Pastor Kimberly and the congregation at Crossroads Methodist Church have been instrumental in our efforts to improve the North Central Canal Community--we couldn't do it without them!
In addition to worship services, Crossroads has a lot going on, including weekly 5K run/walks on Wednesday evenings and the monthly Produce on Wheels Without Waste (POWWOW). Check out the events web page https://crossroadsphx.com/events/ for a complete listing of all the goings on!
We are lucky to be served by Phoenix Fire Station 7 at 403 E Hatcher which houses both an engine and a rescue (ambulance).
We are proud to be part of the Phoenix Police Department Desert Horizon Precinct in the 624 beat area. For more information about the Desert Horizon Precinct, click here
If you live west of Central, you are represented by Councilwoman Debra Stark. If you would like to contact Councilwoman Stark or her office, please refer to her web page https://www.phoenix.gov/district3 .
If you live east of Central, you are represented by Councilman Sal DiCiccio. If you would like to contact Councilman DiCiccio or his office, please refer to his web page https://www.phoenix.gov/district6 .
We are fortunate to live in Arizona Legislative District 28, represented by our neighbor (!) Senator Kate Brophy McGee and Representative Kelli Butler.
To contact Senator Brophy McGee, please refer to her web page https://www.azleg.gov/senate-member/?legislature=54&legislator=1944 .
To contact Representative Butler, please refer to her web page https://www.azleg.gov/house-member/?legislature=54&legislator=1886 .
The City of Phoenix is divided into 15 urban Villages. Each Village has a Village Planning Committee (VPC) appointed by Mayor & City Council. The VPCs assist the Planning Commission in the performance of its duties. VPCs are part of the Planning & Development Department.
The Committees help identify areas or provisions of the General Plan text that need refinement and updating; identify problems and needs related to implementation of the General Plan; define in greater detail the intended future function, density and character of subareas of the village; and comment on proposals for new zoning districts or land use districts.
We are located in North Mountain Village which contains a diverse mix of residential neighborhoods and housing types including the established central corridor areas, neighborhoods in the foothills of the Phoenix Mountains, and suburban neighborhoods near the Metrocenter village core.
Meetings: Get Involved!
The North Mountain Village Planning Committee generally meets the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at the HonorHealth John C Lincoln Medical Center, 9202 N. 2nd Street (northwest corner of 2nd Street and Mission Lane).