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Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood is located in outer Southeast Portland in the Johnson Creek Watershed.
Because of it’s relatively late annexation into the City of Portland, the neighborhood has many unpaved streets and unfinished sidewalks, giving it a rural feel in many parts. It is home to several notable greenspaces, including the Brentwood Community Garden, the Portland State University Learning Gardens Laboratory, Brentwood Park, Errol Heights Natural Area, and Hazeltine Park. The steep bluff along Flavel Drive provides stunning views in the southwest corner of the neighborhood. Brentwood-Darlington is in the Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program Coalition.