South Tabor is a neighborhood in Southeast Portland. It's located south of Mt. Tabor, an extinct volcano that is part of the Boring Lava Field, and that houses one of the city's largest and best-loved parks.
The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Division, on the east by SE 82nd, on the south by SE Powell Boulevard, and on the west by SE 52nd. It derives its name from being south of Mount Tabor. The neighborhood is officially recognized by the City's Office of Neighborhood Involvement (ONI). It is part of Southeast Uplift (SEUL), one of the City's seven neighborhood coalitions, which provides resources and assists with access to City Hall.
Anyone who lives, works, or owns a business in South Tabor may be considered a member of the South Tabor Neighborhood Association (STNA).
- Mount Tabor on the north
- Montavilla on the northeast
- Powellhurst on the east
- Foster-Powell on the south
- Richmond on the west
As of 2010, South Tabor is part of State House District 46, and State Senate District 23. It is currently represented by Democrat Ben Cannon in the House, and Democrat Jackie Dingfelder in the Senate.
The portion of South Tabor west of 72nd Avenue is part of precinct 4131, the rest is part of precinct 4155. (see HD 46 map.)
Portland City Commissioners are elected at large; the City's Office of Neighborhood Involvement is a resource for neighborhood concerns.
South Tabor lies within Multnomah County District 3; the current County Commissioner is Judy Shiprack.
We are represented in the U.S. House of Representatives by Democrat Earl Blumenauer, of Oregon's 5th Congressional District. U.S. Senators Gordon Smith (R) and Ron Wyden (D) represent the entire state.