Welcome to Martinazzi Woods CIO
The Martinazzi Woods Community Involvement Organization (CIO) is one of six residential CIOs located in separate geographical areas of Tualatin. The map above shows the outline of our neighborhood - Martinazzi Woods. Our membership is open to all who reside or own property in this area. The Martinazzi Woods Board of volunteers supports members by working with the City of Tualatin and other government agencies when questions, ideas and/or complaints are brought to our attention. Our focus is on community safety, livability, equity and a sense of community.
Fall CIO Meeting
Tuesday, October 10th
The Community at Marquis
19805 SW Boones Ferry Road
Martinazzi Woods CIO Board
Sallie Olson, President
Sallie has been a resident of Martinazzi Woods for 43 years, serving on the Martinazzi Woods CIO board for the last four years as treasurer and then president. She is a retired tax CPA and currently volunteers for the AARP/VITA tax preparation program. She is also very active in Tualatin Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and Tualatin Neighborhood Ready. She raised her two daughters in Tualatin and is grandmother to two beautiful granddaughters.
Del Moore, Vice President
Del has been a resident of Martinazzi Woods for 33 years along with my wife Dorothy. We have 4 children and 14 grandchildren. I am a retired application engineer. I enjoy wood working and camping. Since being retired I have been drawn to giving back to the community. I have been the vice president of Martinazzi Woods for the last 3 years and a member of Tualatin Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) for the last 4 years.
Lexie Buschert, Treasurer
Alexis grew up in Martinazzi Woods and after a few years away after college, moved back into the same neighborhood four blocks from the house where she was raised! She is an educator that worked for Tigard Tualatin School District for several years. Alexis enjoys walking her two dogs in the neighborhoods of our CIO and fighting weeds in her garden.
Claudia Sterling, Secretary
Claudia has been a Tualatin resident in Martinazzi Woods CIO for 30 years, having moved here from Texas. Her two grown sons attended TuHs. A retired engineer, she has worked for the City of Albany and the City of Portland, as well as consulting firms with water, wastewater, and stormwater projects in Washington and Multnomah Counties. She is a member of Tualatin CERT. She is looking forward to being active in our CIO.
Jamison Shields, Land Use Officer
Jamison and his wife, Danielle, recently moved to Tualatin in November 2020 after living in Richmond, Virginia. Prior to moving out east, Jamison grew up in Tigard and knows the area well. He and his wife both attended Oregon State are both passionate supporters of the Beavers! While he still works remotely for a commercial real estate group out of Virginia in asset management and development, Jamison is excited about the opportunity to serve his local community and can often be found walking their new puppy, Wally, through the Martinazzi Woods neighborhood with his wife.
Martinazzi Woods CIO Accomplishments
Tualatin Pedestrian Safety
Residents needed help crossing busy streets in the Martinazzi Woods CIO. Progress has been made with two flashing crosswalk signals on SW Boones Ferry Road, at SW Siletz and near SW Arapaho. A traffic light is currently being installed at the intersection of SW Martinazzi and SW Sagert.
National Night Out
The Martinazzi Woods CIO has contributed funding to neighborhood gatherings to mark National Night Out. This event is celebrated on the first Tuesday in August and promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood gathering. Our Police Chief Bill Steele and his officers make rounds to greet folks at each of the events. The CIO helps provide the paper products for these neighborhood gatherings.
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
Martinazzi Woods CIO supports the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). These volunteers have the training and focus to help neighbors in emergencies, such as power outages, floods and earthquakes. Each volunteer can help set up a command center, help with light search and rescue, provide basic first aid and communicate with City and County emergency response centers through HAM radios. Out of 163 CERTs, Martinazzi Woods has 37 members.
Keeping Our Neighborhood Clean
In response to complaints about dog waste on the sidewalks and in residential yards, the CIO purchased a garbage can and plastic bag dispenser unit to provide for waste disposal. It is maintained by the City and is located on SW Martinazzi between SW Avery and SW Iroquois Drive.
Emergency Supply Kits
Martinazzi Woods CIO has contributed grant funds to a community emergency supply kit. There is currently one supply hub located in Martinazzi Woods. It is available to CERTs in the event of an emergency. In an emergency, a Command Center will be set up at Byrom Elementary School – if school is not in session. Alternative location is a cul de sac at SW Pamlico Court.