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The transformation taking place at Third Street and Catalina Avenue in the heart of Phoenix is nothing short of extraordinary. 55 apartments (studio, one, two and four bedroom......

Phoenix, AZ – Already feeling stressed about what activities you can do with your kids for summer break? Getting ready for a trip and want to familiarize yourself......

What Option was Selected by the Neighborhood? Along 3rd Avenue, participants at the 3/8/18 Willo Neighborhood meeting generally preferred the protected bicycle/pedestrian path concept. Along 5th Avenue, participants......

We had a great time at this month's neighborhood happy hour at Diane and Bob Herman’s! We'd love to see you at the next one, so check out our events calendar to see dates and times....

The Willo Neighborhood semi-annual yard sale was held on Saturday, April 14th. Many Willo neighbors participated. The Questers Chapter #629 came together on Palm Lane to raise money for their organization. The Questers work to preserve historical ...

(The following statement was released by the FAA today.) “The FAA tomorrow plans to start using two new routes for aircraft that turn north or continue westward after departing from......

The Willo BlockWatch held its first 2018 BlockWatch Captains meeting at the end of January, with over 15 BlockWatch captains in attendance, along with Community Action Officer, Ben Harris of the Phoenix Police......

Once again, the Willo historic district showed off by presenting an impressive mix of beautiful homes, exceptional vendors, delicious food, awesome music, and outstanding pre-tour events. An enormous thank you to each homeowner who graciously opened ...

The FAA and the City of Phoenix have announced the following workshops pursuant to the Memorandum/Agreement entered into over the Sept. 18, 2014 flight path changes at Phoenix......

Willo consists of 15 streets, 44 blocks in all and it’s truly beautiful to see every block and 3rd & 7th avenues lined with luminaria. But this can ONLY happen if our community comes together to make it happen! We're thankful to all the volunteers ...

At the December meeting of the Encanto Village Planning Committee, there was a presentation from the company that recently bought (parts of) Park Central for $57 million.  The......

The meeting of 11/6/2017 was a typical one with two interesting agenda items.  The first was a zoning case to allow the construction of a 5 story 256......

From the City of Phoenix Water Services Department Water System Improvements The City of Phoenix Water Services Department has contracted with WaCo Contracting to perform required improvements to......

Should I call 9-1-1, or Crime Stop? More often than questions about neighborhood crime, these are the questions I am asked the most as a Community Officer. The......

Saturday, October 14th was a busy day in Willo! There were multiple events happening for the entire family. The Willo Neighborhood Yard Sale was happening and featured multiple sales...

Willo’s Vision 3.5 Committee was established in the spring of 2017 to discuss the neighborhood’s vision for 3rd and 5th Avenues through Willo, and to strategize with the......

Thank you to all of the volunteers who participated in putting up the luminaries even with the weather challenges we’ve had the past week. 100 Windsor- Patrice Wappel......

Your Willo representatives (three Zoning Chairs, a Past President and myself) attended the hearing today concerning 102 W. Cypress. The demolition request was granted. The owner provided a......