Sabin Community Assets
Sabin School was built in 1923 and is part of the Grant High School cluster. The school "strives to support all students in achieving their personal best and inspires them to participate in a democratic society by creating learning experiences that teach wellness, interdependency, lifelong learning, critical decision-making, empowerment & respect and regard for all people."
Sabin Hydro Park and Sabin Community Garden
In 2008, the City of Portland created the Sabin Hydro Park and the Sabin Community Garden near the old water towers at NE 21st and Prescott. The park is open 5:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Sabin School Garden
In 2008, under Ken Rumbaugh’s leadership, the PTA created the Sabin Edible Garden to give students at the school the opportunity to learn about gardening and healthy food. Matt Cartwright built the iconic gate from neighborhood scrap metal.
Sabin Community Orchard
Historically, the triangular area at the corner of NE 15th and Prescott was where the street car turned around. In the spring of 2011, the Board of Directors engaged Architects Without Borders to design a useful and attractive park for this space. AWB developed a design incorporating bioswales, trees, seating and artwork. Due to the cost and time commitment involved, this project is currently on hold.