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Helping our Homeless Campers

Helping our homeless campers The City recently announced that police no longer respond in person to certain non-emergency calls, such as reports of illegal camping or excessive noise, unless they have the capacity at the time to do so. Still, they promise to log and investigated all complaints. You can help with these tips: Address […]

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The Song Goes On: Making Music in Salem

The Willamette Heritage Center brings a special exhibit looking at the history of making live music in our community. What do an 1875 upright piano, a child’s band uniform and a concert flyer for Little Richard all have in common? They are rarely displayed artifacts that will be on display documenting the rich and long tradition of […]

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Summer meetings in the park

Neighborhood association meetings take place in local parks during the summer months. All are welcome! Summer meetings are on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 7:00 p.m. to about 8:30 p.m. Come early (6:45 p.m.) to socialize! Schedule: June 28: Aldrich Park, Gazebo at Mill St SE and 15th St SEJuly 26 : Lee […]

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2020 Stormwater Master Plan Virtual Open House – July 20-August 7

The City of Salem is updating its Stormwater Master Plan to guide how the Salem community should address the many challenges associated with urban stormwater runoff. Contains goals, objectives, and policies to guide decisions regarding stormwater programs and projects Provides direction on how to invest to best meet current and future demands on the stormwater […]

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Our Salem Survey: Neighborhood Hubs

We have heard a lot of community support for creating neighborhood hubs in Salem. These are small-scale shops and services in residential neighborhoods. Neighborhood hubs are a newer idea in Salem, so we need your input as we start working out the details. What kinds of businesses would you like in your neighborhood? What should they […]

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Shape the Future of Geer Park

The City of Salem is preparing to further develop Geer Park, a 44-acre community park located at 241 Geer Drive NE and State St., on the edge of SESNA. As a first step, neighbours can provide input on potential new uses and their location within the park.