Located in the center of the beautiful Willamette Valley, Salem sits alongside the Willamette River, which runs north through the city. Salem is the third largest city in the state after Portland and Eugene, and uses city resources to prioritize and protect public health, water quality, and the environment.
For example, did you know certain trees are protected? Before you remove trees from your property, or make any major landscaping changes, check the city website for local rules and regulations. Salem also has programs to help you keep your property healthy and clean, like the yearly Fall Leaf Haul.
Also part of the Salem Metropolitan Statistical Area, nearby Keizer focuses on water conservation; and nestled along the banks of Mill Creek and its surrounding hills, Turner is “The Good Neighbor Town.” All three of these cities have great pride in their community and citizens.
Do you want to be a good steward of all of the natural resources in the Salem, Turner and Keizer communities? Start on your own property! We’re happy to help you with sustainable planting, fire-safe landscaping, and keeping your property looking great. Give us a call today!
Curious about other communities we serve? Check out our Service Area page.