Welcome to the home page of the Buckman Community Association (BCA). This site is intended to act as a comprehensive reference for both the Buckman neighborhood itself, and the BCA. You can get started with the navigation links on the left-hand side of the page, described below:
- Blog - The Buckman Voice is the BCA's blog, where you can read posts containing information of interest to Buckman residents.
- Facebook - Join our Facebook group to get neighborhood updates in your news feed.
- About - Some general information about the BCA and the Buckman neighborhood.
- Events - A calendar of events in and related to the Buckman neighborhood.
- Newsletter - Download PDF versions of our print newsletter, the Buckman Voice.
- Board Members - A list of the current members of the BCA board.
- Join - Become a member of the BCA! It's quick and easy to sign up. You'll be added to our e-mail list, and receive periodic updates on the neighborhood.
- Contact Us - Get in touch with the BCA.
All are welcomed and encouraged to attend our monthly meetings. The meetings take place on the second Thursday of every month. The BCA board meets from 6:20-7pm, followed by the general meeting from 7-9pm. The meetings are held in the Multnomah County Boardroom, located at 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
Learn more about and shape your neighborhood! We always have a need for more neighbors to get involved in the BCA, whether you're a home owner, renter, or run a business. To get involved:
- Click here to sign up for our monthly e-mail newsletter. We send it out about once a month, generally a couple of days before the general meeting.
- E-mail email@example.com for more info or to ask us about a neighborhood issue you're having.
- Or just come to a meeting!
For those of you into history, you can check out the old Neighborhood Link BCA website here.
Come to the 6th annual 2015 Buckman Summer Picnic! August 9th from 4pm- 8pm!
For more information about volunteering or donations which are 100% tax deductible please contact
|The Alfred Webb properties consist of four identical Queen Anne era inspired cottages built by Alfred
Webb in 1891. The ensemble of four homes is a Landmark on the National Register of Historic places
located at the corner of SE 15th and Belmont St., and you are invited for a viewing hosted by the owner
on Sunday, August 16th from 1-4pm. The event will be family friendly, feature light refreshments and a
tours every 20 minutes. The interior of one house will be available for viewing.
The 15th Street gate – between 822 SE 15th and 1503 SE Belmont - will be open for visitors to walk in and
meet in the back courtyard.
Come support the current owner’s initiative to preserve and rehabilitate the properties by joining for
the festivities and learning more one of the Historic treasures of the Buckman neighborhood!
While not required for attendance, it would be very helpful to the owner to RSVP to Matt Brischetto at
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