This month, we will hear from Melissa Parker, candidate for Salem Municipal Court; discuss whether a pedestrian path along 25th between Madrona and Mission should receive priority funding; and hear from City Councilor Tom Andersen. Join us! We'll be meeting at Capital Park Wesleyan Church, 19th Street and Mill, from 7 pm to 8:30 pm … Continue reading Monthly Neighborhood Meeting!
SESNA's January meeting will focus on reports from City Councilor Tom Andersen on the State Street Corridor project and the "Salem Reads" program sponsored by the public library. A discussion of 2018 priorities for SESNA will follow. Our high-level goals: Strengthen SESNA’s role in city processes; Empower citizens to work toward beneficial resolutions of neighborhood … Continue reading January 23 Meeting!
This month, Bruce Hildebrandt from the City of Salem will speak to us about the City's sidewalk repair program, and Phil Carver from 350.org will discuss the City of Salem Climate Change Action Plan. We expect City Councilor Tom Andersen to share the latest Council happenings. Come join us!
This year, the SESNA annual meeting moves to the beautiful Dye Room at the Willamette Heritage Center (formerly Mission Mill) at the corner of Mill and 12th Streets. Join us for tasty snacks, a chance to meet your neighbors, and more! Anya Holcomb from Salem for Refugees will tell us about their programs. We'll hear … Continue reading Annual Meeting October 24!
How does SESNA keep you connected? Here are some highlights from the September meeting. We shared announcements! On Monday, October 2 at 5:15, the City of Salem will hold its volunteer recognition event at the Main Library. Loucks Auditorium. Our neighbor Dave MacMillan will receive an award! The long-vacant home at 1545 Trade Street SE … Continue reading What happened in September?
SESNA and City of Salem are sponsoring a series of neighborhood discussions about earthquake and emergency preparedness. 👉🏽 Read More