Meetings are held every month, on the second Thursday, at 7 PM

The public is invited to attend all meetings


General Meetings:  March, June, September, December

Annual Meeting:     March

Board Meetings:     Jan, Feb, Apr, May, July, Aug, Oct, Nov


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Dec 8

7pm, Oxford Suites, Hayden Island  Click here for Agenda


Free Cat Spay/Neuter for Stray and Feral Cats


Island NET (Neighborhood Emergency Team)

John Stach - 503 703 6680 -   707 N Hayden Is Dr #418

Volunteers requested to help with Island emergencies


Island Residents:  Download FREE Online PREPARE! - a Resource Guide from the American Red Cross


Clean Energy Works - learn how to lower energy waste - winterize your home.


Monthly Beach Walks - West Hayden Island - contact Port of Portland to schedule  503 415 6532


Welcome to Hayden Island

Hayden Island is a wonderful mixture of tax free shopping, light industry, office and retail, restaurants, hotels, condos and apartments, the largest complex of yacht moorages on the Columbia RIver, custom riverside homes, an RV park, two manufactured home parks and the area's largest concentration of floating home moorages.


A natural divider between Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington, Hayden Island sits between the main channel of the Columbia River and the boat and water sport intensive North Portland Harbor.  Hayden Island is the backdrop for the annual Christmas Ships, Fourth of July fireworks display and non-stop maritime and river-based living.  A place to get away from it all by just being home.


Challenges face the Island and its +2,000 residents: a proposed new I-5 mega bridge project, a 370+ new apartment project, and the redevelopment of Jantzen Beach SuperCenter. HINooN provides the consolidating organization for residents and member associations to speak with one voice.  Come join us!


There are 95 officially recognized neighborhoods in Portland.  Each is represented by a volunteer-based neighborhood association which serves as a liaison between residents of the neighborhood and city government, as coordinatred by the city's Office of Neighbhood Involvement (ONI). 

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