Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway Presents Many Problems, Solves None
A grassroots group was formed called Protecting Arizona’s Resources and Children (PARC) and its members thought there was something "fishy" about this proposed freeway, so they decided to examine it more thoroughly. Read more of their article.
Phoenix Echo Canyon Area Reopens with Great Fanfare
Camelback Mountain’s Echo Canyon Recreation Area, 4925 E. McDonald Dr., and the Summit Trail reopened to hikers at sunrise on Jan. 15, 2014. Excellent Job City of Phoenix. See PMPC January 2014 Newsletter for more details.
PMPC Annual Meeting & Potluck Dinner set for May 2014
Please join us Monday, May 5, 2014, at the North Mountain Visitor Center for the PMPC Annual Meeting and Dinner. See PMPC Spring 2014 Newsletter for details (coming in April 2014). Mark your Calendars.
North Mountain Visitor’s Center - Year End Report
What a fantastic year at the North Mountain Visitor’s Center. In 2013, there were 78 different volunteers working at the Center, in addition to the fabulous authors, artists, and musicians who shared their talents with the visitors at the Center, and last but not least, the endless hours the principals of our four non-profit organizations have given both at the Center and behind the scenes.
You Could Be a Park Steward
With your commitment to make a difference in our parks and preserves you will not only be continuing a legacy for our children, but you will gain friendships, keep in shape, and use your skills and experience. More Park Stewards volunteers are needed. Please visit the website phoenix.gov/parks/trails/volunteer/ for more information on becoming a valuable Park Steward.