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Historic Preservation Rehabilitation Grants Now Available

The city of Phoenix Planning and Development Department’s Historic Preservation Office is pleased to announce the return of grant money availability that could help you ...

Response to Willo from Deputy City Manager Alan Stephenson

The Deputy City Manager responded to our letter from March 23, 2022. You can read it here

STOP! In the Name of History

By Tricia Amato (Lewis) We've all seen them —  red, octagonal stickers with the words “STOP WORK” stuck to the windows of homes that are ...

You Have Questions about Historic Preservation, I Have Answers

By Tricia Amato (Lewis) I've received some questions from Willo residents, so I decided to write a Q&A article for this month's newsletter. Feel free ...

Phoenix approves grant for Neighborhood Block Watch

The City of Phoenix recently approved a grant for the Neighborhood Block Watch for $11, 692.00. For more information, see the letter here.

The History of Our Historic Districts

By Tricia Amato (Lewis) Prior to the 1970s, there wasn't much love for our city's historic assets. This was the era of "urban renewal" when ...

Important update on 3rd/5th Ave Project

For those who attended this morning's Council 4-City of Phoenix Budget Call (special thanks to Board Members, and many other Willo residents for attending today).....our ...

To Sandblast or Not to Sandblast Your Brick?

By Tricia Amato (Lewis) Red brick has never been more popular — I mean, who doesn't like the look of exposed brick? Many brick homes ...

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