Crime Reports - New Law Enforcement Tool

posted Jul 10, 2010, 8:46 AM by Doolen Fruitvale   [ updated Jul 28, 2010, 6:36 AM ]

What is is the largest, most comprehensive crime-mapping website in the world. Local law enforcement agencies throughout North America partner with CrimeReports to bring you accurate, official, and up-to-date crime information for the areas you care about most. Search and explore the CrimeReports map to see how it works, or click here to watch a video walkthrough.


posted May 15, 2010, 8:59 AM by Doolen Fruitvale   [ updated May 15, 2010, 9:06 AM ]

Here is a nifty tool to report graffiti, potholes and more found in your neighborhood.  

This site is available nationwide at

Use this link to see activity in the Doolen/Fruitvale Neighborhood.

Right Size Your Can Program

posted May 8, 2010, 8:57 AM by Doolen Fruitvale   [ updated May 8, 2010, 12:48 PM ]

The City of Tucson's "Right Size Your Can" program is what is known as a volume-based service plan for residential refuse collection. With volume-based service, the less trash you make, the less you pay. It’s new to Tucson, but is being used successfully in many other cities across the U.S.

Beginning July 1 (pending Mayor and Council approval), your monthly Environmental Services charges will depend on what size trash container you have.

Small – 48 gallon - $15.00/month
Medium – 65 gallon - $16.00/month
Large – 95 gallon - $16.75/month

Note: These are proposed rates only. Rates will be set by the Mayor and City Council
Currently customers pay $14.50 per month for weekly pickup of their existing 95-gallon container or the shared alley container.

Do you want to learn more?  View the brochure from the City of Tucson HERE or view all documents in the DFNA File Cabinet.

Our Big News

posted Oct 15, 2009, 8:02 AM by Doolen Fruitvale   [ updated Jul 28, 2010, 6:37 AM ]

Welcome to the new webpage for the Doolen Fruitvale Neighborhood Association. Your neighborhood leaders are striving to make your neighborhood a safe and pleasant place to live.  A place to raise your family, walk your dog, garden, visit with your neighbors and everything else that adds to the quality of our lives.Throughout the past few years, we have had neighborhood potlucks, maintained our butterfly garden, participated in National Night Out, planted trees at Doolen Middle School for Make a Difference Day. The list goes on and on.  
Please accept this invitation to begin your participation in YOUR neighborhood. There are many activities that you can participate in.  Our association meetings are every other month, and last for less than 1 1/2 hours. 
If you would like more information about your neighborhood association, please visit the LEADERS page on the left to contact one of your neighborhood leaders, or send an email to

We are anxious to meet you!!   :-)

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