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Green Valley, Arizona
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GVTH II Board Meeting
Location: To Be Announced
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agenda will be added to this site as soon as available
NO board meetings in June, July or August
For the remainder of 2020, regularly scheduled BOD will meet on 1st Monday of the month unless a 48 hour notice is given or a holiday
GVTH II • P.O.Box 71 • Green Valley • AZ 85622
Green Valley Council
GVC weekly newsletter from GVC President, Dick Roberts
The Council is seeking active and interested participants to liaison with community residents and Pima County agency officials. One of the best ways to assure your voice is heard at the County, State, and Federal level is to serve on one of the Council’s Standing Committees. Because of the Council’s quasi-governmental standing and its services to Pima County, Pima County listens to us as representatives of the community. Further information about these committees can be found on the Council’s web and facebook sites. Click this icon >>
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A Neighborly Message
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Arizona Department of Health Services
The MASKUP program provides 5 free reusable and washable masks to vulnerable residents 65 years or older. The masks can be ordered online, shipped to your home.
If you are interested, the link is below.
If you have concerns completing the form, please call this number 1-844-542-8201
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GVTH II-2020 Annual Meeting
It is official!
The new park has been named
Canoa Hills Trails--an Open Space Park.
The Green Valley Council Park Advisory Committee thanks the Board of Supervisors and the Park Commissioners for their approval of the name. Now the County can finalize and install signage for Canoa Hills Trails. The new name fits right in with the other Green Valley County Parks--Historic Canoa Ranch, and Canoa Preserve. We now have "The Three Canoas" as parks!