Milwaukie's Neighborhoods Program consists of 7 officially recognized Neighborhood District Associations or "NDAs". See the attached boundary map to determine which NDA you live or work within. The seven NDAs in Milwaukie include the following:
There are also two business industrial districts (North Industrial area and Milwaukie Business/Industrial) in the city, though they have not formally organized into associations and do not have bylaws.
The NDAs were created to improve communication between the City and its residents. This communication is managed and coordinated through the efforts of the Community Services Office. Each NDA meets monthly, has its own set of bylaws, and annually holds elections in May for a Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer.
To learn more about the roles and responsibilities of these positions refer to the bylaws of each neighborhood see the bylaws on each NDA page.
Officers from each of the City's 7 NDAs meet every month to consistently communicate with one another about city-wide issues and discuss mutual or opposing interests. To learn more about these meetings, contact the Chair of your NDA.