UPCOMING EVENTS & INFO
Need Home Repairs? Don't have the $$?
The Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program (OOHRP) provides financial assistance to eligible low and moderate income homeowners citywide for emergency home repairs and/or to address health and/or safety hazards. The program may also address non-emergency home repairs to stabilize critical home systems such as electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and roof systems. The assistance is the form of a zero percent (0%) interest, forgivable loan and is secured by a lien on the primary residential property.
Weatherization Assistance Program
The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) provides financial assistance to eligible low and moderate income residents for improving a home's energy efficiency. This program provides for repair or replacement of existing building components and improvements to reduce energy consumption. After an application is received and eligibility is established, a third party vendor will conduct an energy assessment of the home or rental unit. The auditor will determine the improvements that will be covered by the program.
Small Business HELP Available too!
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Great weather =
Great time to clean up!
Each homeowner is responsible for the
area in front of and behind their homes. (Street & Alley)
Now that things have cooled off....
let's get out there and clean up!
Wondering what and how to RECYCLE?
Click HERE to City of Phoenix Recycling information and webinars.
Click logo below to go to RECYCLE + website.
VIRTUAL BLOCK WATCH INFO
HELP CATCH THOSE PORCH PIRATES!
Is a voluntary program in which stored video from your security cameras is accessed, with your permission, by the Phoenix Police to investigate crimes. There is no live feed access.
Once registered, the Police will contact you to request footage for any ongoing investigations in your area.
MILKWEED PROJECT PLANT LIST
Click on the Monarch Butterfly to get a full list of plants that
support butterflies, especially the Monarchs.
Listed are photos and names of the types of feeder / pollinator plants
along the 10th Street Path.
Note on Page 2, the names with numbers next to them are the types
we actually planted.
The 10th Street Walkway is now a recognized Monarch Butterfly Waystation.