Your tour guide for this adventure is Tanya March, a St. Johns resident, who wants to travel with you by foot armed only with a booklet of historic images, a cell phone and a first aid kit. St. Johns is a neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, located in North Portland on the tip of the peninsula formed by the confluence of the Willamette River and the Columbia River. It started as a separate, incorporated city that is now widely know for it amazing bridge, Jazz Festival, annual parade, and historic main street. This walk has some steep grades so bring comfortable shoes and a water bottle. The tour starts at the community center built in 1942 as a community center for WWII defense housing and relocated to the current location.
What do you do if there is ice or snow?
It is not safe for us to operate tours on slippery streets. We will refund your tour costs.
What do you do if it is 100 degrees?
If there is a heat advisory, that means a period of hot temperature expected by the local/national weather service. This can create a situation where heat illnesses are possible and it is recommended to stay out of the sun. Slabtown Tours LLC will try to reschedule the tour for later in the day.
What do I do if I can’t make it to the scheduled tour?
There are no refunds for no-shows, but if you cancel before the start of the tour, you can reschedule for another date. If you need to cancel, call 503.206.4676 or e-mail: email@example.com. If you are running late for a tour, text 971.302.3926. E-mail our staff your snail mail and we will happily mail you a gift card for future use.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Landline for Slabtown Tours LLC: 503.206.4676
Text or call if you are late for a tour: 971.302.3926
I heard there is a waiver. Could you share the text with me?
Yes. You can view or download a PDF of the waiver here.
Can my child play Pokemon GO on your tour?
Can I bring my dog on the tour?
Yes well-behaved dogs can join our standard tours on leash. We do not enter any buildings on our regular tours.