More than 50 percent of cooking fires are caused by grease, cooking oils or fats, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). A grease fire happens when your cooking […]
Category: Neighborhood News
There’s an all-new supplement to the Roadrunner which includes all dining specials for the week. If you did not receive one, please see the dining venues for an additional copy. […]
Need a great greeting card for 10 cents, a couple of wine glasses, maybe a change of linens or a designer dress for $8? How about a small end table […]
We expect the pour of ready-mix/concrete for the floor slabs for building one this Friday, the 31st. The pour for the footings for the second building could be Monday the […]
By now, you have likely heard the very sad news that our Beatitudes Campus founder, Dr. Culver H. (Bill) Nelson, passed away on Friday April 14, 2019. Beatitudes Campus has lost a visionary leader and our community has lost an amazing soul.
Thank you again for you excellent support to the Alhambra Village Planning Committee meetings. Your assistance helped us to receive a unanimous favorable vote. We now go to the April […]
One of our greatest responsibilities as staff serving you is to be the best stewards possible of our resources. Every few months we analyze our systems and costs looking for […]
Read all about it! The latest recap of our February 2019 Community Town Hall is now available online for your reading pleasure!
Be sure to read it here: https://wp.me/p7o8lu-gQl
The underground utility work on 17th Drive has halted to avoid a 4” Century Link fiber optic cable. The 17th Drive northbound traffic has been re-opened during this delay. The underground utility work will shift over to the Myrtle site while the fiber cable is worked around. The demolition of the Garden Apts. is progressing quickly and will wrap up this week or next. Dust control is in effect at all times. Some very good news—SRP believes they can provide a transfer switch that will mitigate our risk during a severe power outage. We are hoping that this switch would be provided at little or no cost to the campus. SRP, Orcutt Winslow and Weitz are continually proving to be outstanding partners.
Beatitudes Campus is truly entering one of the most exciting times in its 54-year history as we celebrate the beginning of construction of our new 34 patio homes. I thought […]
Earthwork on 17th Drive continues. During work hours, 17th Drive northbound traffic will be closed for about 12 days as the underground utility excavation continues. The permits for the patio […]
Earthwork will begin this week on the 17th Drive site. You will see earthmovers scraping up 18”-24” of existing soil trenches and then lay it back down with proper compaction. […]
As Many of you know: Several trees from the demolition of the residences on Myrtle have been boxed and moved to the west end of the Nelson Property. The trees […]
Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance” —Samuel Johnson. This is how I can best describe the campus master planning process. Over the last three years and […]
Getting to know each other is probably one of the greatest opportunities we have at Beatitudes Campus. This includes discovering the histories of neighbors and learning about the staff who […]
The City of Phoenix has won a major federal grant to hire 50 more firefighters over the next two years. With this $9 million Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency […]
“My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” – John F. Kennedy This Memorial Day let us give […]
One of the greatest privileges of being President and CEO at Beatitudes Campus is being able to share with you our mission in action over the past year. The work […]