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Eastside Neighborhood Groups

Because the territory of the Eastside Neighborhood Organization (ENO) is so large, many smaller communities have formed their own neighborhood groups and organizations within the ENO boundaries. These groups, along with ENO, serve as an effective way to address issues of interest to residents, city officials, and our local law enforcement. It also allows people to meet with their immediate neighbors, and focus on concerns that affect their area specifically. The ENO as a whole represents the entire Eastside of Lansing on issues and concerns that influence the wider community. The ENO, with its long history of neighborhood involvement, can also give guidance and support to newly founded groups. If you and your neighbors already have a group formed and would like help or support from the ENO, please contact Nancy Mahlow at 372-3249 or come to an ENO meeting. Together, we can work to make the Eastside of Lansing a GREAT place to live, work, and play.

Armory Alliance Neighborhood Watch # 237

garden

Formed in 1987

Boundaries:

Jerome from North Clemens to Marshall/All Horton Street and Elvin Court/Michigan Ave., from eastside of Marshall to North Clemens Street

Contact: Piper Fountain

Email: 1piperpiping@gmail.com

Meet as needed

Association For The Bingham Community

pilgrim

Formed in 1993

Boundaries:

Michigan Ave on the North, Holmes Street on the East, Kalamazoo Street on the South, and Pennsylvania on the West

Contact: Denise Kelley 484-9109

Email: abcneighborhood @sbcglobal.net

Meetings are held the 1st Monday of odd months at Pilgrim UCC, 125 South Pennsylvania Ave at 5:30 p.m.

Facebook: ABC Neighborhood

Website: http://www.facebook.com/abcneighborhood

Eastern Neighbors Association

eastern

Formed in 1990

Boundaries:

Shiawassee on the North, Holmes Street on the East, Michigan Ave on the South, Larch Street on the West

Contact: Chris Silsby

Meetings: The group has a potluck beginning at 6:30 p.m. on the 2nd Tuesday each month, jointly with Oak Park Neighborhood Association

Eastfield Neighborhood Association

eastfield

Formed in 1994

Boundaries:

Catholic Central Field on the North, Marshall Street on the East, Michigan Ave on the South, and Holmes Street on the West

Contact: Jonathan Lum 798-6264

Email: Eastfield.neighbor@gmail.com

Meetings: 2nd Thursday of even-numbered months, at 7p.m.

Website: http://www.msu.edu/user/rothb/eastfield/history.htm

 

East Village Neighborhood Association

East Village

Formed in October 2008

Boundaries:

Saginaw on the North, Nantucket on the East, Wickham on the South, Worthington on the West

Contact: Jody Washington at 805-9337

Meets as needed

Fairview Area Interested Residents (F.A.I.R. Neighbors)

Foster

Formed in 1994

Boundaries:

Michigan Ave on the North (at South Magnolia, South Hayford, South Foster, South Francis/South boundary is Marcus Street), Lesile on the East, I-496 on the East, South Francis on the West

Contact: Teresa Moore 367-2059

Email: yokitty75@yahoo.com

Meetings our held the 1st Thursday of the month at 6:30 pmat Allen Neighborhood Center, 1619 East Kalamazoo Street

Foster Your Neighbors (FYN)

FYN

Formed in 2004

Boundaries:

Grand River on the North, Howard Street on the East, Michigan Ave on the South, and North Clemens on the West

Contact: Brian Baer 517-371-2857

We are currenlty not having regular meetings.

Website: https://nextdoor.com

E-mail: BDBaer@gmail.com

Green Oaks

green

Formed in 1979

Boundaries:

Michigan Ave on the North, Pennsylvaina on the East, Kalamazoo Street on the South, and Railroad Tracks on Michigan Ave

Contact: Julann Vittone at 488-4783

E-mail: webmaestro@jandyonline.com

Meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of every month (except November and December) at Christ Lutheran Church, 122 South Pennsylvania at 6 p.m.

