You are now in walking/biking distance of downtown, 4th Ave, the University of Arizona, Pima Community College, “The Loop”, K-12 schools, churches, and more! Our neighborhood itself is also great for walking and bicycling, though we are trying to make it better still. See our neighborhood walkability study at http://dunbarspring.org/walkability
This neighborhood is a lively mix of young families and old-timers who have lived here their whole lives. There are a lot of artists, musicians, authors, business owners, educators, government employees, and community minded folks. We have an eclectic mix of owners, renters, and students.
There are a lot of public art, traffic calming, and water harvesting projects in our neighborhood already but we always are looking for new residents to get involved and improve our public spaces, including rights-of-way.
Our monthly neighborhood meetings are open to everyone and everyone who lives (including renters) or owns property/business here can vote – we meet the 3rd Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Dunbar School at Main and 2nd Street. The parking lot is shared with Holy Family Catholic Church. Please join us – we need your involvement to make the neighborhood the best it can be.
You can sign up for the neighborhood e-mail list here on the website, or by e-mailing DunbarSpringemail@example.com with "subscribe" in the memo line. Dunbar/Spring is also on NextDoor as well as FaceBook.
You can always contact Neighborhood Officers through this website if you have questions. Attached here is printable Word document you can use to welcome people to the neighborhood.