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  • The Harding Neighborhood Association covers the neighborhood bounded by Harrison Blvd, 36th Street, Grant Ave, and 29th Street.
  • Harding Neighborhood Association 4th Annual Membership Meeting

    Harding Neighborhood Association 4th Annual Membership Meeting

    Sunday October 4, 2015
    3:30 - 4:30 P.M.

    College Hill School grounds
    Bring blankets, lawn chairs, and potluck finger-food to share.

    ****On the Agenda***
    Bill Glassmire, Ward 7 Councilor: Current & upcoming issues.
    Jon Stoll, OSU/Corvallis Community Relations (& Harding resident)
    Community Livability Officers, Corvallis Police Department.

    No need to RSVP
    Please Note: No restroom facilities available
    (Also, no pets or alcoholic beverages on school grounds)

    HNAʼs Web site: http://HardingNeighborhood.org
    Email HNA officers: HardingNeighborhood@gmail.com

    Posted Apr 4, 2016, 1:09 PM by Harding Neighborhood
  • University Response to Off-Campus Noise and Trash Violations
    The document listed below details the university's response to off-campus noise and trash violations. Corvallis residents are encouraged to file a community grievance with Oregon State University by contacting Corvallis Community Relations (541-737-8606; CCR@oregonstate.edu).   
    Posted Apr 4, 2016, 1:09 PM by Harding Neighborhood
  • Community Livability Team

    The attached letter introduces the Corvallis Police Department’s Community Livability Team and highlights their role in keeping our community safe and a great place to live.

    The Team’s three members, Officers Trevor Anderson, James Dodge, and Luke Thomas, invite you to contact them to discuss your concerns about police-related issues in regard to community livability.

    Here is the letter in plain text (also see PDF file listed below):

    Corvallis Police Department

    180 NW 5th Street Post Office Box 1083 Corvallis, OR 97339-1083

    Jonathan M. Sassaman, Chief of Police 541.766.6924 / FAX 541.754.1 720
    August 20th, 2015 Letter of Introduction

    To Corvallis Community Members and Businesses,

    The Corvallis Police Department is happy to introduce the Community Livability Officer Program. This team of police officers is the result of a voter approved tax levy authorizing the funding for three additional police officers, supplies and equipment, focusing on community livability.

    Community Livability Officers will focus on addressing neighborhood and community concerns regarding chronic criminal behaviors negatively impacting the Corvallis Community. These uniformed patrol officers will work in collaboration with other units within the police department, community groups, and Oregon State University to provide a safe and secure environment for all community members.

    Our team will be responsible for providing crime prevention, education, and enforcement functions within the community, and addressing chronic or repeat criminal behaviors negatively impacting community livability. Our team will undertake these responsibilities by partnering with community groups to accomplish a variety of programs and projects. In addition, our team will conduct foot and bicycle patrols on a regular basis. Calls for service needing police response for enforcement or investigation will continue to be handled through our emergency and non-emergency dispatch.

    If your neighborhood or business is experiencing repeated or chronic negative behaviors, the Community Livability Officers may be able to work with you towards productive solutions. We would be happy to meet with your community group, business, or business association to introduce ourselves and provide more information. Our contact information is below.
    Sincerely,

    Officer Trevor Anderson, Badge #827
    Officer James Dodge, Badge #852
    Officer Luke Thomas, Badge #858

    541-766-6924
    Community.Livability@Corvallisoregon.gov
    Our Fundamental Duty is to Serve our Community!

    Posted Apr 4, 2016, 1:06 PM by Harding Neighborhood
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