Under the Transportation Services section is an entire page filled with documents related to the Salem River Crossing Project (Note: the Salem River Crossing Project has a separate website with additional information at www.salemrivercrossing.org/).
This resource will guide people to resources dealing with economic, social, and environmental sustainability within Oregon.
Although this is based off of the University of Oregon's library guide for the 2010-11 Sustainable Cities Initiative for Salem, the content is also geared towards the Pacific Northwest & sustainability in general.
You can find things through the tabs above by material type (e.g. articles, books, & statistics) or by topic (e.g. business, ecology, & transportation).
The Urban Development Department manages Airport, Housing & Social Service, Urban Renewal, Parking Services and Real Property projects for the City of Salem. This link is the City of Salem's Sustainability page which includes a bunch of useful resources.
Use these resources to find coverage of the City of Salem by news media and policy groups.
In addition to the catalogs, article databases, and newspapers described above, the following sources can be useful for researching the history of Salem. For further assistance, contact the History Librarian, John Russell, at firstname.lastname@example.org.