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WHO WE ARE

We are a coalition of 5 neighborhoods in Tucson Arizona that have come together to fight crime, drugs, dilapidated homes and low income to improve the quality of life. We partnered with police, non-profits, churches, businesses, schools, etc. In 2002 we applied for a weed & seed grant and received finding which started in 2005.

 


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OUR MISSION STATEMENT

To enrich the quality of life for residents and businesses in the 29th Street Coalition Weed & Seed site by implementing community based, comprehensive, multi-agency strategies to “Weed” out crime violence and drugs and to “Seed” the area with educational, recreational, social and economic development, thereby contributing to a vital, safe and supportive environment.


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RECENT SUCCESS STORIES:

  • Violent crime in our area has gone down 44% from 2001 to 2007
  • A drive-through liquor store was recently converted to an ice cream shop
  • All abandoned business properties from previous years, are currently in use
  • The local schools now have some great prevention programs for the youth
  • Teen drug use has gone down from 2006-2008
  • Most apartment complexes belong to crime free multi housing
  • Street lights have been installed in the Julia Keen neighborhood and will be installed in a portion of the Myers Neighborhood in 2009
  • Speed Humps have been installed in all of the neighborhoods to reduce speed.
  • Due to a partnetship with the Pima County Adult Probation Teams, Neighborhoods are cleaned up on a regular basis.