The SCNA sponsors events throughout the year including summer concerts, a huge yard sale on the Common, a new members party, family-friendly Halloween events, a pot luck supper, an annual Kentucky Derby party, a post-holiday brunch and more.
In 1805, the City of Salem decided construct a tribute to President and Commander-in-Chief George Washington. Salem’s genius woodcarver and self-taught architect, was commissioned to design and construct four gateways for the sides of the common.
The Salem Common Neighborhood Association (SCNA), Salem’s oldest neighborhood association, is dedicated to the improvement, preservation, and protection of the Salem Common Neighborhood and the Historic Salem Common. A non-profit, SCNA is devoted to the principle of fostering goodwill and camaraderie among neighbors.
The Salem Common Neighborhood Association is a non-profit organization funded by our members and generous neighborhoodpartners: