Livable Lloyd is the best way for residents to learn about what is going on in Lloyd. Whether it be a street clean-up day, construction notices, or holiday potluck, Livable Lloyd is your best source for neighborhood news. Meetings are held in the evenings on the third Monday of the month. Learn more here and be sure to join the Lloyd Life Facebook group for the most current updates and events.
The Lloyd District Community Association is a group of business leaders and residents working together to make our community a better place to live, work, and play. Members enjoy benefits of networking with other leaders in the community and a loud voice for concerns regarding City issues. Join us as we make the Lloyd District a place everyone can enjoy! More information on the LDCA website.
This is year-round. YEAR-ROUND PRODUCE! Tuesdays from 10-2pm off NE Holladay Street by 7th. For more information go to: lloydfarmersmarket.com.
Enjoy your veggies!
Want to learn more about Lloyd? Lloyd EcoDistrict provides neighborhood walking tours. Contact Devon at email@example.com for more information.
Resoureceful PDX is a resource to help you make simple changes that can help you save money, support community, and conserve natural resources. Check out the resource map, which includes community-based, not-for-profit or grassroots organizations that help residents reuse, swap, repair and share such items as tools, building or art supplies, household goods or other materials rather than throwing away or buying new.
Get to it! What is Lloyd Links, you ask? Lloyd Links is a FREE service for Lloyd residents that can help you to plan the best way to travel from your home to your place of work. Save time and money – and even get some exercise!
Lloyd Links is a customized service that provides detailed information to help you plan your way to work. Whether you WALK, BIKE, RIDE A BUS OR TRAIN, OR DRIVE – Lloyd Links provides services that can help make your way a little easier. For example, when you provide your start and destination locations, the staff at Lloyd Links create a custom bike or walk route for you. They will even include suggested ways to add stops along the way – so that you can get your morning cup of coffee on the way.
Lloyd Links is operated by the Lloyd Transportation Management Association (TMA). Visit the Go Lloyd website to get started: golloyd.org/lloydlinks. Or call the Go Lloyd at 503-236-6441. They are open Tuesday-Friday and are located at 700 NE Multnomah St.
Portland Bureau of Transportation has excellent bike maps. Here is the best one for the Lloyd District! For more maps and other active transportation information go to: portlandoregon.gov/transportation/at.
Support restaurants and eateries owned by Portland’s black community. Check out this great map and directory of Portland-based, black owned spots to fill your belly.
Black Water Bar
Chai Yo Thai Restaurant
E-San Thai Cuisine Food Cart
Eb and Bean
Frank’s Noodle House
Gluten Free Gem
Green Zebra Grocery
Koji Osakaya Restaurant
Marinepolis – Sushi Land
Milo’s City Cafe
Namaste Indian Cuisine
Spirit of 77
Yuki Japanese Restaurant
List of all restaurants in Lloyd at the LDCA website.
Have a nonemergency to report? PDX Reporter is the newest tool for individuals to interact with the city concerning problems or issues with publicly maintained infrastructure. The application is compatible with Android phones running 2.1 or higher and may be downloaded for free from the Android Marketplace. Download the app or create an online account here.
The Police Bureau has launched the next data set for the Open Data tab on the Police Bureau public facing website. This information will be a very useful option for community members with questions about motor vehicle theft, statistics, and potential steps community members can take to protect their vehicles. The Open Data tab also has some very useful and informative self-serving tools for community members to find out crime statistics in the City and neighborhoods.
Neighborhood crime stats dashboard and open data site.
The Northeast Portland Tool Library provides Northeast Portland residents of all income levels access to tools, empowering our neighbors to build and maintain a sustainable, thriving community. Located at 5431 NE 20th Avenue, Portland, OR 97211 (off NE 20th and Killingsworth).
Bike Farm is an all volunteer-run collective dedicated to every aspect of bicycle education, from safe commuting to repair. It’s a great space to learn basic to advance bike maintenance, offering specific tool nights to women, trans, and minority riders. Located at 1810 NE First Avenue, Portland, OR 97212, just north of the Lloyd neighborhood.
The Oregonian provides a condensed feed of news stories, blog posts, food reviews, and event announcements specific to NE Portland.