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News concerning the overlook at Gate Pass
Pima County Parks reports... Gates Pass Overlook and G3 gates will be locked overnight starting 11/9/2020. VetSec (private security) will be locking the gates each evening (8 PM) and opening each morning (6 AM). We hope that this will help with some of the issues. Initially we will implement for a 6 month period and then evaluate. Any information you can provide after this 6 month period in regards to what you are observing will be helpful.
This action is the culmination of many incident reports and requests by board treasurer Denise Garland and others for the Pima County Parks department to do something about gunshots, noise, speeding. As this is a 6 month 'trial' the Parks department is looking for feedback after the trial period is over. If you live close to Gates Pass Road please take note of any incidents. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to report any disturbances, after, of course, calling the sheriff's department if warranted. Should you have any questions or concerns, please email us.
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GATES PASS AREA NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION | PO BOX 87554, TUCSON, AZ 85754 | GPANASEC@GMAIL.COM
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Our Gates Pass Area Neighborhood Association is a voluntary affiliation. We are NOT a homeowners' association. Our GEOGRAPHICAL AREA OF INTEREST is all areas of the Tucson Mountains, and other preserves and park lands. Our primary focus is the area bordered by the Gates Pass Road summit on the west, Ironwood Hills Drive on the north, David Yetman Trail on the south, and Painted Hills Road on the east.