Founded in 1992, the Lansing-Eaton Neighborhood Organization (LENO) is a volunteer ran non-profit that represents the neighborhood residents and businesses of the area located in Lansing, Michigan, north of Jolly Road, West of Waverly Road to the Grand River.
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Neighborhood Yard Sale
This year's neighborhood yard sale has been set for June 24th, 2023. View the addresses participating or add yours to the list here.
Free Trash Pickup Tool
A neighbor has offered to give anyone in the neighborhood willing to help keep our area clean a trash pickup tool. Fill out this form to have one dropped off.
Neighborhood meetings are always online, and occasionally in person (hybrid), every first Thursday, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM.
To join the online meeting, use this Skype link: https://join.skype.com/rWYgWgltMyKm
When hybrid, we meet in the library of Woodcreek Montessori Academy at 4000 Woodcreek Lane.
Five parks, totaling over 170 acres (237 including the school district's undeveloped property), a mile of natural Grand River; with trails, playgrounds, basketball court, softball diamond and a sledding hill.
Hunters Ridge Park
Theo Fulton Park
West Lansing Trail - 6 miles of hiking and mountain biking trail.
A bicycle path and lane along Waverly, leading toward the Rivertrail and the South Lansing Pathway.
CATA bus route 2 goes through our neighborhood and route 9 and route 11 are a short walk away.
Great businesses, churches and organizations.
Clear skies, thanks to underground utilities in much of our neighborhood.