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Flowing Wells Revitalization Strategy Area Plan



In the past Flowing Wells has partnered with Pima County in the preparation of two HUD-sponsored Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) Plans. NRSA helps Pima County and other government agencies, as well as non-profits, understand how to serve the needs of the Flowing Wells community with services and improvements.  The original Plan was completed in 2001, followed by an update in 2007. Those two plans have guided our Neighborhood Association and Community Coalition in developing numerous projects. 

The 2020 Plan, developed by Poster Mirto McDonald (project planner, Corky Poster), builds on the successes of the previous two plans and lays out a set of Goals and Strategies/Projects to carry Flowing Wells forward into the future. Attached is the Flowing Wells NRSA Update 2020.

To see the complete report by Corky, which is impressive and well worth a careful reading--or even a casual reading if you are pressed for time--go to the Pages & Links page under Documents.  Comments can be sent to Corky Poster at cposter@pmm.design 


Amistades, Inc. needs your help! Amistades, Inc. is a social action agency committed to leading culturally responsive Latino initiatives, advocacy for social justice, and community empowerment. Amistades has served the Flowing Wells community since 2006 and is looking to improve its substance misuse prevention programs in the area. Below, you will find a survey link for the Substance Misuse – Community Survey 2020. The purpose of this survey is to help the agency identify the substance misuse related problems that your community wants to address. This information will assist the agency to adapt its prevention programs and create resources for the Flowing Wells community. Once you complete the survey, you will be entered into a raffle for one of fifty gift cards. Please take 5 minutes to complete the survey. Your input is very important to us!

Below you will the survey links (Eng & Span) and the survey introduction paragraph. Attached is the flyer that has the QR codes for the survey. Please let me know if you have any questions.


English: https://forms.gle/FPGkjdaS5pkMoAR7A  


Spanish: https://forms.gle/cWiVZZFrQTuv7RHFA                                                                                 



Pima County has shared this helpful information for tenants in need of help with their rent during these challenging times. Your help in getting this information distributed to residents in your neighborhood would be greatly appreciated.

Click here for an English/Spanish flyer on rent help, which includes a link to Pima County's Eviction Prevention Program. The website includes information on:

  • The CDC moratorium, which ends on December 31, 2020. To be protected, tenants must submit a declaration form, available on the website. Note that the most recent interpretation of the moratorium allows landlords to take tenants through the eviction hearing process to get a judgment. However, they should not be evicted until the moratorium lifts.

  • Sources for rent assistance. While the County does not know how much rent assistance will be available going forward, the County is working to determine the level of need, which appears to be one of the factors that some judges are considering as to whether the moratorium will be enforced. 

  • Additional resources for tenants and landlords. 


Due to the ongoing need to maintain distance during the pandemic, we have canceled the General Meeting of the Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association and Community Coalition, but we are scheduling online meetings now.  

We will be continuing to send out and posting on our web page our newsletter and some helpful information for residents from time to time. Please stay healthy and please visit our webpage for any new updates! .

Stay healthy and happy!  (see attachment on our pages & links page from CDC for the cornoavirus called "Stop the Spread of Germs")  Kevin Daily FWNACC President 

For  information on COVID-19, please visit  https://www.tucsonaz.gov/manager/covid-19-updates or call the City Services Impact Hotline at (520) 791-2540.  Also visit Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - Pima County

Below please find a resource list put together by a new grassroots group on Facebook, Tucson Mutual Aid.

Listed is anything from rent assistance to free food to child care. Please share with your agencies, clients, students, families, etc. 

Practicing Future,  Practicing Justice Resource Guide

Practicing Future, Practicing Justice Resource Guide_SPANISH

City of Tucson to offer mortgage assistance with new grant

TUCSON (KVOA) - City officials are helping out homeowners who are behind on their mortgage.

The new mortgage assistance grant is for homeowners who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and need assistance with their mortgage.

The program provides up to $5,000 to eligible homeowners.

The money will be directly given to the mortgage loan provider and will include payment for late fees.

The fund will only be available until the end of the year.

For more information and how to apply, click here.


Roll-Offs Available in November 2020:  As you may know, with the onset of the pandemic the City Environmental and General Services Department (EGSD) suspended the provision of roll-offs for neighborhood cleanups.  So, we are excited to announce that starting in November EGSD once again will be offering roll-offs. 

Requesting Roll-Offs:  To request roll-offs for a cleanup, click here to see service details and to access the fillable application. 

Make It a Fun, Productive, and SAFE Event:  A cleanup is one way for neighbors to reconnect and get some fresh air while tidying up their neighborhood.  However, please note that if your neighborhood should decide to undertake a cleanup, we strongly encourage you to include in your event planning measures for social distancing, a request that people wear masks if near others, and provision of hand sanitizer and, of course, water.

If you have any questions about EGSD's neighborhood cleanup service, please contact: 

Cristina Polsgrove
Public Information Officer
Tucson Environmental & General Services

The Images of America Flowing Wells book by Kevin and Marie Dailey is now available at local book stores. The FWNACC will donate all royalties earned from sales of this book to fund schlorships for Flowing Wells students beginning in 2021. The book is "dedicated to all Flowing Wells family and friends, past, present, and future, who share a vision of a tight-knit community bigger than any one individual and built on hard work, with the school district at its core."   


In 1995, community residents concerned about safety and quality of life, joined together to form the Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association and Community Coalition (FWNACC).

Initially, FWNACC activities included installing streetlights, reducing street flooding and closing drug-houses. Much of the initial phase centered around grafitti abatement.?  More...


Flowing Wells Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy...

The Flowing Wells Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area 2020 Draft Update is available for download under our documents page for review and comments more
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