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Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association & Community Coalition

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Welcome to Flowing Wells!

 The Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association and Community Coalition in coordination with Pima County is providing the attached RFP for the update our Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA) Plan from 2001 to 2007.  We have put our 2001 & 2007 plans on our website for review. The Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association & Community Coalition (FWNACC) invites prospective RFP providers to attend an information session on July 18, 2019 at 6 PM at location TBD. As indicated in the RFP many materials including previous updates to the NRSA are provided on this website.  Please send an email to kevincdaily@yahoo.com to confirm you have received this request and to let him know if you plan to respond or not to respond, thank you.

History:

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...

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