Websites: and December 20 , 2020
For previous editions of Jefferson Park newsletters CLICK HERE.
Special Christmas Edition - Jefferson Park is all dressed up!
Choose a street or two for a walk or a drive - 147 total decorated homes
Congratulations to Hampton Street - the most decorated!

41 - Hampton houses have lights. Of note: House just east of Warren.
31 - Waverly houses have lights. Of note: Corner of Tyndall and Waverly and NW corner of Warren and Waverly.
22 - Seneca houses have lights. Of note: House east of Martin.
20 - Edison houses have lights. Of note: NW corner of Mountain and Edison and NW corner of Edison and Vine.
18 - Linden houses have lights. Of note: Corner of Martin and Linden going west 3 houses on the north side.
15 - Lester houses have lights. Of note: Corner of Lester and Warren and corner of Cherry and Lester.
Sorry to report - Mail theft
The Jefferson Park Clean Committee tidies up the little park at Edison and Campbell once a month. They report graffiti and haul away some very interesting things! However, today, Dec 19, was a first. Piles of mail from at least 12 JP addresses all torn into pieces.. Recognizable pieces were mailed back to neighbors.

Stay alert if you do not have a locking mailbox. Or you can sign up for informed delivery:
Mail from 1500 thru 1700 block of Seneca, 1400 Waverly, 1700 block of Edison and 1300 block of Lester.
Meetings 2021
All invited to join the zoom meetings.

Agendas for JPNA will be posted on
Jeff Park Zoom Meetings

December Executive Board Meeting
Have a safe and restful holiday

January Meetings
Friends of Jefferson Park
Wednesday, Jan 27. 5:15.p.m. Election of officers.

Jefferson Park Neighborhood Association
Wednesday, Jan 27, 6 p.m. Election of Officers.

Links the annual meetings will be posted:

JPNA needs Safety Committee Chair: Works with TPD, schedules meetings (Zoom lately), and keeps their ears to the ground about the safety concerns of the neighborhood. Contact Colleen if interested:
Not too late---End of Year Donations
Consider these 501c3 's
Every year new projects make your neighborhood a better place to live! Communications, entrance signs and the like contribute to the quality of life in Jefferson Park. Your donation to The Friends of Jefferson Park, Inc., our neighborhood non-profit, is tax deductible. The 501(c)3 non-profit for the neighborhood is purposed "to preserve the historic district and improve the quality of life of its residents". Checks can be sent to Friends, PO Box 41243, Tucson 85717. You will receive a receipt.
Neighborhood Contacts & Resources
Area Representatives

Area #1 - Mary Worthen,323-1777 

Area #2 - Jon Heine,321-4343

Area #3 - Laurel-Heather Milden,

Area #5 - Joanne Osuna, 798-3602

Area #6 - Lisa Jones,622-1682
Choppers overhead?
Flight path is south of Banner-none over neighborhood.
Helicopter Noise/ Banner Hospital contact BUMC Security at 694-6533.

24/7 available (520) 282-3649

Neighborhood Resources:
Recommended service Providers

TPD Lead Officer for our area: Ofc. Joclyn Avilez. Her email is

non-emergency crime: 
emergency crime:   911

See the latest crimes in Jeff Park:

See code violations in Jeff Park:  

Report an unruly gathering: Call 911  CLICK HERE to see Flow Chart 

See historic photos of Jefferson Park:
The Ward offices publish weekly updates. Jefferson Park is in Ward 3; however, Ward 6 also puts out an informative newsletter, so both are worth a read!

1510 E Grant*
Ward III, See Paul's e-news at:

Another newsletter chock full of information!
Ward VI, Steve Kozachik's newsletter:

Our Pima County Contact, District 5
Elvira Din, Staff Assistant to Supervisor Adelita Grijalva
Pima County Board of Supervisors,
Paul Durham, Ward III
Get on the List Serve! To sign up for the neighborhood list serve, send a blank email to 
or send a request for an invitation to

Facebook: Jefferson Park Pet Lost animals, found animals etc 

Facebook: Jefferson Park: Interactive communications and neighborhood friendly posts

Report Transportation Concerns: Is there a pothole you'd like to see fixed? Is a street sign missing? Is a tree limb hanging too close over a roadway or sidewalk?You can report these issues to the Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), (520) 791-3154, or email the exact location to

What is a code violation?And whom do I call? Download an information sheet approved by the City Code Enforcement Division
Editors' Note: This Constant Contact is sent only upon request and with permission. The editors, Joan Daniels, Erin Posthumus, Joanne Osuna , Colleen Nichols invite your comments.
Thanks to the editors who check and recheck the information we send out to our neighbors. If you see an error or have an addition, let one of us know.