Annual Gathering/Open House November 10

NOTE: Post-Meeting updates will be posted soon! Greetings, neighbors! This year, SESNA's annual gathering will be held at the Willamette Heritage Center/Mission Mill, in the beautiful Dye House. We've moved it from a weekday evening to a Saturday afternoon to make it more family-friendly and fun. We're still working out the final details, but here's … Continue reading Annual Gathering/Open House November 10

Haunted Halls at Willamette University

This Halloween, Willamette University is hosting a fun event, free for all. Haunted Halls will include trick-or-treating, a carnival, games, and some spooky surprises! Bring the whole family to this all-ages event at the Montag Center, near the corner of State Street and 12th Street. October 31, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM. For more info, … Continue reading Haunted Halls at Willamette University

SESNA Position on “Our Salem” Stakeholder Advisory Committee

At the September 25, 2018 SESNA Board meeting, SESNA approved a statement of concern and formal recommendation to Mayor and Council regarding the stakeholder advisory committee for the "Our Salem" comprehensive plan update process. The text of the letter is below. A pdf of the document is available for download here. The current stakeholder advisory committee … Continue reading SESNA Position on “Our Salem” Stakeholder Advisory Committee

SESNA Followup on State Street Corridor

SESNA is pleased with the first steps the Salem City Council took in approving parts of the State Street Corridor Plan. The Council approved the "Hybrid" road section, which institutes a road diet for the stretch of State Street between 12th and 17th Streets. Council also approved the MU-1 and MU-2 zones, with some modifications. … Continue reading SESNA Followup on State Street Corridor