Welcome! | ¡Bienvenidos! The Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood Association, Inc. is dedicated to the following vision and values:
Neighbors working together
Connecting and strengthening our diverse community
Enhancing our environment and preserving our heritage
Cooperation Integrity Respect Inclusion
Commitment Caring Communication
Fun Spirit Participation
We hope all neighborhood residents and supporters outside its boundaries will become members
of the association and work with us to pursue this vision.
Purpose and Mission of the
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood Association, Inc.:
- Maintain and develop the way of life that the distinctive character of this neighborhood has encouraged.
- Ensure that the historical awareness expressed in this way of life be encouraged.
- Ensure that this historical awareness be recognized as not only of this neighborhood, but as an enhancement to the City, County and State.
- Maintain and enhance the semi-rural (semi-urban) character of this historic ambience that is part of Tucson's heritage.
- Preserve the unique (distinctive) character of the place and people of this neighborhood.
- Encourage the appreciation of the historical background.
- Build a sense of community within the neighborhood.
- Enhance community awareness of the Fort Lowell Historic District.
- Promote traffic safety and safeguard area from speeding traffic.
- Prevent the installation of curbs and sidewalks.
- Encourage provision for bicycles, bridle paths and running-walking paths.
- Place "Historic Area" and "Historic District" signs in their proper places.
- Publish a neighborhood newsletter.
- Encourage maintenance of rural and desert type vegetation.
- Prevent development which deteriorates the natural environment or poses a threat to the ecological balance, including air pollution, noise pollution, eye pollution.
- Ensure future building and remodeling be in conformance with the general architectural style of the present historic district.
OFLNA, Inc. Council
Council meetings are held the second Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Turner Building behind the San Pedro Chapel, and are open to OFLNA, Inc. members.
2016 – 2017 OFLNA, Inc. Council Members
Bill Anderson, President
John Hermes, Vice President
Charlie Boyd, Treasurer
Jeanne Anderson, Secretary
Council Members at Large: Aaron Botelho, Ralph Colwell, Kate Flasch, David Morgan, Michael O'Brien, Dennis Olson, Manuel Ramos, Colleen Sackheim, Frank Flasch (President Emeritus)
with questions, comments and to learn how to become more involved in the neighborhood. We’d love to hear from you!