from transportation, land use, housing, the environment, business, safety, water, parks and trails, elections, and more. Join your neighbors at the next CPO meeting in your neighborhood to find out what is going on, exchange ideas, discuss local issues, and work together to affect change in your community.

If you would like to learn more about CPO community meetings, email the CPO Program office at:
[email protected]

Community Meeting Schedules

CPO community meetings schedules can also be found on the County's online events calendar. If you are unsure which CPO you belong to, use the CPO look-up map. For information about how to join a virtual meeting, refer to the CPO Zoom User Guide.

CPO 1 | Bonny Slope, Cedar Hills, Cedar Mill

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 1 community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 1 holds hybrid (virtual and in-person) community meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm. Meetings are held in person at the Cedar Grove Apartments, East Community Room, 13400 NW Cornell Road. Street parking only (SE corner of Safeway lot is also good). Click the button below to join virtually via Zoom.

Upcoming: CPO 1 Community Meeting on June 11 | AGENDA
Feature presentation: Middle Housing Basics by Washington County Land Use & Transportation
PLEASE NOTE: This meeting is virtual only!

Join Meeting

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CPO 1 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 1 leadership position, please contact CPO 1 leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Bonny Slope, Cedar Hills and Cedar Mill in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email: [email protected]

YouTube | Facebook
CPO 1 meetings are recorded and available on YouTube for viewing later. CPO 1 YouTube channel and Facebook page are maintained by community volunteers.

CPO 3 | Garden Home, Raleigh Hills, West Slope

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 3 community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 3 holds virtual community meetings on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm.

Upcoming: CPO 3 Community Meeting - June 20 | AGENDA
Feature Presentation: Friends of Alpenrose
Other topics: Save Redtail Project, Neighbors for Wetland Preservation

Join Meeting

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CPO 3 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO3 leadership position, please contact CPO 3 leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Garden Home, Raleigh Hills, and West Slope in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email CPO 3 Chair Rob Skinner at: [email protected]

CPO 4B | Bull Mountain, Tigard (not active)

Not holding meetings at this time.

CPO 4K | King City and Vicinity

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 4K community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 4K generally holds hybrid (virtual and in-person) community meetings on the fourth Monday of each month at 7 pm. In person at: Highlands Clubhouse, 12930 SW Peachvale St., Tigard.

Upcoming:
CPO 4K is planning a community meeting on June 24. Details to come.

Join Meeting

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CPO 4K Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 4K leadership position, please contact CPO 4K leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the community of King City in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email CPO 4K Chair Kathy Stallkamp at: [email protected].

CPO 4M | Durham, East Tigard, Metzger

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 4M community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 4M holds hybrid (virtual and in-person) community meetings on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7 pm. In person at: Patricia D. Whiting Hall, Metzger Park, 8400 SW Hemlock St., Tigard.

Upcoming:
CPO 4M is planning a community meeting on June 26. Details to come.

Join Meeting

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CPO 4M Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 4M leadership position, please contact CPO 4M leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Durham, East Tigard and Metzger in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email CPO 4M Chair Jim Long at: [email protected]

CPO 5 | Sherwood and Tualatin (not active)

​​​​Not holding meetings at this time.

CPO 6 | Aloha, Cooper Mountain, Reedville

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 6 community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 6 generally holds community meetings on the first Thursday of each month at 7 pm.

Upcoming: CPO 6 Community Meeting - June 6 | AGENDA
Feature presentation: Middle Housing Basics by Washington County Land Use & Transportation

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CPO 6 Volunteer Leadership Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 6 leadership position, please contact CPO 6 leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by members of the communities of Aloha, Chehalem Mountain and Reedville in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email your CPO 6 leaders at: [email protected]

CPO 7 | Bethany, Rock Creek, Sunset West

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 7 community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 7 holds hybrid (virtual and in-person) community meetings on the second Monday of the month at 7 pm. Meetings are held in person at the Bethany Presbyterian Church, 15505 NW Springville Road. Click the button below to join meeting virtually via Zoom.

Upcoming: CPO 7 Community Meeting - June 10 | AGENDA
Feature presentation: Improved Transit Service Coming to Bethany

Join Meeting

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Steering Committee Meetings
The CPO 7 Steering Committee meets virtually on the Monday following the General Meeting at 1 pm. All are invited to attend. Click the button below to join meeting virtually via Zoom.

Join Meeting

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CPO 7 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 7 leadership position, please contact CPO 7 leadership at: [email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the neighborhoods north of Baseline Road, including but not limited to, Bethany, North Bethany, Tanasbourne, Rock Creek, Oak Hills, Sommerset West, in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email: [email protected]
Postal mail: 4804 NW Bethany Blvd., Suite I-2 Box 173, Portland, OR 97229

Facebook | YouTube
CPO 7 meetings are recorded and posted for viewing later. Past recordings of CPO7 meetings can be found on the CPO7 Facebook page and the CPO7 YouTube channel. The CPO7 YouTube channel and Facebook are maintained by community volunteers.

