03 Nov

Parkrose Trunk or Treat was Spooktacularly Successful!

The Parkrose High School parking lot played host to a horrifying display of paranormal activity on last Sunday. Over 2,000 small but terrifying apparitions descended upon 23 local businesses who bravely held them off with over 50,000 pieces of candy. Argay Square, Brown’s Point S Tire, Central Northeast Neighbors, Century Associates,

12 May

Know Your Neighbor – Portland Disposal

Portland Disposal and Recycling Ray Salvi – owner   What does your business do/sell?   We do disposal and recycling in the City of Portland. We have a contract with the City that picks up the majority of the residences in Parkrose. We also offer commercial services.   Did you

12 May

May Executive Director Article

It is only Spring in Parkrose, but the PBA already has its sights on the Fall! One of the PBA’s major projects this year is to promote Parkrose as a Halloween destination. We are picking up Historic Parkrose’ great retail marketing event, the Halloween BOGO, and adding a super fun,

29 Apr

Know Your Neighbor – Craft3

Craft3 Ana Inclán, Business Lender What does your business do/sell? Craft3 is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) – a nonprofit, non-bank organization that makes loans to businesses, individuals and nonprofits that may not qualify for conventional financing. We have a high-risk tolerance and our interest rates reflect that; we

17 Mar

Know Your Neighbor – Signs Now

Signs Now Kristin & Dan Trevino, Owners   What does your business do/sell? We are a design consultation, service and solutions company. We help businesses’ brands stand out! We have a great staff of graphic designers that create logos, branding and solve brand identity pain. Some of our products include

27 Feb

Be Wattsmart – Coffee Quarterly

This week we held our very first co-sponsored ‘Coffee Quarterly’ mixer and education lunch at member business Elmer’s Restaurant!  The event was sponsored and hosted by both Historic Parkrose and the Parkrose Business Association.   Buzz Thielman from Oregon Energy Green, a consultant for Pacific Power, spoke to us about ways