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honoring our past – planning our future

We want your ideas, insights and imagination!Community Check In
Alberta Main Street
Community Check In
Tues. Feb. 24, 2015, 6:30 – 9 PM
St. Andrew Catholic Church Community Center, Oscar Romero Room (806 NE Alberta Street)
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All are welcome!
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Eat for Alberta Street

Feb 2015 Eat for Alberta Street (web)Join us Saturday, February 21st from 10 – 4PM at Case Study Coffee and Cupcake Jones. Both businesses will be generously contributing 15% of the day’s sales to support Alberta Main Street!

Case Study Coffee: 1422 NE Alberta
Cupcake Jones: 1405 NE Alberta

relighting rexall

Rexall Sign Dark for decades, the Alberta Rexall Drug sign was relit on New Year’s Eve.
The sign carries a great deal of historical significance for Alberta Street. Rexall Drug opened on NE Alberta Street in 1915 and operated for 66 years. In 1994, Oregonian reporter Ulrike Langer wrote, “When the store closed, after a brutal holdup in 1981, neighbors held a wake. For many older Northeast Portlanders, the bright blue and orange sign on the corner of Northeast Alberta and 24th evokes memories of better times.” Langer, Ulrike. “Alberta Neighborhood in Transition,” The Oregonian 5 October. 1994: 1. Print.

Street Seats Arrive on Alberta Street

A Dialogue web

Creating More Public Space and Inspiring Community Interaction
Take a ride or walk down Alberta Street and discover two new public street seats in front of the Tin Shed and Vita Café.

“We are thrilled to be selected as a placement site for one of the public Street Seats. We’ve received so much love from the community over the years and it’s great to be a part of something that continues to grow. The sense of community on Alberta Street is already remarkable; we are thankful to be playing a role to further inspire community interaction ”, remarked Christie Griffin, co-owner of the Tin Shed.  [click to read the full press release]

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Support This has been a very exciting year for Alberta Street! Our list of accomplishments achieved working together is extraordinary. All of the great things happening on Alberta Street don’t just happen – together we make them happen! Your support and engagement are critical to a successful Alberta Street.  As we are start our fifth year working together to create a vibrant, creative, equitable, and sustainable Alberta Street, we hope you will consider joining Alberta Main Street’s family of donors!
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Get involved

Learn more about Alberta Main Street and ways you can get involved in our community! Join us our upcoming volunteer orientation. Learn more

business on alberta Street

Opening a Business on Alberta StreetAlberta Street is a vibrant neighborhood business district in NE Portland that is known for its individuality and love of the local. Lined with independently owned retail stores, art galleries, restaurants, bars and coffee shops, Alberta Street caters to residents and visitors who want to experience an authentic piece of Portland. Alberta Street is a great place to open and operate a business. We have created a couple of documents to help you whether you are new to Alberta Street or are looking to grow. learn more