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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!
People participating in a meeting

 
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

Community Meetings
CPO 1 holds hybrid (virtual and in-person) community meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm. In person at: Cedar Grove Apartments, East Community Room, 13400 NW Cornell Rd. Street parking only (SE corner of Safeway lot is good). 

Agenda - Feb. 13, 2024 (PDF 180.02 KB)
Feature Presentation: All Things Library, presented by Liz Paulus of Cedar Mill Community Library's Adult Services and Peter Leonard, Library Executive Director

Join Meeting

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For More Info
Email your CPO 1 leaders at: [email protected] 

YouTubeFacebook
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

NOTE: CPO 3 is not holding a meeting in February.

Community Meetings
CPO 3 holds virtual community meetings on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. 

Join Meeting 

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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

Community Meetings
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.

NOTE: CPO 4K is not planning on holding a meeting in February. 

Join Meeting

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

CPO 4M  |  Durham, East Tigard, Metzger

Community Meetings
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.

NOTE - VIRTUAL ONLY:
The February meeting will be a virtual meeting only. There will not be an in-person option.

Agenda - Feb. 28, 2024 (PDF 191.19 KB)
ON THE AGENDA
Public Safety Briefings / Service Provider Updates / Land Use Applications and Developments

Join Meeting

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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

NOTE: CPO 6 is not holding a community meeting in February.

Community Meetings

CPO 6 generally holds virtual community meetings on the first Thursday of each month at 7 pm.

Join Meeting

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CPO 6 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
There are a number of leadership positions open, including Vice Chair, Secretary, Member(s) At Large, CCI Representatives (2). For more information about volunteering in a CPO 6 leadership position, please contact 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 Aloha, Reedville and Cooper Mountain 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

Community Meetings
CPO 7 holds community meetings as needed on the second Monday of the month at 7 pm when important topics arise. Meeting locations vary. Meetings are also live streamed on the CPO 7 Facebook page

Upcoming:

Agenda - Feb. 12, 7-9 pm (PDF 443.1 KB)

LOCATION
Bethany Presbyterian Church, 15505 NW Springville Road, Portland, OR 97229

FEATURE PRESENTATION
Vision for Development at NW Pioneer and NW 150th Properties, presented by Ryan O’Brien with Planning & Land Design LLC

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CPO 7 Leadership Volunteer Opportunities
All leadership positions are open, including Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Member(s) At Large, CCI Representatives (2). For more information about volunteering in a CPO 7 leadership position, please contact former CPO 7 leadership. 

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
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CPO 8  |  Helvetia, North Plains, Mountaindale

Join your neighbors at the next community meeting on February 29, 6:45 pm. Everyone is welcome! In person at Jessie Mays Community Center, 30975 NW Hillcrest St, North Plains, or virtually at the link below. 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).

Agenda - Feb. 29, 2024 (PDF 804.06 KB)

ON THE AGENDA
CPO 8 has reactivated! This will be a work session to review and adopt bylaws. Will also work on developing our agendas for our upcoming meetings based on the input from attendees at the January meeting.

Mark your calendars for these upcoming CPO 8 meeting dates:
Mar. 21, Apr. 18, May 16, June 20, July 18, Aug. 15, Aug. 19, Sept. 19, Oct. 17, Nov. 21, Dec. 19

Join Meeting

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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

Community Meetings
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. 

Agenda for Feb. 15, 2024 (PDF 525.91 KB)
Feature Presentation: Tour of Morrocco, presented by longtime local area resident Gary Virgin

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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

NOTE SPECIAL DATE! CPO 12C will be holding a meeting on February 15.

Community Meetings
CPO 12C holds in-person community meetings on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm at theCornelius Library, Walters Community Room, 1370 N Adair Street. 

Agenda for Feb. 15, 2024 (PDF 161.55 KB)
Feature Presentation: City of Cornelius Visioning Process, presented by Cornelius City Manager Peter Brandom

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

CPO 12F  |  Forest Grove

NOTE: CPO 12F will not be holding a community meeting in January.

Community Meetings
CPO 12F holds virtual community meetings on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 6 pm.  

Join Meeting 

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

CPO 13  |  Gales Creek, Roy, Verboort and Vicinity

Not holding meetings at this time.

CPO 14 | Banks, Buxton, Manning, Timber (not active)

Not holding meetings at this time.

CPO 15  |  Blooming and Fern Hill

Community Meetings
CPO 15 holds virtual community meetings as needed when important topics arise. Upcoming community meetings are set for Feb. 15 and May 16.

Agenda - Feb. 15, 2024 (PDF 187.11 KB)
Feature Presentations: Washington County Sheriff's Office Update / Friends of North Plains Smart Growth / OSU Master Gardeners Spring Garden Prep & Planning

Join Meeting

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

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