Website: http://www.greenoaks.jandyonline.com

Grosebeck Neighborhood Association

Post Oak

Formed in 2000

Boundaries:

Lake Lansing on the North, 127 on the East, Grand River on the South, and Wood Road on the West

Contact: Bill Nelson at 371-3888

E-mail: groesbeck_assoc@yahoo.com

Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of every other month (Jan, Mar, May, Sept, and Nov) at 7 p.m. at Post Oak School

 

Holmes Street School Community

HSSC

Formed in 2006

Boundaries:

Main Street on the North, Holmes Street on the East, Potter Park on the East, and Raider Street on the West

Contact: MaryBeth Van Horn

E-mail: MaryBethVanhorn@att.net

Quarterly Meetings

Facebook Page: Holmesstreetschoolcomunity

Hosmer Neighborhood Association

Hosmer

Formed in 1996

Boundaries:

Kalamazoo Street on the North, Pennsylvaina on the East, I-496 on the South, and Hosmer on the West

Meets as needed

Hunter Park Residential Organization (H.E.R.O.)

HERO

Formed in 1998

Boundaries:

Kalamazoo on the North, Shepard on the East, I-496 on the South, and Clifford Street on the West

Website: http://www.hunterparkeast.tumblr.com

Hunter Park Neighbors

Hunter

Formed in 2004

Boundaries:

Kalamazoo Street on the North, Lathrop on the East, I-496 on the South and Holmes on the West

Kalamazoo on the North, Lathrop Street on the East, I-496 on the South, and Clifford Street on the West

Meet as needed

Marshall Park Neighborhood Watch # 221

MP

Boundaries: Oakland (southside only) on the North, Saginaw (northside only) on the South, Marshall on the East/West Clark Street includes Mahlon, Maryland, June, and May Streets within these boundaries

Contact: Michael Wetzel at 485-6282

Northtown Neighborhood Association

Northtown

Formed in August 1994

Boundaries: Lake Lansing Road on the North, Eastern most border of Bancroft Park, Saginaw on the South, and CXO Rail Line East of Larch Street on the West

Contact: Rock Hudson 702-1703

E-mail:NNANorthTown@aol.com.com

Meetings are held the last Tuesday of each month at Cristo Rey Community Center, 1717 North High Street at 6:30 pm

 

Oak Park Neighborhood Association

Oak Park

Formed in 1994

Boundaries: Saginaw on the North, North Pennsylvaina Ave on the East, Shiawassee on the South, and Larch Street on the West.

Contact: Judy Hackett at 371-4214

E-mail: oakparkneighborhoodasso@gmail.com

Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday each month at 6:30 pm meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.

P.L.A.C.E.

PLACE

Formed in 1993

Boundaries: Prospect, Lathrop, Allen, Clifford, and Eureka Street

Contact: Jennie Grau at 484-5756

Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at Allen Neighborhood Center

Potter Walsh Neighborhood Organization

Potter Walsh

Formed in 1993

Boundaries: Main Street on the North, Railroad Tracks on the East, Woodman/E. Aurelius on the South, and Holmes Street on the West

Contact: Deb Biehler 485-9692

Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of every month at 6:20 p.m. at the Faith Fellowship Baptist Church, 1001 Dakin Street

Prospect Protectors Neighborhood Watch # 231

Prospect

Formed in 1983

Boundaries: Eureka Street on the North, Allen Street on the East, Prospect on the South, and 200 Block of Holmes on the East

Contact: Corie Jason at 482-8756

Meets as needed

Regent Oaks

Regent

Formed in 2007

Boundaries: Kalamazoo on the North, Leslie on the East, I-496 on the South, and Shepard on the West

Contact: Jackie Dillinger at 402-2964

E-mail: jackiedillinger@sbcglobal.net

Meetings are held every 3rd Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Allen Neighborhood Center

Shepard Street United Neighbors

Shepard

Formed in 1990

Boundaries:

Shepard Street between Michigan Ave and Kalamazoo Street including Stanley Court

Meets as needed

We Care Neighborhood Watch Association

We Care

Formed in 2000

Boundaries:

Kalamazoo Street on the North, Railroad Tracks on the East, I-496 on the South, and North Larch Street on the West

Contact: Grace Middaugh

Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday each month at 6 p.m.

Your Neighbors

Leslie

Formed in 2006

Boundaries:

Michigan Ave on the North, Regent Street on the East, Kalamazoo Street on the South, Leslie Street on the West

Contact: Dave Muylle at 484-3341

Meetings are held 4-6 times per year including at least one neighborhood work day and block party at 124 Regent Street