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

This special meeting was held at the Doubletree Hotel at Metro Center  on Wednesday evening, June 29, 2022 at 5:30PM.  Attendees were treated to soup and sandwiches.

The DOJ did not share results.  They did discussing why they began the inquiry, what they are looking for, and other such details.  They answered question after their presentation and there was a comment period afterward where many Community members stepped up to share their experiences and opinions. 

meeting speakers
DOJ investigator and attorneys presenting to us
meeting attendees
Some of the attendees at our meeting

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.

Link to the District 1 weekly e-news:

Message from Councilwoman Ann O’Brien

Even though Council is not fully back in session yet, my office is back in full swing of things! As a reminder, the first Council Meeting for our next session will be on August 31st. Be sure to mark your calendars!

Over the weekend I had the amazing opportunity to join Thrive Phoenix and their organizer, Nina, as we worked to clean up Bell Rd and the 19th Ave area. Big thank you to all the volunteers who turned out to clean up the community and take pride in where they live! A shout-out to our men and women in the Black Mountain Police Precinct who watched over all the volunteers to keep us safe and even picked up a trash bag or two to help us out! Another shout-out to the Black Mountain Community Alliance, Bell Road Business Alliance, and the Village Meadows Block Watch for helping to spread the word to the community about this clean up! And again, a HUGE THANK YOU to Nina for all her work and ownership within this community. Together we are making a difference!

On Monday, I meet with representatives from the FAA to discuss future changes to flight…….. 

Read more at the full newsletter link above.

District 1 Community Meeting


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 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)

Your CPCA over the years


Interstate 17

  • [UPDATE] 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, December 30, 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.

25th Avenue

  • Northbound Roadway Closure at Arizona Canal: 25th Avenue is now open to southbound traffic. It remains closed to northbound traffic at the Arizona Canal and Arizona Canal Diversion Channel bridges 24/7. There is no estimated date for the reopening of northbound traffic on 25th Avenue over the Arizona canal. Click here for more information.
  • Rose Mofford Dog Park Closure: The Rose Mofford Dog Park will be closed 24/7 through Friday, September 2, 2022 at 12 p.m. Click here for more information.

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. Here are the links to the permits for 25th Avenue/Mountain View Road, Dunlap Avenue, and Metrocenter areas. 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.