Welcome to the City of Lansing Neighborhood Website!
The City of Lansing is excited to launch our new Neighborhoods website. Here citizens will find comprehensive information about living in Lansing. Whether you are a new resident or longtime neighbor, you’ll find lots of helpful information. Find out about civic organizations in your area or learn how to start one. Information about neighborhood activities, rental property registrations, local schools, park activities, grant opportunities, code compliance issues and so much more can all be found here.
This information in this site is built through the ongoing conversations between the Department of Neighborhoods and Citizen Engagement and Lansing citizens. If you are unable to find something you’re looking for, please contact me and we will add the information or locate the appropriate resource.
If you have a civic organization not listed, please fill out the Civic Organization Registration Form and we'll be glad to add you to our site. The City of Lansing has civic organizations across the city. Many neighborhoods are served by more than one organization. Lansing is a citizen-led, self-organizing city. Neighbors determine their boundaries, organizational structure, and goals and activities. So long as your organization is based in a City of Lansing neighborhood and adheres to all of our city non-discrimination policies, we are happy to include it on the City of Lansing neighborhood website.
The Department of Neighborhoods and Citizen Engagement is excited to work with you to make this a valuable tool. Please let us know how we can continue to improve the site.
Thank you for all you do to build strong neighborhoods in Lansing!
Andi Crawford, Director of the Department of Neighborhoods and Citizen Engagement