Lansing-Eaton Neighborhood

About Us

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.


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 two entry form to have one dropped of.

Annual Neighborhood Yard Sale

The weekend of the second Friday in June has been designated as our neighborhood's annual yard/garage sale weekend. Lansing-Eaton Neighborhood Organization will provide advertising and list participating addresses on our website. The Neighborhood Sale page lists registered addresses and has a form to register your own sale.


Neighborhood meetings are held online and in person every first Thursday, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Note: November's meeting had to be moved to the 11th.

To join in person, in the library of Woodcreek Montessori Academy at 4000 Woodcreek Lane.

To join the online video meeting, use this Google Meet link (fee-alvz-vfo):

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

Neighborhood Features

  • 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

    • 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, churches and organizations.

  • Clear skies, thanks to underground utilities.

A printable Neighborhood Information Flyer