The Salem Saturday Market near the Capitol is an endearing staple of our city. A good place for lunch or to pick up local produce and gifts. And who hasn’t discovered a new sweet to try or stared at a weird vegetable you never knew was locally grown? This article will show you how to walk to the market and see something interesting on the way.
Once upon a time, there was a quiet neighborhood where people lived in harmony with their pets. Dogs barked, cats roamed, and birds sang. However, something strange started happening one day – domestic rabbits started running wild! It all began when a few families decided to get rabbits as pets. They were cute, fluffy, and […]
It is World Bee Day once more! Oregon is home to about 500 species of bees. You can find them in forests, fields and our own gardens. These busy insects are the main pollinators for 90% of plants, so keeping them healthy is important. Maybe you know somebody who keeps bees in their yard. It is […]
As a resident of SESNA are you worried about the recent increase in car break-ins, car theft and tagging in the area? Here are steps you can take to protect yourself and your property. First, make sure your vehicle is secured and free of any valuables. Thieves are often attracted to cars with visible items […]
Considered invasive in the Pacific Northwest because of its aggressive growth and ability to outcompete native plants, the Tree of Heaven is spreading fast south of Mission St. This tree originates from China but has been introduced to many parts of the world, including North America, as an ornamental plant. It is highly adaptable to […]
One of the most heartening aspects of modern urban life is the rise of the neighborhood tiny library. These charming little book depositories, often created and maintained by dedicated volunteers, serve as a testament to the human desire for knowledge, community, and connection. They bring people together around a shared love of reading and learning. […]
You might have seen the signs and posters around the city, showing people coming together and the slogan: Your voice. Your neighborhood. Your community. The city’s new campaign ‘we belong‘ is an initiative aimed at supporting neighborhood associations and promoting a sense of community and belonging. The campaign’s main goal is to encourage residents to […]
Learn how 910,000 trees got planted in the Willamette Valley, the work being done in your neighborhood, and how to care for your own yard trees.
Tuesday, March 28, 2023 | 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Capital Park Wesleyan Church (410 19th St. SE ) – in person Meeting is open to the public. State Rep. Tom Andersen – Legislative update from our Dist. 19 rep.Sgt. Steve Galvin: SESNApolice liaison invited. Sid Hariharan Godt – West Coast Home Solutions, new industrial […]
Today, March 1, 2023, is SESNA’s 47th birthday! The Southeast Salem Neighborhood Association (SESNA) was formed on March 1, 1976 in Salem, Oregon. Its initial purpose was to address concerns about crime and safety in the neighborhood, which was experiencing a rise in property crime and vandalism. Over the years, SESNA has evolved to become […]