To see pictures of our last clean-up, click Steele Park Clean-Up
Last December, PCA was the first organization to adopt a City of Phoenix park under the Parks and Recreation Department’s new “My Phoenix-My Park” volunteer program. The program was started in response to the economy and budget cuts that greatly reduced the maintenance of various parks and open spaces. PCA volunteered to do quarterly clean-ups and improvement projects at Steele Indian School Park focusing on the entry garden, the North perimeter fence line and areas around the lake.
PCA is partnering with HandsOn Greater Phoenix to kick off this year’s season on Saturday September 11, 2010. Bring your family, friends and neighbors willing to lend a helping hand to keep one of Phoenix’s most beautiful parks well-maintained.
September 11, 2010
National Day of Service
Steele Indian School Park is a 75-acre park located at the northeast corner of Central Avenue & Indian School Road. The main entrance is off of Third Street. Just follow the arrows as you drive into the park and they will lead to the parking lot. We plan to meet at 7:00 a.m. at the Ramada just east of Memorial Hall.
Please let us know you if you are coming by calling 602-254-7477 ext. 25 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by September 9th.
If you can’t make September 11th, no worries as we have scheduled more park tree planting and clean-up days! The meeting location will stay the same for all the upcoming events. We hope you plan on participating this season.