Join the City of Lansing in celebrating and recognizing neighborhood leaders and watch captains for their amazing efforts in creating excellent communities across Lansing. The LOVE Lansing Celebration will be Tuesday, May 30. Register at www.lovelansingcelebration.com for this free event. Refreshments, hor d’oeuvres, and dessert will be served.
- Nominations for the LOVE Lansing awards are due on April 15th.
- Be sure to register for this FREE event
- Find all of the event information on the LOVE Lansing Facebook page HERE
- If you have any questions or need assistance with the nomination or registering for the event, please contact Clara Martinez at email@example.com
In 2016, the MPNO created a survey for residents about the neighborhood. Download the results/questions (pdf). Here’s a short summary of the results:
1. How long have you lived here?
– Most have lived here 10 years or less (46 of 79).
2. Do you own, rent or lease?
– 92% were home owners
3. Describe atmosphere of neighborhood?
– 47% (almost half – 37 of 79) said we have a “Friendly” neighborhood
4. Do you feel like you’re part of neighborhood?
– 78% said they felt like a part of the neighborhood. (17 responded ‘no’ of 79)
5. What is your favorite part of neighborhood?
Top four answers:
56% – Neighbors (39)
55% – Park (38)
47% – River Trail (33)
34% – Proximity to downtown (24)
6. Rate Concerns in the Neighborhood:
Most were very concerned about:
Crime – 65% (45),
Unkept Rentals 50% (31),
Speeding 36% (24),
Road/Sidewalk Repairs 35% (23),
Unkept Yards 35% (23),
Vandalism 33% (21),
Park Trash 27% (17)
Most were somewhat concerned over:
Road/sidewalk repairs 51% (33),
Alleys 50% (31),
Snow removal 48% (29),
Park trash 40% (25)
Most were not concerned about:
Basketball hoops 70% (41) ,
Traffic 61% (36),
Street lighting 59% (35),
Street parking 50% (31)
7. How are the public services in our neighborhood?
Recreation 54% (36)
There were 24 responses for identifying a needed service, if yes.
The repeated responses were:
Repair for potholes/roads (4 responses)
More activities for young people/kids (4 responses)
Working park restroom (3 responses)
Tree maintenance (2 responses)
12. What type of neighborhood communication would be most helpful?
Most would like to hear by email 56% (26) and Facebook 54% (25). Least by website 10% (5) and phone 6% (3).
PorchFest is an all ages music festival featuring free shows on neighbors porches in the Moores Park Neighborhood. We are planning this event for Saturday, September 17 from Noon to 4 p.m. If you are an interested musician or neighbor for hosting please find out more here.
RESCHEDULED! This evening’s Moores Park Pool Midsummer’s Eve Pool Party has been rescheduled for Friday, August 19th 7:30- 9:30pm. The pool will be lit up for this special evening swim! http://digital.zoompubs.com/publication/…