West Slope NEIGHBORHOOD
COVID-19 Notice: The City is suspending in-person attendance by the public for NAC meetings to better protect the health and safety of the community.
Per Oregon Law all NAC virtual meetings will be recorded and archived by the City.
Please see Most Recent Agenda for a link or phone number to attend the virtual meeting
Meets on the Third Tuesday of Most Months. NAC meetings begin at 7:00 PM.
- Annual Elections (Board Members, Chair, Vice-Chair, Recorder, Treasurer, and BCCI representative) held in October.
- Neighborhood Crime Statistics
- West Slope Handout
- West Slope NAC Bylaws
- West Slope Neighborhood Map
- Follow us on Facebook
- Carl Tebbe, Chair
Current Volunteer Opportunities
- Please join us at an upcoming meeting and ask about the opportunities available. We are always searching for new board members and future officers.
Agendas & Minutes
- West Slope continues to explore the possibilities for the former nursery property in the neighborhood now owned by the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD). Their goal is to eventually turn the property into a neighborhood park. If you would like to join their efforts attend an upcoming meeting.
* Bring your ideas to our next meeting. Funds for projects are available through the Neighborhood Matching Grant Program.
Watch the latest meeting
About the West Slope NAC
Welcome to the West Slope Neighborhood Association Committee (NAC). We meet monthly to discuss ideas and issues and work on projects to improve our neighborhood. Anyone that lives, owns property (including a business), or represents a nonprofit organization within the neighborhood boundaries is a member! Please join us.
The NAC meeting is the designated forum for committee participants to share ideas and community news with neighbors. It is also an opportunity to meet with city officials on various issues throughout the year.
The West Slope derives its name from the Portland West Hills. The West Slope area is also host to the Sunset name.
In 1946, the Oregon State Highway Commission changed the name of what is currently Highway 26 to Sunset Highway. “This was in compliment to the 41st or Sunset Division of the United States Army which played a conspicuous part in both World War I and World War II … M.R. Chessman of Astoria suggested the name Sunset Highway because the Sunset Division had such a large proportion of men from the Pacific Northwest” (McArthur, 1992).
McArthur L. L. (1992). Oregon Geographic Names, Sixth Edition. Oregon Historical Society Press: Portland Oregon.