Citizens for the future of our City

We believe direct citizen action is essential to a thriving democracy and that the burdens and benefits of community development should be shared equally among all citizens.

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Salem River Crossing

The need for a third bridge across the Willamette River in the Salem area has been discussed for many years. Learn More

Issues

Start here to find out what issues are being discussed in Salem and ongoing planning projects. Topics can span issues like transportation, neighborhoods, bridges, new businesses, new buildings, public works,... Learn More

Resources

Here, you will find a list of local, national, and international resources that might be of interest to civic-minded groups and individuals and those frequenting Salem CityWatch pages. A goal of Salem CityWatch is to provide factually correct information of importance to our community. Learn more...

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    Salem CityWatch wishes to thank Kasia Quillinan, current President, and past president for 7 years! Thank you, Kasia, for your tireless efforts to keep this organization going!

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    KMUZ Community Radio June Pledge Drive Real Radio for Real People Saturday, June 8th through Friday, June 14th our program hosts will bring you the best of their music, entertainment and public affairs programs to make our June Pledge Drive rock! If you appreciate local independent media and support KMUZ’s weekly City Council Report, sponsored […]

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