Lansing Neighborhood Association


The Lansing Neighborhood Association works to promote community planning, civic engagement, and livability through neighborhood participation in the area nestled between I-5 and Evergreen Avenue and between Market Street and Silverton Road. Any resident, business, or property owner is a member, and it costs nothing to join. Want a voice in your community? Contact the Lansing Neighborhood Association to learn more and get involved.

Lansing park sign

About your neighborhood

Land use chair: Patty Tipton ([email protected])

Police district: 1

Parks: Eastgate Basin, Lansing, Livingston

Schools: Waldo Middle School, Washington Elementary

NESCA-Lansing Neighborhood PlanPlan1/10/201877899 KB
Lansing Neighborhood Association BylawsDocument21 KB


Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Waldo Middle School, 2805 Lansing Ave NE, Salem OR 97301. See the calendar for specific dates.

If you want to speak at a neighborhood association meeting, contact the chair.

Agendas and minutes

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Jan. 20
Martin Luther King Jr. Day

City offices, Center 50+, and the Salem Public Library will be closed for the holiday observance.

Jan. 28
Lansing Neighborhood Association Meeting 7:00 p.m.9:00 p.m.Waldo Middle School
2805 Lansing Ave NE
Salem OR 97301

Regular Meeting

Agenda: An agenda for this meeting is not yet available.

Phone: 503-540-2303

Learn more

This is an open, public meeting or public hearing at an accessible location. Special accommodations are available, upon request, for persons with disabilities. Services may be requested for sign language interpretation or languages other than English. To request accommodations or services, please call 503-540-2303 at least two business days prior to the meeting.

Feb. 03
Salem Public Library - Main Branch closed for move to temporary facilitySalem Public Library Main Branch
585 Liberty ST SE
Salem OR 97301

Salem Public Library's Main Branch will be closed from February 3-17 for a move to a temporary facility as we prepare for the upcoming seismic renovation project. Salem Public Library at Broadway will open February 18, 2020 at 1400 Broadway St. NE, to serve during construction.

Online library services—access to the library catalog and downloading of eBooks and audiobooks—will be available throughout the move and construction phases.

The West Salem Branch, 395 Glen Creek Rd. NW, will be open and maintain services throughout the move and construction phases.

Feb. 17
President's DayCivic Center
555 Liberty ST SE
Salem OR 97301

City offices and the Salem Public Library will be closed for the holiday observance.

Feb. 20
Community and Partners of East Salem (CaPES)11:00 a.m.12:30 p.m.Goodwill
3535 Lancaster DR NE
Salem OR 97301

Join neighbors and partners as they work together to make a difference in North Salem Neighborhoods. For more information, call Salem Leadership Foundation at 503-315-8924. We meet every third Thursday of each month.

Phone: 503-315-8924


Upcoming planning hearings, land use hearings, and other notices that affect this neighborhood are listed below.

Salem Demographics
Code AmendmentMulti-Family Housing Design ProjectCity Council1/27/2020Central Area; East Lancaster; Grant; Faye Wright; Highland; Lansing; Morningside; North East Salem; North Lancaster; Northeast Neighbors; Ward 1; Ward 2; Ward 3; Ward 4; Ward 5; Ward 6; Ward 7; Ward 8

Contact us

Patty Tipton, chair
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Neighborhood Services Mailings

Contact your City Councilor

Matt AusecCity Councilor for Ward 5Term expires December 31, 2020

Contact City staff

Irma DowdNeighborhood Services Coordinator