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All proceeds go to improve and protect Pier Park. Check the swag
Thank you to our donors and supporters:
- Portland Saturday Softball — for your generous donation to support our continued work improving and protecting Pier Park.
- Waterlink Web — for maintenance and hosting of the Friends of Pier Park website
Please support our sponsors.
We are Friends of Pier Park
Friends of Pier Park members are dedicated to the enhancement and protection of Pier Park. As a non-profit group, we advocate for this beautiful park, its public pool, skatepark, tennis courts, ball fields, disc golf course and amazing trees. We also organize volunteer work parties in cooperation with Portland Parks and Recreation to remove invasive plants and graffiti, plant native trees and shrubs and improve the trails and disc course.
We meet every month (except December) on the 3rd Monday at 6:30 pm at the St. Johns Library. All are welcome. In January and February, when the third Monday is a holiday, we meet on the 3rd Tuesday. Check our Events Calendar for updates.
Our accomplishments include convincing City Hall to keep Pier Pool open, the annual Pier Park Pick-Up sponsored by SOLVE, working with local companies, such as Next Adventure, to improve the disc golf course a Pier Park and purchasing playground equipment. We are proud to say that Pier Park is safer than any other Portland park of comparable size. The hundreds of regular disc golf players who play the course that winds around and through Pier Park keep it that way.
Check out the Shop/Donate page to make a donation to the Friends of Pier Park account held at Oregonians Credit Union. Funds will be used to improve thePier Park Disc Golf Course, the Pier Park Tennis Courts fund or as matching funds for grant proposals.
Thank you for donating!
Pier/Chimney Bridge Complete
Have you enjoyed the walk between Pier and Chimney Parks? The bridge is complete allowing better access for bicycle commuters to Rivergate and recreation for everyone. For more information checkout the this link to Portland Parks.