Tucson's 31st Historic District is a neighborhood bounded on Grant Road on the north, Euclid on the West, Campbell Avenue on the East and Chauncey Lane on the South. It is a vibrant historic urban neighborhood. Located in the shadow of the U of A, 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, green infrastructure, and friendly neighbors make Jefferson Park one of Tucson's premier neighborhoods.
Jefferson Park Neighborhood Assn
Fourth Wednesdays of the Month - 6pm
1510 E Grant Road - Ward III meeting Room
6pm - Wednesdays
Friends of Jefferson Park,Inc
Meetings TBA - firstname.lastname@example.org for information
Grant Road Coalition (Central Segments)
Fourth Tuesdays of the Month
Phase 2 meetings completed
Ward III meeting Room. 1510 E Grant Road
Meetings TBA-Visit the website:
Grant Road Coalition Website - CLICK HERE
Central Segments Safety Coalition
Fourth Tuesdays of the Month
Ward III meeting Room. 1510 E Grant Road - 6:30 pm
Multi-neighborhood meeting with TPD representatives discussing the current crime and safety issues for the neighborhoods.
TOUR JEFFERSON PARK....
Donations are made to the neighborhood non-profit which is a 501c3 organization. Donors receive a receipt and businesses who contribute will be thanked in the Jefferson Park E-news and on this website.
Jefferson Park Neighborhood map
Meet the Jefferson Park Assn Board and find your Area Rep
Support your Neighborhood Organizations
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 here to print a form and mail in your dues to
PO Box 41243
Tucson, AZ 85717
or pay your dues with the donate button below:
Friends of Jefferson Park, Inc
This is your neighborhood 501c(3) non-profit. Your donation is tax-deductible. You will receive a receipt for tax purposes.
Donation Form for mailing
POLICE/FIRE - 911
NON-EMERGENCY - 791-4444
REPORT A CRIME
Anonymously report suspicious activity/persons
LINKS TO CITY SERVICES
All inclusive City Services "Cheat Sheet" that has links, emails, and phone numbers to make it easier to reach anyone in the City - including police, code violation reporting etc
CRIME STATS FOR JP
80 most recent crime reports by neighborhood
CLICK HERE to see the reporting procedure flyer. to understand the Unruly Gathering ordinance on the City website CLICK HERE.
Staying in Touch in your Neighborhood
GET THE NEIGHBORHOOD E-NEWS! Receive updates on neighborhood issues in your inbox. Sign up for Jefferson Park E-news. Click Here.
GET ON THE LIST SERVE!
To sign up for the neighborhood list serve send a blank email to send blank email to email@example.com or send a request for an invitation to firstname.lastname@example.org
Jefferson Park Neighborhood FACEBOOK
Jefferson Park Pets PET PAGE
Our Historic District
JEFFERSON PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT REGISTRATION
to see the JP homes that qualify as historic homes (scroll down to see Jefferson Park)
REGISTER YOUR HOME AS A CONTRIBUTING PROPERTY
If your property qualifies as a contributing property you may apply for the property tax break!
JEFFERSON PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN
Describes the neighborhood plan by which the city has agreed to abide.
JEFFERSON PARK NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVATION ZONE PLAN (NPZ) CLICK HERE
A special overlay describing the building changes allowed in this historic neighborhood
Consider allocating your AZ Tax Credit to our own neighborhood school, Visit the website: