Lansing-Eaton Neighborhood

About Us

The Lansing-Eaton Neighborhood is located in Lansing, Michigan, north of Jolly Road, West of Waverly Road to the Grand River. Founded in 1992, the Lansing-Eaton Neighborhood Organization (LENO) is a volunteer ran non-profit representing the neighborhood residents and businesses.


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Neighborhood meetings are held online every first Thursday, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM.

To join the video meeting, click this link:

Or to join by phone, dial +1 602-899-1931 and enter 802 882 149#


Neighborhood Features

  • Five parks, totaling over 170 acres, a mile of natural Grand River; with trails, fishing dock, two playgrounds, basketball court, softball diamond and a sledding hill.

    • Hunters Ridge

    • Theo Fulton

    • Woodcreek

    • Fine

    • Glenburne Commons

  • 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.

  • Bus 2 goes through our neighborhood and buses 9 and 11 are a short walk away.

  • Woodcreek Montesori Academy.

  • Great businesses like; Save More Grocery, Family Dollar, China Palace II, Orleans, and A Cut Above.

  • Organizations like; Mount Olive Baptist and South Lansing Ministries.

  • Clear skies, thanks to underground utilities.