The Lloyd 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 LCA website.
Northeast Broadway Business Association (NEBBA) is an volunteer group of businesses and property owners from the NE Broadway Business District (NE 3rd to 37th Ave). We collaborate to keep our businesses strong and successful, while promoting, preserving and strengthening our community.
The Lloyd Enhanced Services District (ESD) was established in 2001 to encourage growth and ensure the continued health and development of, and pride in, the Lloyd neighborhood by making it a better place to live, work, and visit. Lloyd ESD core programs are supported by a property management license fee and focus on public safety, transportation access, sustainability, economic development, and neighborhood advocacy.
Want to make your office a greener place? This City of Portland program provides free tools and expertise to help you get there. The Sustainability at Work team provides a step-by-step guide on how to create a more sustainable work space and culture.
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.
Lloyd Links is a FREE service for Lloyd employees 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! Go Lloyd also provides a number of services, including a commuter rewards program, universal pass, and a number of engaging transportation events. Think of them as your one-stop transportation concierge!
Visit the Go Lloyd website to get started: golloyd.org/lloydlinks. Or call the Go Lloyd at 503-236-6441.
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
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.