Palo Verde District looking for neighborhood advisory committee members

Posted 4/21/21

Councilman Michale Finn has put out a call for new neighborhood advisory committee members for the Palo Verde District.

At approximately 5.8 square miles, the Palo Verde District is the home of …

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Palo Verde District looking for neighborhood advisory committee members

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Peoria Councilman Michale Finn has put out a call for new neighborhood advisory committee members for the Palo Verde District.

At about 5.8 square miles, the Palo Verde District is the home of numerous parks, schools, local businesses, residential neighborhoods, and commercial shopping centers.

It is roughly located south of Arrowhead Towne Center.

The committee will be hosted by Councilman Finn, who represents the district, and is open to Palo Verde residents only.

The meetings would be scheduled quarterly via Zoom or at Peoria City Hall and would cover topics of interest to the residents.

If interested, email: InetPaloVerde@peoriaaz.gov.

Please include your name, home address, email address and phone number.

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