We had a TON of scarily fun and very creative costume contest entries this year!
Thank you to everyone who entered our contest, it was so hard, and so much fun choosing the winners…
|Enter if you Dare by Monday November 2nd!|
2 WINNERS will be selected:
1 Adult will win a $50 Home Depot gift card
1 Child will win a $25 Walmart gift card
No Tricks, Just Treats!
To Enter: Send a picture via Text: 602.769.6699
Or Email: MyAzRealtyTeam@Gmail.com
Share with your Friends & Family, the more the scarier!
|Original Geno’s Pizzeria is coming to 32nd Street! |
Check out their delicious looking menu:
|Also, there is a new family owned pharmacy for human and pet needs.|
A Nice Apothecary. Both are located in the same strip at 10210 N 32nd Street. (NW Corner of 32nd Street & Cheryl Drive, just south of Shea Blvd)
No, Lovecraft is not being condemned. They are adding a fabulous rooftop patio for an exquisite experience of dining, craft beer and a spectacular view of the mountains. Rebecca and Ryan (the owners) are brilliant to the benefit of our neighborhood. I can’t wait to enjoy a pint and a plate up there with the view of the mountains that cradle our community. (Located at the NW Corner of 32nd Street & Cactus)
Chompies is moving locations, from Paradise Valley Mall to the NE corner of 32nd Street and Cactus, where Big Lots used to be located.
Also, Dillard’s at Paradise Valley Mall has advised their employees that they will be closing. I dont have a date yet.
|Per Real Estate Attorney Benjamin Graff, the Medical Marijuana store that was working to open at Tatum and Shea has withdrawn their application for zoning change. They are moving on somewhere else. |
For those who are interested, Harvest HOC has 11 other locations.
|Mercury Mine Park is OPEN, and has a new cover over the playground after last years heavy winds ripped it apart. Thank you to the block watch members working with the Parks and Recs Dept to get that accomplished.|
Thursday, October 22, 2020 from 6:30 – 7:30 PM
*Gretchen Wolfe with Procurement Manager (confirmed):
COVID relief grants available to businesses
*Pastor Jerome Parker: Healthy Giving Council (not confirmed)
*PHX CARES & Homelessness (speaker TBD)
*Paint Phoenix Purple
|The Water Services Department is hosting two virtual public meetings for the Drought Pipeline Project (SR 51 to Bell Rd on 32nd Str). Please see the attached flyer, and feel free to share it with anyone who may want to attend.|
There are two meeting options available: Oct. 28 at 9 a.m. and Oct. 29 at 6:30 p.m. Both meetings will offer the same information. The project, alignment and potential impacts will be discussed.
To Register and view information about the upcoming construction, please visit phoenix.gov/droughtpipeline.