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The event was a huge success!  Prior to the event, North Glenn Square and CMS each had a pallet delivered directly to the precinct.  Each pallet is 48 cases of 40 each so their donations were 1900 bottles each for a total of 3,800.  On Saturday, we delivered over 20,000 bottles of water and have cash donations of approximately $1,300 which will be used to purchase another 6.5 pallets for an additional 12,480 bottles.  There were over 100 cases donated at the event and there was a steady stream of vehicles for the Scouts to unload.  In addition to the water, there were boxes and boxes of snack items, valued at approximately $200, that were donated for the Officer Cantina.

It took over 2 hours to unload using the “bucket brigade” method and the halls and patio of the precinct are filled with water.  

Below is some of the activity on Saturday morning.  A huge THANK YOU to Scout Troop 747 who helped with loading the truck, then unloading at the precinct.

Heads-Up about a special upcoming meeting on Wednesday, June 29

The Cactus Park Community Alliance in conjunction with the Cactus Wren Block Watch has invited the U.S. Department of Justice to speak with our Community regarding their inquiry into our Phoenix Police Department. 

We are having a special meeting on Wednesday evening, June 29, 2022 at 5:30PM.  This meeting is in-person only and will not be available virtually. (Zoom, etc.)

The DOJ will not be sharing results.  They will be discussing why they began the inquiry, what they are looking for, and other such details.  They will be soliciting our comments (both positive and negative) regarding our interactions with the Phoenix Police.

Our meeting will be held at the Doubletree Hotel at Metro Center.  Doors open at 5:30PM.  Our event will begin at 6:00PM. 

We will keep you as informed as possible regarding law enforcements efforts to reduce crime and bring law-breakers to justice.  Please visit the new Blotter page to see what’s happened recently in our precinct.


On 05-12-22 The Cactus Park Precinct Resource Unit along with Transit Unit worked collaboratively with navigator teams from Community Medical Services to provide services to community members in the area of 2800 W Cactus Rd . This program was initiated in response to numerous community complaints of illegal…….

continue reading on the Blotter.

Link to the District 1 weekly e-news:

Message from Councilwoman Ann O’Brien

Since Council approved our plan to provide officers with more money in their salaries, I’m excited to say, in the days following that vote, one of our recruiters received over 57 voicemails from officers across the Valley looking to make a lateral move to our City! Already, our recruitment numbers are rising, and we’re getting a lot of interest from existing officers and new recruits. While all of this is a promising sign, we’re still in a dire situation! I’ve already been working with Human Resources and PD this past year to rethink how we do recruitment and restructure our thought process on how we can attract the best of the best. I hope to have some updates by the end of the year.

Over the weekend, I volunteered at Operations Blue Ribbon’s first annual Hometown Heroes softball game for our Phoenix PD. The event was orchestrated by Anne Ender with Operation Blue Ribbon and hosted by Luis Gonzalez and the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field. I had such a good time volunteering, and this game was such a morale booster for our officers! Officer Tyler Moldovan made a guest appearance and kicked off the game with the traditional “Play Ball”. Seeing some of our Commanders taking a dive on the field to catch flyballs is a memory I’m going to keep! In speaking with Gonzo, he’s hoping to make this……..

Read more at the full newsletter link above.

District 1 Community Meeting


 Hello District 5 Residents and Friends,

April has been a busy and productive month, full of community events, neighborhood meetings, and exciting developments. In this edition of Neighborhood News, learn about the City’s acquisition of the “old Kmart building”, our Earth Day and Arbor Day events, the Heat Relief Outreach, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and more. 

 Read the full District 5 Newsletter. 

Your CPCA over the years

Shown below, the Cactus Park Community Alliance and member Charlie McGoldrick partners with our precinct at Walgreens – 43rd Avenue and Glendale Avenue.

A Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) sponsored Drug Take Back event was held on Saturday, April 30 at locations across Phoenix.  

Citizens are encouraged to turn in expired or unwanted drugs and medications in an effort to dispose of them in a safe manner and keep them out of the hands of kids.

The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office Citizens Academy is a free, one-day program of presentations and activities designed to educate members of the public about the unique role the MCAO plays in the criminal justice system.  Click the image below for more information.

Classes are on Apr 19 Full – May 17 – Jun 21 – Jul 19 – Aug 16 – Sep 20 – Oct 18 – Nov 15

All of us hate Robocalls right?  Data Doctors answered the question

“I’m fed up with all these robocalls; wasn’t there supposed to be a new system to take care of this anoying problem?”

Click HERE to read the answer.  (You will be taken to their website)

(Thank You Data Doctors)

More advice from Data Doctors: 

Question:  Does replying with ‘STOP’ on unwanted text messages really work?

The answer can be found HERE.  (This will redirect you to the Data Doctors website)


Interstate 17

  • Southbound frontage road closure between Cheryl Drive and Dunlap Avenue: The I-17 southbound frontage road is closed between Cheryl Drive and Dunlap Avenue 24/7 through Friday, August 26, 2022, at 5 p.m. Click here for more information.

Dunlap Avenue

  • Traffic restrictions between 19th and 25th avenues: Dunlap Avenue is restricted to one westbound and one eastbound lane between 19th and 25th avenues 24/7 through Thursday, November 30, 2023, at 5 p.m. Below are links to the construction notifications for each segment.
    19th to 22nd Avenues
    22nd to 23rd Avenues
    23rd to 24th Avenues
    24th to 25th Avenues
  • 22nd Avenue closure: 22nd Avenue, just south of Dunlap Avenue is closed between Dunlap and Alice avenues 24/7 through Saturday, December 31, 2022, at 5 p.m. Click here for more information.
  • 23rd Avenue closure: 23rd Avenue, just south of Dunlap Avenue is closed between Dunlap and Townley avenues 24/7 from Tuesday, July 5 at 12 a.m. through Sunday, July 17, 2022, at 12 p.m. Click here for more information.

25th Avenue

  • Roadway Closure at Arizona Canal: 25th Avenue is closed to north- and southbound traffic at the Arizona Canal and Arizona Canal Diversion Channel bridges 24/7 through Friday, July 15, 2022, at 5 p.m. Click here for more information.
  • Rose Mofford Dog Park Closure: The Rose Mofford Dog Park will be closed 24/7 from Monday, June 27 at 12 a.m. through Friday, September 2, 2022 at 12 p.m. 

Mountain View Road

  • Traffic restrictions between northbound I-17 Frontage Road and 25th Avenue: Mountain View Road is restricted to one westbound and one eastbound lane between the northbound I-17 frontage road and 25th Avenue 24/7 through Friday, December 30, 2022, at 5 p.m. Click here for more information.

The project contractor, Kiewit-McCarthy, A Joint Venture (KMJV), has a city of Phoenix permit to work 24-hours a day, as needed. KMJV is making every effort to minimize noise and dust during project work. Visit valleymetro.org/northwest2 to view the latest updates and learn more about the project. 

Other Area Projects

The Arizona Department of Transportation is constructing improvements to the cross street drainage system along the I-17 frontage road between Greenway Road and Dunlap Avenue in Phoenix. The purpose of the project is to improve the drainage facilities that remove storm runoff from the Greenway, Thunderbird, Cactus and Peoria cross streets, helping to reduce the potential for flooding at the I-17 overpasses. This work will close portions of the I-17 south- or northbound frontage roads through 2022. Click here for more information.