ARMORY PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT TOUR 2015!

When: Noon-5 p.m., Saturday, November 14, 2015

Starts At: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 545 S 5th Ave.

Benefits: Armory Park’s own Neighbors Feeding Neighbors Program
Cost: $20.

You can buy tickets at St. Andrew’s on tour day.  Or to pay in advance, click on the following link and designate “Home Tour” for your donation. Print your receipt and bring it to the home tour. That will serve as your ticket: https://www.networkforgood.org/donation/ExpressDonation.aspx?ORGID2=237455932

For information call 520/730-7919, or email armoryparkstudio@cox.net

 

Now that we have that out of the way, a bit about our neighborhood…

Journey through Tucson’s architectural evolution on Saturday, November 14, when downtown denizens open their doors for the Armory Park Historic District Tour. This self-guided stroll offers a glimpse at styles ranging from California bungalow and dainty Victorian to clever, contemporary, adaptations of vintage commercial buildings. Continue reading “ARMORY PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT TOUR 2015!”

Flooding Info – Wednesday, Sept. 16

We received a letter from the city per the huracán rolling through:

Neighborhood Leaders,
With heavy rain and potential flooding projected over the next few days, the City has established a Web Alert Page where  you can find the latest roadway, flooding, and safety information.  We appreciate your assistance in getting the word out to your neighbors.
Becky Flores
Neighborhood Resources Coordinator
Office of Integrated Planning

Tucson Water Zanjero Program

Evening Armory Parkers!

We had a great meeting tonight, and I for one learned a lot about water, or rather, why using water costs money.  Our presenter, Fernando Molina of Tucson Water, mentioned the Zanjero Program, which can provide you with a free audit at your home (i.e. find leaks, etc).  If you’re interested, please see the info plagiarized from their website below: Continue reading “Tucson Water Zanjero Program”

The Next Nine Months

Evening Armory Park residents,

At the most recent Downtown Neighborhoods and Residents Council, I learned that there are a great number of projects, of all shapes and sizes, that will either hit significant mile posts, break ground, or be completed within the next nine months. I’ve included a list here to give you a taste of what’s to come, for better or worse: Continue reading “The Next Nine Months”