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Ardenwald-Johnson Creek neighborhood is located in Southeast Portland in the Johnson Creek Watershed. It straddles the border between Portland (and Multnomah County) and Milwaukie (and Clackamas County), and is recoginzed as a neighborhood that is a part of both Portland and Milwaukie.
The Springwater Trail and Johnson creek run through the neighborhood, and Tideman Johnson City Park is located in its northern end. Ardenwald-Johnson Creek is a part of the Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program Coalition.