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Announcement: Saturday Jan. 22nd 10-11am at Palo Verde Park – Neighborhood Council Elections and Pet Food Drive (see January newsletter for more details)

Palo Verde Park Post

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Upcoming Meetings & Events

January 22nd (Sat) 10-11am – Neighborhood Council Elections & Pet Food Drive @ PV PARK

February 26th (Sat) 9-11am – Pollinator Garden Planting @ LABYRINTH

March 19th (Sat) 9-10am – Annual Park Cleanup @ PV PARK

About Palo Verde Park Neighborhood

The Palo Verde Park Neighborhood Association was founded in 2018 by midtown neighbors seeking to build a stronger community through civic engagement, collaboration and connection. Our neighborhood, which spans an area from Broadway Blvd. to 22nd St., and from Kolb Road to Wilmot Road, is comprised of six subdivisions: Riviera Estates, Old Pueblo Estates, Manana Vista, Yale Estates, Miramonte Terrace, and Glen Heather Estates.

Our neighborhood draws its name from Palo Verde Park, which is the central core and heartbeat of the neighborhood. It reflects the importance we place on qualify of life, from our ability to interact with nature to our ability to interact with one another in a shared space.

Pollinator Garden “Plant-a-Palooza” Fundraiser & Planting Event


Pollinators such as bees and butterflies are not just important to the ecosystem and critical in supporting the food we eat, but their populations are at risk of continued decline. We have two ways to help!

Sponsor a plant. Our neighborhood got approval to start work on a pollinator garden by the labyrinth on the east side of the park. The plan, created by the Tucson Audubon Society, will help provide habitat and food sources for pollinators. Our convenient online platform lets you sponsor a plant (or a few!) Click here to sponsor a plant or donate

Come to the planting party! We’ll gather from 9-11 a.m. on Feb. 26 to plant the first four berms.We’ll bring the plants we’ve collected. You bring a green thumb!

Looking to Get Involved?
We Need Your Help!

Every time you pick up litter at the park, pick up after your pup, build a connection with a neighbor or drive safely through neighborhood streets, you’re supporting the neighborhood. But if you want to get involved more formally, here are a few opportunities to get involved:

1. Goat head patrol: These weeds hurt paws and little feet, ruin yoga mats and even puncture bicycle tires. Ridding of the park of them keeps our park welcoming.
2. Watering the labyrinth plants: We’re watering twice a week through the summer to nurture these native trees.
3. Be on the lookout for a neighbor in need: If you know a neighbor who could use help with tidying up their yard, let us know. We might be able to help!
4. Join our volunteer corps:
At some point, we’ll have events again or may need help with future service projects! know a neighbor who could use help with tidying up their yard, let us know. We might be able to help!

Interested? Drop us a line at paloverdepark@gmail.com


Neighborhood Sponsors

Interested in joining the board or volunteering?

This is a huge group effort! If you’re interested in serving on the neighborhood board or just interested in volunteering during one of our events contact us today!