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The Mission of the Gates Pass Area Neighborhood Association is to act in the interests of the members on issues such as limiting commercial development, reducing litter and crime, and retaining environmental quality.

2024 News and Events

• June 1: Feliz Paseos Park Cleanup at 7 AM

 Let us know you're coming:

October 19: Fall Membership Meeting and Pot Luck, details to follow

• Be on the lookout for Stinknet: Important links:

Plastic Diversion Program is up and running

The closest drop off point in our area is the recycling station behind Fire Station #15 off of Mission (enter from S San Antonio Drive). Click here to see the PDF on the types of plastic that can be repurposed into plastic blocks that can be used as building blocks. Also more information here:

Thanks to all who turned out for our latest events

March 16, 2024: Our pickup along Painted Hills Road and side streets had a nice turnout. We thank Adam Klepp from KGUN 9 for news coverage. Click here to see the clip.

Roadside Pickup along Camino de Oeste on 11/18/23 yields a lot of trash. Thanks to all who pitched in to help keep our Gates Pass Area clean!

Why join GPANA?

A robust membership helps GPANA when it comes to dealing with the county on issues that affect our Gates Pass Area neighborhood. Numbers matter!

​Membership dues are $20 per household (maximum of 2 people) per calendar year. November is our Membership Month for the coming year though you are welcome to join at any time. Benefits include alerts on issues that concern our Gates Pass area, informative membership meetings twice a year, opportunities to help keep our area clean and beautiful and more. Click here to go to our JOIN page.

Did you know?

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 Hill Drive on the north, David Yetman Trail on the south, and Painted Hills Road on the east.

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