Join us at the intersection of 6th Ave and University Blvd in Tucson this Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 10am for a painting extravaganza!
We will transform this into a safer and more inviting intersection for our neighbors and everyone else who walks, rolls, or drives by that area. The crosswalks will have been refreshed by Saturday and we will be putting color on all 4 corners where bollards will be installed.
Above photo shows a painted intersection in St. Petersburg, Florida.
WUNA will have paint, brushes and rollers.
Come out to enjoy the spring weather, mingle with your neighbors, and have fun painting the street!
The public is invited to participate in the future vision of Anza Park (located at 1000 N Stone Ave). City staff will update interested neighbors and stakeholders on the feedback from the public survey and previous community meeting held August 29, 2019. A draft concept will be presented reflecting the communities highest priorities for park development.
The mission of the Made in Tucson Market is to support the Tucson artist community by creating a space for folks to meet local artists, learn about their processes, and have an opportunity to purchase their work. All artists included in the Market must be Tucson residents and make their goods locally. The Market will be inclusive, showcasing a variety of people who make their goods here in the Old Pueblo.
The public is invited to a community conversation as we envision the future of Anza Park located at Stone and Speedway. Anza is a historic park that sits at the corner of Wards 1, 3, 6 and offers an eastbound gateway into our downtown.
THU, AUG 29 from 6-7:30pm
Pima Community College
1255 North Stone
Amethyst Room / CC Building
Contact your Ward office for more information.
For those who cannot make it to the meeting, please take this online survey between AUG 21 and SEP 21.
Hosted by Wards 1, 3 and 6, Tucson Parks and Recreation, Tucson Police Department, Housing & Community Development, and Tucson Department of Transportation
This is a great opportunity to share cuttings of your favorite plants, indoor and out, including succulents, cacti or anything else you’re tired of looking at. If plants aren’t your thing, bring a sweet to share. There is no limit or minimum amount of plants or sweets to participate. Come enjoy some lovely Tucson spring weather and meet some new neighbors all while beautifying your surroundings!
On Saturday, February 16, 2019 we exceeded our goal of 80 trees and planted 101 new trees with the help of Trees for Tucson. Most of the trees went in the right-of-way in front of our homes, but many neighbors also chose to buy trees for their yards. We started the morning by planting five new Pistache trees along the western edge of Catalina Park, pictured above. Neighbors gather to help plant new trees