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Piedmont neighborhood is located in North Portland in North and Northeast Portland in the Columbia Slough watershed. The Piedmont subdivision was platted in 1889 by Edward Quackenbush, and hailed as a “Portland’s Evergreen Suburb”. The neighborhood has many historic homes. Notable features include two large parks- Farragut Park and Peninsula Park. Penninsula Park features a sunken rose garden and a gazebo-like structure that is a National Heritage historical structure and was designated a Portland Historic Landmark in 1973. Piedmont is a part of the North Portland Neighborhood Services Coalition.