Monday, November 6, 2017

Peter Howell Neighborhood Halloween Trick Or Treat parade

Our neighborhood Halloween Trick Or Treat Parade was a wonderful event! Neighbors were welcomed at Alvernon Park to take festive pictures by Dave Carter from Carter Photography at 4:30pm, and at 5:00pm, our parade began. Led by the amazing Sol Axe percussion band, we made our way around the neighborhood, trick or treating from Longfellow, down 3rd street to Irving Circle, down Roberts, and back to Longfellow. Neighbors on the path gave out candy, and those who wished to give out candy but did not live along the path were welcomed to set up on curbsides and give out candy also. Peter Howell Elementary donated bags and bags of candy, which Nancy Huff gave to those neighbors who wished to give out the candy.

All in all, it was a lovely event, and we saw many of our neighborhood children (as well as from other neighborhoods!) enjoying this event. We look forward to a successful event next year!

Please enjoy these photos from the event. Special thanks to Patty Martin and Dave Carter for taking excellent photos for each family (those will be posted as soon as possible), as well as to Peter Howell Elementary for the candy donations, and to Nancy Huff for running from street to street to make sure no one ran out of candy. We also have special thanks to Sol Axe band for volunteering their time and skill to take our festivities to the next level! And of course, thank you, neighbors, for making our neighborhood such a wonderful place to live!












































Saturday, October 14, 2017

2017 Annual Meeting

Each year, Peter Howell Neighborhood Association has an annual meeting to conduct business, elect new board of director members and provide a forum for neighbors to catch up with each other, and learn of neighborhood current events and association plans.

This year's annual meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 6:30 PM at Peter Howell Elementary School, 401 N. Irving Ave. You are invited to attend.

At the October 18 meeting, among the items we will cover are updates on the Tree Committee’s progress toward receiving a grant to plant ten new trees at Alvernon Park, and have Kate Gannon from Trees for Tucson speak on a grant for Watershed Management for our park. We will also have City Councilman Steve Kozachik speak on pertinent activities in Ward 6. John Sainz will present a proposal to rename Alvernon Park. We will also have our annual board of directors election, hopefully including some new faces - maybe you!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Repaving Alvernon Way

The City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) and its contractor, Southern Arizona Paving, is scheduled to begin the reconstruction of Alvernon Way from 22nd Street to Speedway Boulevard in about three weeks.
Photo - A.E.Ariaza AzStar

The work will begin with the lowering of manhole covers and water valve covers. This letter was mailed on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 to residents and businesses adjacent to Alvernon Way.

Please distribute this message to residents/businesses within your neighborhood association via a link to this PHNA website or by printing and handing out the letter just released. TDOT appreciates your assistance in helping notify residents in your neighborhood of this upcoming work.

Michael Graham
Public Information Officer - City of Tucson - Department of Transportation

Friday, May 26, 2017

Neighborhood Watch for Peter Howell Neighborhood

A Peter Howell Neighborhood Association board member, Mary Koopman, is spearheading the reactivation of Neighborhood Watch for our streets.

Mary, who lives near 4th St and Longfellow, is holding a meeting to organize and make a plan for how to have our blocks become part of the program.

Date: Wed June 14, 2017
Time: 6:30 PM
Location:  Eckstrom-Columbus Library - 22nd and Columbus

"Neighborhood Watch is simply a program of neighbors watching out for each other during the workday, evenings, vacations or any other absence. The purpose of the Neighborhood Watch program is to create an alert neighborhood by using simple crime prevention methods. The program works through the mutual aid of neighbors watching the property of other neighbors."

Please join us.

Learn more here.

If you are unable to attend the meeting but are interested in this program, please let Mary know.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Spring 2017 Neighborhood Events

Please save these dates and join your neighbors:

Sat March 25, 2017
Community Yard Sale
Donations may be dropped off at 4213 East Hawthorne Street
Hot dogs will be sold for $1.00 the day of the event, all proceeds to benefit the publication of the PHNA Newsletter - Map of Yard Sales

Sat April 22, 2017
Curb Appeal Finale – 11am – Alvernon Park

Sun April 30, 2017
Annual Spring Potluck Picnic - Alvernon Park – 11am-3pm
Hot dogs will be sold for $1.00 the day of the event, all proceeds to benefit the publication of the PHNA Newsletter

Mon May 15, 2017
PHNA Spring General Meeting – 6:30pm - La Quinta Inn at Reid Park – 102 North Alvernon
Guest Speakers and Program TBA

Hope you can join us.

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