We welcome you to become a member of the Gates Pass Area Neighborhood Association. Our purpose is to act in the interests of the members on issues such as limiting commercial development, reducing litter and crime, and retaining environmental quality.
To this end, we spearheaded the opposition to the proposed 260-lot development in Painted Hills, pitched in to help repaint and restore Camp Cooper buildings and ramadas, and had a voice in restricting the legal hunting areas and throughways in and around our neighborhood. As a member, you will receive emails about current neighborhood events as well as forwarded correspondence from various environmental groups, with occasional opportunities to voice your concerns about issues such as the proposed Rosemont Mine.
Additionally, members gather on sunny Saturday mornings in April and October to clean litter and debris from alongside Camino de Oeste (from Ironwood Hills Road to Gates Pass Road) as part of the Adopt-A-Highway program. Clean ups are followed by a potluck brunch at a member’s home. We have also adopted Feliz Paseos Park.