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COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER

 JULY   

     SJNA BOND MONEY ALLOCATIONS

The 2016 Proposition 1 that voters passed allocated $654,050.00 to each of the four neighborhoods. Our primary focus has been to ensure that all aspects of the San Jacinto neighborhood are served.

We have succeeded in allocating evenly, and with the non-bond projects we are currently doing, we will impact the entire neighborhood. We will have the momentum to move forward, designing projects and working with Neighborhood Planning and other City depts for a place in their budgets each year. The City budget is adopted every September.

While working on bond projects through their completion, we will also begin working on and seeking input on other projects that WE can do through partnerships with individuals, businesses, or the City of Amarillo. We can dream anything, put it to paper, and let the City of Amarillo Neighborhood Planning Department help us bring it to life.

STREET TOPPER for FUNDRAISER INITIATIVE  -

SJNA will introduce our Street Topper Fundraiser at the end of Summer or early Fall. There will be  Initiatives we hope to fund that will help residents to better their circumstances, small businesses will have an opportunity to change their curb appeal, and we can contribute to the stray animal challenge by offering several remedies cost-free or greatly reduced. significantly encourage the residents and businesses to invest in themselves and the revitalization efforts and seek commitments to funding

NON-BOND PROJECTS and FUNDRAISERS  (completed, in – motion, and planned)

x Hyacinth Bulb Planting

x Beautiful Yard of the Month Program

x Keep Amarillo Clean – 2x yearly

x Paint the Water Tower

x Seedling Tree Giveaway

x Fitness Block Party

x Neighborhood Watch

x Art on RT 66 Art Show

x Art Poster Project & Show

x Crosswalk Art Contest

x Street Sign Topper Fundraiser

x Costshare sidewalk repair 

x Creative Crosswalks Installed

Purchase Community Building

We have had “ spin-off “ project ideas that need more input and volunteer efforts.

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