Meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 6 pm. See the calendar for specific dates and meeting locations.
If you want to speak at a neighborhood association meeting, contact the Chair.
Northgate Neighborhood Association is Salem's and Oregon's first associations. Northgate’s rich history boasts being a part of the original neighborhood associations pilot program in 1971 that started it all. Since then, its neighbors have worked to address issues concerning those who live in, own a businesses, or own property in the area. City staff work closely with neighbors on the North Gateway Redevelopment Advisory Board to help improve neighborhood livability. If you would like to have a voice in your community, contact Northgate's Chair to be a part of positive change. Or sign up for their neighborhood mailings and get involved.
The Northgate Neighborhood Association encompasses the northern most city limits bound by Silverton Road east to the Urban Growth Boundary; north and west along the Urban Growth Boundary to the Salem Parkway; Salem Parkway south to Cherry Avenue, south on Cherry Avenue to Johnson Street; then along the northeast boundary of Highland Neighborhood Association to Portland Road; Portland Road south to Silverton Road. See the neighborhood map for more details. The neighborhood is home to several schools, parks, and thriving businesses. Visit the neighborhood today!
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