Phoenix Arizona


Pine Towers Apartments to Receive a Makeover by quotes

 Pine Towers Apartments to Receive a Makeover Thanks to Annual Community Project The city of Phoenix Housing Department and the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM) are partnering on an annual community project to make facility improvements at the Pine Towers senior housing complex.

From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, March 3, city Housing staff and AACM representatives will be enhancing the center courtyard area, installing six sidewalks, trimming and pruning trees and shrubbery, top dressing granite, mowing lawns and installing plants.The property receiving the community makeover is located at 2936 N. 36th St. and is owned and operated by the city of Phoenix for elderly and disabled residents.

AACM is a statewide organization, established to represent the interests of community association management companies throughout the state of Arizona and to promote professionalism in the community association management industry. Membership in AACM requires that the member firm and its representatives demonstrate the highest levels of honesty, integrity and capability to their clients, other firms, service providers and AACM. For more information about this project contact AACM at 602-743-4908.The city of Phoenix Housing Department provides and promotes diversified housing opportunities and enriches the quality of life for low -to moderate-income families, seniors, and persons with disabilities by developing, managing, and subsidizing affordable housing.

The city owns approximately 3,500 units of public and other affordable housing and manages over 5,200 housing choice vouchers. These programs provide homes to more than 25,000 Phoenix residents.To learn more about the city’s housing programs, visit phoenix.gov/housing.


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