Thursday, September 22, 2016

For The Birds

Tohono Chul Park presents
For the Birds
Wednesday October 12, 2016  6-7PM
Woods Memorial Library
3455 N 1st Avenue

For the backyard birder or the novice who wants to take to the fields, learn to identify many of the most common bird species in the Southwest and polish up your birder’s etiquette. Flyer 

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Brush & Bulky Pickup Date Changed for N. of 5th

The Brush & Bulky pickup scheduled for August 15, 2016, for the north half of Peter Howell neighborhood, has been rescheduled to the week of October 3, 2016.

The streets of PHN that are north of fifth are being resurfaced, which brought about the change in date. The pickup for south of 5th will happen as scheduled, beginning August 15, 2016.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Beautiful Curb Appeal Contest - Winning Entries

The Spring 2016 edition of Peter Howell's Beautiful Curb Appeal Contest ended in April with an awards ceremony and the posting of photographs of winning properties in an exhibit at Tucson Botanical Gardens. Eight homes in Peter Howell neighborhood were declared winners.

PHNA Vice President Dave Carter, a professional photographer, volunteered to photograph the winners when they were looking their best. Here are small versions of his copyrighted photographs:


Grand Prize - 306 N. Longfellow

1st Place - 4234 E. Kilmer

2nd Place - 4061 E. 4th St

3rd Place - 4231 E. Holmes

Other Winners - 4210 E. 2nd St

Other Winners - 4227 E. Hawthorne

Other Winners - 4205 E. Hawthorne

Other Winners - 4043 E. Alhambra

Awards Event in Alvernon Park

Grand Prize Award

Congratulations to all - you make us proud to live here.

(Peter Howell neighborhood is sharing a description of the contest with other neighborhoods.)

Monday, May 9, 2016

Noche en Azul - May 14, 2016

Noche en Azul is Peter Howell neighborhood's Pop-up Neighborhood Dinner Party. This is the second year for the event, to be held on Hawthorne St near Bryant starting at 5:30 PM this Saturday.

Coordinate a table with your neighbors, wear blue and bring a dish and/or drink to share.

You are invited to join in the fun and meet with your neighbors. Facebook


Friday, May 6, 2016

Illegal Dumping

Illegal dumping is the disposal of junk, litter, debris or refuse in any unauthorized place such as public or private property, streets, alleys, easements or washes.

The City of Tucson Environmental Services Department (ES) will take illegal dumping complaint calls and will assess the issue. ES Customer Service can be reached by calling 520-791-3171.

If ES can identify the owner of the property on which the illegal dumping is located and can obtain contact information,  ES will notify the owner and offer to arrange for ES Brush and Bulky to remove the debris for a cost of $55.

If ES is unable to determine the property owner, the complaint will be sent to Code Enforcement for further research and an inspection visit. If the illegal dumping is on City property, including medians, ES will contact the appropriate department to have it removed.

Planning and Development Services Department
Neighborhood Services
201 N Stone, 3rd Fl - 85701
PO BOX 27210, 85726
520-837-5013
neighborhood@tucsonaz.gov

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Short Survey Request - Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety

Hello,

I am a graduate student in the College of Public Health at the University of Arizona. I am collecting data for my masters research project with the City of Tucson Bicycle and Pedestrian Program through a short online survey. The findings will be used to inform the City of Tucson about opinions on bicycle and pedestrian safety and motor vehicle speed limit. This anonymous survey takes only 5 minutes to complete, and it will be available online through March 18, 2016.

I am reaching out to see if you would please help me with this project.

English version: https://uarizona.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3yDkJ8g1u1tROrb
Spanish version: https://uarizona.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_blbgvtAwinHhstD

Your participation is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

Krista Hansen
MPH Candidate - Public Health Policy and Management
University of Arizona College of Public Health
Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Intern | City of Tucson DOT
520-429-3141

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