The fourth Tuesday of every month
Waldo Middle School Media Center
2805 Lansing Ave NE
(Use south doors)
Who are we?
We are the Lansing Neighborhood
Association, (LNA), one of 19 Neighborhood Associations
officially recognized by the City of Salem. Although
Neighborhood Associations are recognized by and receive staff
support from the City, they are wholly self-directed. Each
Association sets its own agenda and determines its own course
of action. Neighborhood Associations have legal standing in
all land use matters within their boundaries and are asked by
the City and other jurisdictions to comment on a variety of
matters important to the community.
The purpose of
a neighborhood association.
To promote community planning through
To advise City Council and City Staff on
planning and environmental issues
To promote the livability of the
Who can become a member?
Any resident, business, or property
owner between I-5 and Evergreen Avenue and between Market
Street and Silverton Road is a member, and it costs nothing to
In addition to discussing issues of concern to the Lansing
Neighborhood, a board of committed neighbors is elected to
vote on issues of importance to the Neighborhood and submit
those decisions to the City or other agencies.
Neighborhood associations address your concerns.
Associations create their goals and activities based on the
interests of neighbors and the needs of the Neighborhood. We
work on crime prevention, traffic solutions, and safety
issues. Our Association has supported youth programs,
planted trees, promoted neighborhood clean-ups, and built
walkways. People who care about our Neighborhood have
cooperated on worthwhile projects and gotten to know their