Located at the north end of downtown Salem, Grant Neighborhood borders the  Capitol Mall and encompasses a beautiful, historic part of Salem. Nearly  all of our homes and buildings date to between about 1900 and 1940. Grant  was the first to be designated a Heritage Neighborhood by the Salem Historic  Landmarks Commission. We have one neighborhood park, Grant Park, which is  adjacent to Grant Community School. Grant Community School is a dual  language immersion school for pre-K through 5th grade.  The Grant Neighborhood Association was founded  February 2, 1976 and encompasses the smallest area of any of the nineteen Salem Neighborhoods. 

There are 5 sections of Grant neighborhood as shown on the map at left. It is the goal of GNA to have board representation from all of the sections. We're almost there!

Learn more about our historic neighborhood.

2023 BOARD

Executive Board Officers

Sam Skillern, Co-Chair — Cottage Street

Marissa Theve, Co-Chair—  Gaines Street
Susan Napack, Vice Chair
  Communications/Outreach —  Summer Street

Jeanne Boatwright, Secretary — D Street

Sub Committee Chairs
Lola Hackett, CERT Chair— Summer Street 

Board

Elisa Anguiano - Norway Street

Mark DeCoursey - Shipping Street
Tim France — Gaines Street

Christopher Hackett — Summer Street 

Tina Hansen — Broadway Street
Laura HerrmannBelmont Street

Teresa JoslinCapitol Street

Cynthia Kavanagh — D Street

Nick Maselli Gaines Street
Aaron Terpening , Co-Chair — Church Street

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION GOALS

2022 Civic Involvement Goals:
Spend down our Association’s Communications Fund Account for such things as: pop-ups; informational handouts; social media and real space involvement; and, historic sign toppers.