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SESNA Meeting – with Chief Womack – Tues. May 25th

SESNA Meeting What do YOU want to ask Salem’s new Police Chief? Tuesday, May 25, 2021 | 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM 410 19th Street SE, Community Center Gymnasium – Yes! In person – and also virtual on Facebook SESNA is teaming up with Capital Park Wesleyan Church to host a question-and-answer session with new […]

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World Bee Day

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 for the production of food and protection of our environment. But the past decades the little fellows have […]

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Wildlife in the neighborhood

One year ago, during a sunrise timed run through the neighborhood, I encountered a wild turkey on 19th and Ferry. A beautiful animal, walking the front yards as if it always lived here. And apparently they have. Wild Turkeys are endemic to South Salem. And sometimes a couple stroll over into our southeast neighborhood. The […]

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Next SESNA meeting: Today! Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Please join us for our next meeting! Here’s what we’ll be discussing: Tuesday, April 27, 2021 Meeting7:00 PM to 8:30 PM via ZOOM (link and call-in info below agenda)Agenda (6.45 p.m. / Technical assistance through email and Zoom) 7 p.m. / Welcome, approval of March minutes, additions to agenda 7:10 p.m. / Neighborhood concerns 7:20 p.m. […]

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How your neighbors cleaned up Mill Race Park

In 2017 Mitch and Mia bought and moved into their first house on Trade St. Soon they discovered Mill Race Park as a favorite stop on the daily dog walks. The park was in a state of neglect – so they decided to turn it back into the family friendly place it is today.

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Walk to the Saturday Market, and tour interesting sights along the way

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.

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SESNA Meeting – March 23, 2021 at 7:00 PM via Zoom

SESNA: Monthly public meeting Tuesday, March 23, 2021 | 7:00 PM This meeting is open to the public. Agenda: https://www.cityofsalem.net/meetingdocs/south-east-salem-neighborhood-association-agenda-2021-03-23.pdf Join Zoom Meeting: us02web.zoom.us/j/3202397301 Meeting ID: 320 239 7301 One tap mobile +12532158782,,3202397301# US (Tacoma) +13462487799,,3202397301# US (Houston)

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Improve your favourite park with the City’s support

After some of our neighbours wanted to clean up their favourite park, they (and us) discovered the City has lots of support ready for such volunteers.

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Tuesday, January 26 at 7 PM – Join us on Zoom!

Get together with neighbors for a meeting via Zoom! This month, we will cover the following: [1]  Welcome, approval of December minutes, additions to agenda[2]  Neighborhood concerns and litter pick-up update[3]  Guests and special topics\ Tom Andersen: City Councilor: city updates, questions Lt. Jason VanMeter, city police; updates, questions [4]   Old Business:  SPIF grant due […]

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SESNA MLK Day of Services (photos)

Thank you! To those who came out on MLK Day of Services… We were blown away with the turnout of 12 folks at the SESNA MLK Day of Service litter pickup. We filled 25 bags in 90 minutes, mostly from the 14th and Tripp Streets area near the Mission St. underpass and on the littered […]