The Block Watch meeting for the Rio Crossing community was hosted by Avondale Police Department January 10, 2017 at 7pm in the Mohave Room of the Avondale Civic Center.
The informational meeting about Avondale’s Block Watch program is scheduled: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 Starts at 7pm — the presentation and discussion should be under an hour
Click here to see all posts related to the Block Watch program in Rio Crossing. There was a presentation by the Avondale Police Department’s Community Services team about the Avondale Block Watch Program open to the whole Rio Crossing...
If you’d like to see the city’s Block Watch brochure, I’ve scanned it into a PDF. You can download it from this link:
Saturday morning June 10 it looks like about 80% of the neighborhood cars parked on the street had this 2-sided note placed under the windshield wiper, “ticket-style.” I grabbed one, just to see what it was all about.
Please Vote For Me… Ray Harwood I’ll get straight to the point: I want you to vote for me to join the Rio Crossing Board of Directors. If you are a homeowner in Rio Crossing, you should be receiving...
Second in the series of monthly postings with “things that happened last month” along with “things to know about the coming month.” See last month’s installment, if you missed it.
How We Compare Crime is everywhere – yes, even in Rio Crossing. I’ve heard from some people that “crime is worse here than in <some other place>“. But based on statistics from the LexisNexis Community Crime Map, it actually...
Now that the Rio Crossing information site is up and running, I thought I’d create a monthly posting with “things that happened last month” along with “things to know about the coming month.” Here’s the first installment!
Here’s my notes from the Board of Director’s meeting last night, Thursday, November 19, 2016. As usual, these are not “meeting minutes”… they’re my version of what happened, with some occasional background and discussion notes.