One of Tucson's Historic neighborhoods bounded on Grant Road on the north, Euclid on the West, Campbell Avenue on the East and Chauncey Lane on the South.
Jefferson Park is a vibrant historic urban neighborhood. In the shadow of the University of Arizona, its residents are a mix of owner-occupants and renters. The neighborhood includes three churches and the International School of Tucson serving students from pre-school to eighth grade. Walkable and bike friendly streets and friendly neighbors make Jefferson Park one of Tucson's premier inner city neighborhoods.
Jefferson Park Neighborhood map
CALENDAR - UPCOMING MEETINGS
JPNA - monthly meetings of the neighborhood association to share information on issues which effect the neighborhood. All neighbors encouraged to attend. Many opportunities to volunteer to help!
All meetings are scheduled on the
4th Wednesday of the month at Ward III, 6:00 pm, 1510 E Grant.
July 22 QUARTERLY MEETING - Ice Cream and presentation from Project manager on the Park Avenue Project
August 26 , September 23, October 28
FRIENDS OF JEFFERSON PARK, INC - monthly meetings centered on projects which benefit the neighborhood and interface with the JPNA. This group has spear headed the Historic Nomination and the new street signs.
All meeting are scheduled on the
4th Monday of the month at Ward III, 7:00 pm, 1510 E Grant
August 24, September 21, October 26, etc.
Grant Road Citizen's Task Force - a city sponsored group that reports to the Mayor and Council. It meets every six months. Next meeting July 16, 2015, 5:30 pm, Tucson Realtors Building, Country Club,
Grant Road Neighborhoods Coalition Meetings - neighbors talking about input to the changes proposed for Grant Road and the impact on the neighborhoods. All invited to attend.
with OIP (Office of Integrated Planning)
Banner Health to Meet with Neighbors
Monday, July 20, 2015
6:15pm - 7:45 pm
Our Savior's Lutheran Church - Koch Chapel
1200 N. Campbell Ave
(one block north of Speedway Blvd)
CURRENT HOT TOPICS
A coalition of neighborhoods is forming to address the proposed changes along Grant Road. This coalition will be addressing quality of life issues for neighbors. See their mission. Click here to learn more.
This information will be used in discussions with the city as to how many folks support "open, honest and continual" stakeholder input into the Grant Road vision and implementation. This is now Phase 2, the process needs to extend to all future phases. To see updated information on the Coalition and City plans. click here.
Jefferson Park Neighborhood Assn. Make a donation to the neighborhood!
(Your donations is not tax-deductible)
Neighborhood Assn Annual dues are $15. Paid membership is not necessary for participation. However your support helps pay for e-news subscription, web site costs, etc. Click below to print a form and mail in your dues.
Friends of Jefferson Park, Inc. See the non-profit projects here.
(Your donation is tax deductible and you will receive a receipt for your donation. )