Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association

The citizen run association of Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood in Southeast Portland

All About Us

The Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood includes the area between 45th Avenue and 82nd Avenue, south of Duke and north of the county line. It’s a nice place to live! The Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association is one of 95 associations representing Portland, Oregon neighborhoods. Our neighborhood has approximately 13,000 residents.

We are in Southeast Portland, and are part of Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Coalition:



Southern Boundary: Clatsop St. (Clackamas-Multnomah County line)
Eastern Boundary: SE 82nd Avenue
Northern Boundary: SE Duke Street
Western Boundary: SE 45th Avenue

Click here for a detail map of our neighborhood


The Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood Association meets on the first Thursday of the month at 7 PM, Brentwood-Darlington Community Center, 7211 SE 62nd Avenue.

Feel free to stop by to learn more about BDNA and it’s ongoing projects. If you would like to be on the Agenda please send an email to to reserve a spot.

Our board puts together a monthly newsletter to update our neighbors on what has been happening in the area and with the board. We understand that not everyone can commit time to attending our monthly meetings, but we want to make sure people have access to information about what is happening in their community. If you would like to join our mailing list and receive our newsletter click here.

See our board roster and board member profiles here

For Minutes of previous meetings, click here.

Land-Use notices for our neighborhood and surrounding areas can be found here. Land use notices are organized by coalition and than by neighborhood on the city website, so look under Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program.

Our Bylaws can be found BDNA Bylaws, with 2013 bylaw amendments here.

Take a look at our calendar

Subscribe to our google group


Brentwood Community Garden
SE 57th Ave. & Cooper St.

Brentwood Park
SE 60th Ave. & Duke St.


Errol Heights Property
SE 52nd Ave. & Tenino St.

12 acres


Errol Heights was acquired by Portland Parks in 1996. Its amenities include a great walking path through the site with views of the Errol Creek wetland area. Many native plants and shrubs thrive in Errol Heights – part of the Johnson Creek Watershed. The Park also features a Community Garden Space. See more information about the garden here:

The Friends of Errol Heights enhances and protects the tree canopy and habitats that exist in the park. They meet every third Saturday. Contact Friends of Errol Heights volunteer leader Paul Ciriand he can add you to the monthly reminder list for work parties. Other questions about the park? Contact Portland Parks Stewardship Coordinator Susan Hawes.

See more information about the park at the BES website here:

See the park’s Master Plan here:


Flavel Park
SE 75th Ave. & Flavel St.

Harney Park
SE 67th Ave. & Harney St.


Hazeltine Park

5416 SE Flavel Drive

Hours: 5:00 a.m. – Midnight

The park is named in honor of longtime neighborhood resident Dick Hazeltine, considered by many as a “founder” of the Brentwood Darlington neighborhood.

This park is a result of the community’s persistence. Brentwood Darlington Neighborhood Association’s (BDNA) steady commitment over several years helped create a park on a site that was previously abandoned, attracting crime and trash. BDNA board members and neighbors acquired the lot from Multohmah County in 1999 and transformed it into the beautiful one acre green space the community enjoys today.

Brentwood-Darlington on the web

See our website at Southeast Uplift:

Our blog:

Check us out on Facebook:

Office of Neighborhood Involvement BDNA Website:

Census information for BDNA:

Wikipedia article on Brentwood-Darlington Neighborhood

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