Lloyd EcoDistrict works with community members to facilitate conversation, resource sharing, and development. We engage with our neighbors – residents, businesses large and small, and partner organizations – to foster a more connected place for people to live, work, and play. The lists below provide helpful resources for residents and frequent visitors of Lloyd, and align with our mission (link) of creating a more sustainable and resilient neighborhood.
The Lloyd Community Association (LCA) 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. More information on the LCA website.
This is year-round. YEAR-ROUND PRODUCE! Tuesdays from 10-2pm off NE Holladay Street by 7th. More information here.
Sign up for our monthly eNewsletter, the Leaflet, to stay up to date on our programs, projects, and community events. Sign up on our Contact Us page.
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.
Lloyd Links is a free service for Lloyd residents that helps you plan your transit and bike routes around Portland.
Visit the Go Lloyd to get started.
Portland Bureau of Transportation has excellent bike maps. Here is the best one for the Lloyd District!
A Basic Earthquake Emergency Communication Node, or BEECN, is a place to go in Portland after a major earthquake. The closest BEECN is located just north of the Lloyd Neighborhood at Irvington Elementary School.
Neighborhood Emergency Teams (NETs) are Portland residents trained by PBEM and Portland Fire & Rescue t provide emergency disaster assistance with their own neighborhoods. Not only are NETs able to provide assistance during a natural disaster or crisis, but they can help households get prepared. More information about how to develop a emergency plan, build a home and car kit, and stay informed can be found at the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management.