CPO 8 | Helvetia, North Hillsboro, North Plains, Mountaindale

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 8 community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
A number of volunteers have come together to organize and reactivate CPO 8. If you think you might be interested in volunteering your time, sharing your talents, and making a difference in your community, consider a leadership position. Contact Samsam Abdi (info below).

Upcoming:
CPO 8 Community Meeting - June 20 | AGENDA
Note: This is a virtual only meeting. Join online at the link below.

Join Meeting

Future CPO 8 meeting dates - Mark your calendars!
July 18, Aug. 15, Aug. 19, Sept. 19, Oct. 17, Nov. 21, Dec. 19

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CPO 8 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 8 leadership position, please contact Community Engagement Program Coordinator Samsam Abdi at: [email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Helvetia, North Hillsboro, North Plains, and Mountaindale in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email Samsam Abdi at: [email protected]

CPO 9 | Hillsboro (not active)

Not holding meetings at this time.

CPO 10 | Chehalem Mountain, Farmington, Groner, Laurel, Scholls

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 10 community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 10 holds in-person community meetings on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Kinton Grange, 19015 SW Scholls Ferry Rd., Beaverton.

Upcoming:
CPO 10 is planning a community meeting on September 19. There are no meetings in June, July, August.

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CPO 10 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 10 leadership position, please contact CPO 10 leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Chehalem Mountain, Farmington, Groner, Laurel and Scholls in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email CPO 10 Chair Andy Haugen at: [email protected]

CPO 11 | Gaston (not active)

Not holding meetings at this time.

CPO 12C | Cornelius, West Dairy Creek

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 12C community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 12C holds in-person community meetings on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Cornelius Library, Walters Community Room, 1370 N Adair Street.

Taking a summer break!
CPO 12C is taking June, July, August and September off. Enjoy your summer!

Upcoming
CPO 12C is planning a community meeting on Oct. 3. There are no meetings in June, July, August, September.

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CPO 12C Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 12C leadership position, please contact CPO 12C leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Cornelius and West Dairy Creek in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email the CPO Program at: [email protected]

CPO 12F | Forest Grove

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 12F community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 12F holds virtual community meetings on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 6 pm.

Upcoming:
CPO 12F does not have any meetings planned at this time.

Join Meeting

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For More Info
Email the CPO Program at: [email protected]

CPO 13 | Gales Creek, Roy, Verboort and Vicinity

CPO 13 is reactivating!
A number of volunteers have come together to organize and reactivate CPO 13. If you think you might be interested in volunteering your time, sharing your talents, and making a difference in your community, consider a leadership position. Contact the CPO Program (info below).

Upcoming:
CPO 13 is planning a community meeting in on June 24. Details to come.
In person at: Banks Public Library, 42461 NW Market St.

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CPO 13 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 13 leadership position, please contact CPO 13 leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Gales Creek, Roy, and Verboort in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email: [email protected]

CPO 14 | Banks, Buxton, Manning, Timber (in the process of activating)

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 14 community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 14 holds in-person community meetings on the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Banks Public Library, 42461 NW Market Street.

Upcoming:
CPO 14 Community Meeting on June 13 | AGENDA
Feature presentation: Wilkes House Restoration Update

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CPO 14 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 14 leadership position, please contact CPO 14 leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Banks, Buxton, Manning and Timber in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email: [email protected]

CPO 15 | Blooming and Fern Hill

Join your neighbors at the next CPO 15 community meeting. Everyone is welcome!
CPO 15 holds hybrid (in-person and virtual) community meetings as needed when important topics arise. Join in person at the Forest Hills Golf Course, 36260 SW Tongue Lane, or online via Zoom using the link below.

Upcoming:
CPO 15 is planning a community meeting on September 26. Details to come.

Join Meeting

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CPO 15 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
For more information about volunteering in a CPO 15 leadership position, please contact CPO 15 leadership at:
[email protected]

Why get involved? What are the benefits?
Participating at a leadership level in your community participation organization and civic life can be very rewarding. CPO leaders host community meetings which provide a place for representatives of Washington County and service district providers to visit your community with information on a wide range of livability topics. The meetings cover police/fire, parks/recreation, roads/transportation, emergency/disaster preparedness, public health, human services and more. The meetings uniquely provide an objective space for ordinary people to share in discussions with county and agency representatives, elected leaders and to engage with election candidates and ballot measures. As a CPO leader, you are making a difference by helping to encourage participation by the members of the communities of Blooming and Fern Hill in the decisions that affect them.

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For More Info
Email your CPO 15 leaders at: [email protected]

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