We have only a few more weeks to gather notarized objections and stop the proposed National Historic District. We’re almost there! We need your help to stop this divisive proposal.

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The Eastmoreland historic district application has been submitted to the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office and is expected to be forwarded to the National Park Service on May 17th. There is only one sure way to halt this process: to have 50% plus one of the owners of property in Eastmoreland file notarized objections. It seems backwards, but if an owner doesn’t submit a notarized objection, their ownership counts as supporting the proposal. If two people own a home together, both of them have a separate vote.

With a turnout of over 66%, the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association poll showed that a majority objected to the Historic District. On March 16, the ENA Board voted to disregard the poll and continue anyway.

At this point in the process, only a notarized objection will meet the legal requirement.


Impacts

Learn more about the changes and consequences that come with living in a historic district.

Quick Summary →

Demolitions →

Tree Canopy →

WHAT HAPPENED IN IRVINGTON?

We invited City of Portland staff and Irvington Historic District residents to share their expertise and experiences, while providing fact-based primers on how historic district nominations work, and what how it will effect you and any future plans you have for your home.

Watch the Video and Review Presentation Materials →


THE DRAFT EASTMORELAND HISTORIC DISTRICT NOMINATION FORM has been submitted to the state of oregon

Please click below to go to the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office's official website with links to the current proposal, a map of the area proposed to be within the historic district boundary, a timeline and information about how to object.

Go to the Eastmoreland Historic District webpage @ SHPO →

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