There are a number of non-committee discussion mailing lists available at Sellwood-Moreland Improvement League. A few of them are listed below.
We will never use your email address for other purposes nor do we ever knowingly share our list members addresses with any other group or entity.
Just sign up using the links below the list descriptions.
Everyone – This is a “catch-all” list for items in the neighborhood that don’t really fit in any particular category. It’s a good place to hear from your neighbors, try out general ideas and get new initiatives started. Due to the non-specific nature of this list, it could have higher traffic volume than the other lists. Most have an average of 1 or 2 posts a week. This could be higher.
Friends of SCC – The Friends of the Sellwood Community Center are a group of dedicated individuals in the community who are devoted to keeping the Sellwood Community Center vital and contributing to the health of the neighborhood through a variety of activities supporting programs at the Center including fundraising for the “Permanent Fund” – an endowment to ensure long term vitality.
SNAC – This is the Stewardship of Natural Amenities Committee listserve. Subscribing to this list will provide you with emails containing information from the SNAC.
Land Use – This is the Land Use listserve. Subscribing to this list will provide you with emails containing information from the Land Use Committee.
Sundaes in the Park – This is the Sundaes in the Park listserve. Subscribing to this list will provide you with emails containing information from the Sundaes in the Park Committee.
Transportation – This is the Transportation listserve. Subscribing to this list will provide you with emails containing information from the Transportation Committee.
Families – This is the Sellwood-Moreland families listserve. This list is designed to provide a platform for all families in the neighborhood to communicate electronically. Subscribing to this list will provide you with a fairly regular email, about every 2-4 weeks, that will have information regarding family events as well as issues that effect families or children in the neighborhood.