Announcement: PARK CLEAN UP CANCELED ON ACCOUNT OF RAIN! We had the will, we had the tools and we had hope that an hour of collective work would help us spruce up the park, but the weather isn’t cooperating. So we’ll miss you all and be secure in the knowledge that the rain is doing more for the park than we could anyway. Be safe out there everyone!
Upcoming Meetings & Events
Sat, Feb 10 – 9-10 a.m. Annual park cleanup CANCELED
Sunday, March 24, 2-6 p.m. 2024 ParkFest!
Park improvements to commence soon. The City of Tucson Parks and Recreation is in the process of entering the procurement phase for a number of improvements, including new pickleball and basketball courts, irrigation/turf reduction and lighting as part of the Prop. 407 bond package . We are anticipating a turf reduction concept that would reduce turf by 25 percent, leaving about 14 acres intact. Stay posted for details.
About the Palo Verde Park
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.
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!