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WUNA memberships: Membership is only $10 per calendar year per household. You don't need to be a property owner to join and participate. Please go to the Membership page for more information. We now accept online payments.
Find out more about Historic tax rates and making changes or renovations to historic properties.
The Historic Review process is critical in helping to preserve the historic fabric of the West University Neighborhood. Any changes to the exterior of homes within West University must follow the guidelines set forth nationally and locally. Information can be found on the following websites.
West University Historic Neighborhood -- this website in the Questions and Answers section.
Bylaws change: There is a new meeting schedule under Article III; Meetings 1. The Board of Directors shall hold meetings in February, April, June, September, November and December unless otherwise ordered by the Board of Directors or the President.
Trinity Church Development Plan and Historic Preservation Boundary Amendment Meeting
June 9, 2016 @ 6:30 pm -- Fellowship Hall - Trinity Church
The West University Neighborhood Association (WUNA) is holding an information meeting for neighbors to learn about the proposed Trinity Church (4th Ave. and University Blvd) Development plan and Historic Boundary Amendment. The development plan designed by Rob Paulus includes retail, office and market rate rentals. There will be a presentation, questions and answers and the opportunity to give feedback.
The meeting intent is to ensure information is available to neighbors before the June 21 Mayor and Council Study Session at which M&C will discuss whether to forward this project to the Zoning Examiner for a rezoning hearing. If M&C forwards this project to the Zoning Examiner there will be several opportunities for public input including a required neighborhood meeting.
The link to the plan submitted to Planning and Development Services including conceptual drawings will be attached when acquired. The design has not been finalized.
HOW TO REPORT TRANSPORTATION CONCERNS - Is there a pothole you'd like to see fixed? Is a street sign missing? Is a tree limb hanging too close over a roadway or sidewalk? You can report these issues to the Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), (520) 791-3154, or email the exact location to firstname.lastname@example.org.