Tucson Police Incidents

Tucson Police Department (TPD) regularly attends FNA meetings, when there is an officer available, answers neighbor questions and gives requested feedback on cases or TPD projects in the area. Please check the police incident listings for the neighborhood for the most recent list.

Keep Your Yard Clean and Tidy

City codes for maintaining your home (including the street in front of your home) are available at

To make a code violation report on-line CLICK HERE or call:

520-791-3173 or 520-791-5843, 9:30-4:00 M-F

To see code violations already reported in Feldman's CLICK HERE

Laws About Unruly Gatherings and Red Tags

Red Tags are never as easy as 1 2 3! Get to know the procedures, benefits, and risks of reporting unruly gatherings to have a successful outcome.

Unruly gatherings are defined as "a gathering of five (5) or more persons on any private property (including property used to conduct business) in a manner which causes a disturbance of the quiet enjoyment of private or public property by any person or persons." This can be any time of day. Disturbances include, bur are not limited to: excessive noise or traffic, obstruction of public streets by crowds or vehicles, drinking in public, service of alcohol to minors or consumption of alcohol by minors, figting, disturbing the peace, littering

The reporting procedure flyer provided by the Jefferson Park Neighborhood in partnership with the Tucson Police Department Red Tag Unit is very informative.

Grant Road Widening

Voters approved the Grant Road Improvement Project and its half cent sales tax funding in May 2006 as part of the $2.1 billion dollar Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) plan. The improvements to the five-mile section of Grant Road between Oracle Road and Swan Road include widening to six lanes with bike lanes, streetscape, and pedestrian improvements to create a state-of-the-art, multi-modal transportation corridor.

Grant Road Coalition - Central Segments has information on how the Improvement Project affects the central area which included neighborhoods just north and north east of Feldman's.

Elected Officials Representing Feldman's

U.S. Congress:

District 3. Raul Grijalva: (520) 622-6788 (Tucson office)

Arizona Legislature :

District 3. Senator Sally Ann Gonzales:

Representative Andres Cano:

Representative Alma Hernandez:

All may be reached at 1-800-352-8404

Pima County Board of Supervisors:

District 5. Richard Elias. (520) 724-8126

Tucson City Council:

Ward 6. Steve Kozachik: (520) 791-4601

Ward 3. Paul Durham: (520) 791-4711

(Most of Feldman’s is in Ward 6 except for the northernmost section. )

Tucson Unified School District Board

Adelita Grijalva, Kristel Foster, Leila Counts, Rachel Sedgwick, Mark Stegeman (no districts) (520) 225-6070

Pima Community College Governing Board

District 5: Luis Gonzales (520) 206-4971


Neighborhood murals depict history and features of Feldman’s Neighborhood.

The neighborhood mural at 1414 N. 1st Ave is by Emily Pechuzal, who is the sister of a former neighbor. It was a neighborhood project, proposed and funded by Jarrett Reidhead. It depicts historic and natural features of Feldman's such as the Castle apartments, which originated as one of several tuberculosis sanitariums in the neighborhood.

This mural, painted by UA art students, on the University of Arizona’s Michael Drake building at the corner of 6th Ave. and Drachman, commemorates the Phoenix Mission to Mars, in which UA played a major role. This building is on the site of the first homestead in what is now Feldman’s Neighborhood.