Welcome to the North Salmon Creek Neighborhood Association
We envision ourselves as a family-oriented community that strives to preserve, protect and enhance the quality of life in our neighborhood. As residents, we’re committed to maintaining the safety of the streets and sidewalks, as well as preserving existing trees and open spaces. Attention to these issues will increase the quality of life for all who live here. Through our efforts, North Salmon Creek Neighborhood Association aims to increase community awareness and be proactive on those issues that affect residential property values and that quality of life. Our community intends to be an active partner with neighboring communities, Neighborhood Associations, and Clark County. Our participation in planning for traffic control, construction of and maintenance of a park, growth management and attracting business partners to help secure economic diversity will improve livability for not only our current residents, but for future neighbors. A sense of community arises from a clear sense of collective purpose that values diversity and uniqueness. Open communication and networking are key ingredients in fostering a sense of community. It also takes involved citizens. Therefore, we encourage your participation, as it is your neighborhood and can only be as good as the collective aspirations of its people.
Please note: Neither the North Salmon Creek Neighborhood Association, nor this website, SalmonCreekLive.com, are agent(s) of the official offices of Clark County government. For more information, email any of the Executive Board, below.
Your Neighborhood Association Executive Board
- President – Ed Conzatti (360) 524-2624 email President
- Vice President – Dale Gaskill email Vice President
- Secretary – Fiona Humphrey email Secretary
- Treasurer – Jim Selby
Your Neighborhood District Directors
- District 1 – Jennifer Konopasek
- District 2 – Dale Gaskill
- District 3 – Fiona Humphrey
- District 4 – Matt Hinshaw
- District 5 – Ed Conzatti
- District 6 – Mitch Canton
- District 7 – Ann Foster
- NACCC Representative – Ann Foster
- Newsletter/Website – Mitch Canton
See the neighborhood District Map for specific District boundaries. Then come to an Association meeting and say ‘Hi’.