Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods

District 5 is home to 50 registered neighborhood associations and neighborhood organizations. Though many are not active year-round, the majority of neighborhood associations organize and participate in monthly activities.

Most neighborhood associations in District 5 are within City of Tucson limits. Call our office, and we will be happy to direct you to the appropriate program or department - within the jurisdiction of Pima County or the City of Tucson.

For a list of neighborhoods in District 5, click here.

Neighborhood Reinvestment

Neighborhood reinvestment projects are small-scale capital improvement projects funded by voter-approved bond dollars. The projects are selected through a comprehensive community consensus process. Projects include features such as park improvements, sidewalks, water harvesting projects and traffic mitigation.

Of District 5's 18 approved projects funded by the 2004 Neighborhood Reinvestment Bond, 12 have been completed, with the remaining six to be completed before the end of 2011. A total investment of nearly $6.2 million dollars for infrastructure improvements within District 5 will have a significant and lasting impact in the quality of life for District 5 residents.

                        • Avondale
                    • Barrio Kroeger Lane
                    • Barrio Hollywood
                    • Dunbar Springs
                    • Menlo Park
                    • Northwest
                    • West University

2004 NR Bond Projects - Completed

                        • A Mountain
                        • Barrio Anita
                        • Cardinal
                        • El Cortez
                    • Feldman's
                    • Highland Vista
                    • Jefferson Park
                    • Midtown
                    • Midvale Park
                    • Palo Verde
                    • Rincon Heights
                    • Rose

 

1997 NR Bond Projects - Completed

In 1997, the Neighrborhood Reinvestment Bond funded $2.67 million of improvements in neighborhoods in District 5. Some of the neighborhoods served are now outside of the current District 5 boundaries.

                        • Amphi
                        • Balboa Heights
                        • Barrio Blue Moon
                        • Dunbar Springs
                        • El Cortez Heights
                        • El Rio Acres
                        • Elvira
                    • Iron Horse
                    • Jefferson Park
                    • Keeling
                    • Menlo Park
                    • Miracle Manor I
                    • Miracle Manor II
                    • Old Pascua
                    • Rose
                    • Silvercroft
                    • Sunnyside
                    • Sunset Villa
                    • Wakefield
                    • Wakefield Art Project
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Supervisor Richard Elías

Pima County, Arizona
District 5

130 W. Congress St. 11th Fl.
Tucson, AZ 85701

Phone: (520) 724-8126
Fax: (520) 884-1152


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