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The Community Party is Cancelled

It is with regret that we announce the cancellation of our Community Party scheduled for November 12th due to a lack of volunteers. We deeply appreciate and want to express our heartfelt thanks to those who did reach out and volunteer. Your willingness to contribute to our community events is truly valued.

Organizing our Community Party is a significant undertaking that requires a considerable amount of planning and coordination. Typically, we need at least 10 people to assist in arranging and organizing various aspects of the event. On the day of the party, we rely on approximately 20 volunteers to ensure its smooth operation.

Over the years, our Community Party has served as a wonderful opportunity for neighbors to come together, enjoy delicious food, participate in family-friendly games, face painting, bounce house activities, and learn about updates in our community from the police department and the Councilwoman. It also provides a platform for us to connect with local businesses that support our community.

One of the remarkable outcomes of our Community Party is the positive impact it has had on Mercury Mine Basin Park. Due to the attention garnered by our event, the park has received additional resources, including more trees, a new playground shade cover, swings, and general maintenance of plantings and grass.

Moreover, our Community Party has gained recognition throughout Phoenix as the “Best and most highly attended G.A.I.N event in the City.” Your local Block Watch and Neighborhood leaders actively apply for grants to host this event, and our collective efforts have resulted in receiving significant funding, reflecting our community’s outstanding engagement and commitment.

While it is disheartening to cancel the party this year, we remain hopeful for future events. We encourage anyone interested in volunteering for upcoming community activities to reach out. Your involvement is crucial to the success of our neighborhood initiatives, and together, we can continue to create vibrant and supportive community events. Once again, thank you to everyone who volunteered and expressed interest. Your support is invaluable, and we look forward to working together for our community’s betterment in the future.


At the City of Phoenix hearing on March 23rd, the application for a proposed Sol Flower marijuana dispensary at the corner of 32nd Street and Shea in the plaza with Uncle Sams, was neither approved nor denied for a zoning variance.

The decision was made for a time extension so the community could become more educated about the proposal. The next hearing will be May 18, 2023 at 1:30pm.

We will be providing more information on how to attend this hearing virtually.

If you are interested in learning more about the application and the requirements that need to be met in order to receive an approval, please attend the community meeting:

Tuesday, April 25 @ 5:30pm

LOCATION CHANGE! Heritage Heights 4 Clubhouse

2837 E Mission Ln, Phoenix, AZ 85028

You may also reach out to the attorney representing the applicant:

Michelle Santoro

Senior Land Use Planner

Gammage & Burnham

602.256.4486 | msantoro@gblaw.com | www.gblaw.com

REMINDER👉 Community Event Tomorrow!!

WHERE: Heritage Heights Clubhouse — 3030 E. Mission Lane Phoenix, AZ 85028


  • Mountain Estates
  • Paradise Gardens
  • Mountain Preserve
  • Heritage Heights

Free Food!* Hot dogs, chips, cookie & bottled water will be served from 5-5:30pm

*Food provided by your Block Watch


– Councilwoman Debra Stark: Community Updates

– Desert Horizon Police Precinct: Neighborhood Homeless Issue

– City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture & Artist Bobby Zokaites: North 32nd Art Project

#blockwatch #neighbors #markyourcalendars #neighborshelpingneighbors #sheaborhood #neighborhoodwatch #neighborhoodrealtor

Welcome to North 32nd St Renewed

Welcome to 32|Renewed! The pulse of North Phoenix’s 32nd Street Corridor.

Our neighborhood is experiencing a renewed cultural and economic expansion.  Municipal investments, business development, and passionate residents are growing our established community into a vibrant destination for entertainment, dining, shopping, and soaking in the beauty that North Phoenix has to offer.

I’m Louisa Ward, a Phoenix native.  I have lived in and loved this neighborhood for 27 years.  As a Realtor I sell homes across the valley, but I love calling our neighborhood home.  I am your local neighborhood specialist.  I specialize in Heritage Heights, Paradise Gardens, Sierra Bonita, and Mountain View Park subdivisions.  My daughters both went to Shea Middle School and Shadow Mountain High School.  I was an active participant in their schooling and was the team mom for their golf team.  When I’m not working or spending time with my family I can usually be found hiking Piestewa Peak or visiting our local Farmers Market at Roadrunner Park.  I love this area and know the many facets of this dynamic community.  I am excited to see the changes that take place over the next few years as the City of Phoenix helps revitalize the neighborhood.
Contact me at 602-769-6699, MyAzRealtyTeam@gmail, or my website MyAzRealtyTeam.com.

Louisa, Robyn & Monica - Agent with RE/MAX EXCALIBUR REALTY