When: 6:30 PM, January 28th, 2014
Where: Ward 6 Office, 3202 East 1st Street
Why: Regular meeting + Election of Officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.
Who: Residents living in El Montevideo and special guests
What: This is your opportunity to get involved in the El Montevideo neighborhood. See what is going on from other neighbors, learn about upcoming activities and hear what the public servants are doing in government that might affect our area.
The annual election of officers is important because these individuals will have the responsibility of steering the association and conducting the quarterly meetings for the next year.
The President leads the meetings and acts as the official spokesperson for the neighborhood. Other duties can include any of the tasks of the board if needed.
The Vice-President stands in for the President when needed.
The Secretary is responsible for the website, mailings and the minutes of the meetings.
The Treasurer pays bills approved by the board, deposits dues, provides a quarterly financial statement, files taxes and submits corporation documents. (This may sound complicated but there are few bills and the taxes/corporate documents are virtually the same from year to year, one page each)
The regular meeting will consist of reviewing and approving minutes for last meeting and discussing any issues facing the neighborhood. Information on the new Cheddars Casual Café that is coming to the mall will be discussed. The Chipotle Mexican Grill preliminary plans for the 3819 East Broadway building will also be discussed.
Ward 6 Conference Room ♦ 3202 E 1st St ♦ 6:30 PM
Former, existing an future block captains. Given the increase of crime in our neighborhood, and some impending developments in the El Conquistador Mall, as well as a desire to ramp up neighbor involvement, we will be looking for new ways to engage the Block Captains group. For more details on what a block captain does, please visit this link. Please Call 520-344-3393 and leave a message if you are interested in knowing more about this crucial part of our Neighborhood Association.
Click on the link to view reported criminal activity in our area.
Report Bees at the following Sites
- Parks and Recreation: 791-4144
- Rights-of-Ways: 791-4728 (after hours 791-4144)
- Water meters: 791-4133
- Bees on private property: 792-2489
Please do not call the Fire Department unless the bees threaten public safety
West Nile Virus Hot Line - 243-7999
Offers mosquito control tips, mosquito complaints or to report standing water.
Foreclosure Counseling, Homebuyer Counseling, Credit Counseling, Financial Education, Senior Issues, Financial Assistance, Legal Assistance, Identity Theft,
88-Crime - 882-7463
A special program for people who wish to report information about a crime to authorities but do not want to leave their name.
Barking Dogs/Dogs off leash - 743-7550
It is unlawful to permit dogs to bark in such a manner as to disturb a person or neighborhood. It is unlawful to permit dogs to be off-leash outside of their enclosed property. For information or enforcement, call Pima County Animal Control
Graffiti Removal Hotline - 792-2487 (CITY)
Illegal Dumping - 791-3171
Unkempt Properties, Weeds - 791-5843
Junk Cars - 791-4550
It is against Tucson City Code to park an inoperable vehicle without a current registration on private property unless it is completely enclosed in a garage or covered with a car cover or tarp. For enforcement on this code, call Tucson Police Department.