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Goose Hollow neighborhood is located in Southwest Portland in the Willamette River watershed. It is one of Portland’s oldest neighborhoods, first settled in 1845 by Daniel Lownsdale. Tanner creek used to run through the neighborhood forming a deep gulch or “hollow” through the neighborhood, and ending at Couch Lake (now the Pearl District and parts of Old Town/Chinatown), however the creek was buried in the late 19th century and remains underground to this day. Providence Park, the Multnomah Athletic Club, and Lincoln High School, the oldest high school in the Pacific Northwest, are located in Goose Hollow. The neighborhood is is a part of the Neighbors West/Northwest Coalition.