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Burglars are out in full force again – striking Valley homeowners on vacation or out for the day.
The next Building Strong Neighborhoods Initiative in the City of Mesa will be held in Council District 6. The Desert Sands community and Casa Mia neighborhood will be the focus of the initiative. These neighborhoods are located between 78th and 82nd Streets, north of Baseline Road. The program will kick off with an orientation meeting on 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21, in the community meeting room at Light In the Desert Church at 7930 E. Baseline Road. District 6 Councilmember Scott Somers is scheduled to speak to neighbors at the meeting.
A District 3 neighborhood is the latest in Mesa to undergo the city’s Building Stronger Neighborhoods initiative.
Mesa will kick off the next building strong neighborhoods initiative Tuesday with a public meeting to outline projects in an area of northwest Mesa. The event will include results of a resident survey that help prioritize issues to be addressed through various city services. People attending the event can meet with city representatives with police, fire, code compliance, energy resources, transportation and various nonprofits. Councilman Dave Richins, who represents District 1, will also address residents.
Gilbert police are asking the public to be vigilant for any suspicious vehicles or individuals after a 9-year-old girl told officers a man inside a car grabbed her wrist on a neighborhood street and tried to pull her inside a white four-door passenger car.
Chandler is holding a neighborhood academy beginning Feb. 15 to help residents in non-homeowners association areas develop organizational and leadership skills. The free academy is similar to the city's existing program for HOAs, but uses a curriculum that addresses the needs of neighborhoods that don't have a formal governing structure.
Mesa police are offering what may seem like an unconventional tip to fight crime: Get to know your neighbors. The city's annual neighbor-meeting push will take place Nov. 5, for the 14th annual Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods. From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. that day, Mesa police, fire, neighborhood outreach groups, animal control and council members will attend GAIN parties across the city. The parties are designed to enhance community block watches and improve relationships with public safety to reduce crime.
Two neighborhoods bordering downtown Mesa have been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The West Side – Clark Addition and Fraser Fields joined the roster after at least five years of city efforts to seek recognition.
Residents of about 40 Chandler neighborhoods will gather together in their communities 1 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 23 as part of the Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods, or GAIN, event.
Construction is under way on a Lowe’s home improvement store in south Gilbert.
The OfficeMax at Fiesta Village in Mesa is closing Saturday. The office supply retailer is one of two business remaining in the main part of the 15-acre shopping center at the northwest corner of Alma School Road and Southern Avenue.
The scene of a suicide car bombing which missed a U.S. military convoy that was passing in the area, but killed one civilian and left four wounded in Baghdad\'s southern neighbourhood of Dora in Iraq Wednesday.
Locals look on as a U.S. Humvee attends the scene following a suicide bomb-blast at the al-Khadimain mosque in the Dora neighbourhood of Baghdad, Iraq, Friday.
Iraqi civilians look at the body of an Iraqi national guardsman killed by insurgents and left in the street of the Sadr city neighbourhood of Baghdad, Iraq Friday.
A crater from the blast is seen at the site of an insurgent attack at a police station at Seidiyeh neighbourhood in Baghdad, Iraq Monday.