Downtown Phoenix Dog Park

The Historic Roosevelt Neighborhood lies in Downtown Phoenix. Bounded by McDowell and Van Buren Streets, 7th Avenue to Central Avenue and encompassing the Roosevelt Historic District, the history of the neighborhood is rich and deep,  and its future exciting and ambitious. As Downtown Phoenix continues to revitalize, The Roosevelt Neighborhood has become a focus for new residential development. Brought to life by parks, a walkable scale, small businesses, restaurants and friendly people, the Roosevelt Neighborhood is the place to be in the burgeoning urban core of Phoenix. Learn more about the Roosevelt Action Association on this page. If you’d like to know more, please contact us

Roosevelt Action Association (RAA) Neighborhood Group

Since 1981, the RAA’s mission has been to support Phoenix’s historic past by increase awareness of its architectural and cultural history, to foster neighborhood pride, and to advocate for an extraordinary quality of life for future generations. Roosevelt Action Association’s many projects include promoting rehabilitation and redevelopment efforts, sponsoring neighborhood events, educating residents and supporting redevelopment efforts.

RAA Neighborhood Meetings

RAA General Neighborhood meetings are on third Tuesday of the month. Until further notice, RAA meetings will be held virtually.  For more information on how to attend the meetings, please send an email to Info@RooseveltNeighborhood.org.

2020 Neighborhood Leadership

President: Andie Abkarian

Vice President: Ryan Tempest

Secretary: Bill Scheel

Treasurer: Steve Bruckal

Directors:  Caroline Van Slyke, Catrina Kahler, Christa Lawcock-Lam

 Download the board’s articles of incorporation.

Roosevelt Neighborhood map phoenix

General Neighborhood Information

Who to Call:

Police, Fire or Medical Emergency: 911

Non Emergency/Crime Stop: 602-262-6151

Community Action Officers:

North of 1-10: Officer Ben Harris, 602-361-4501, benjamin.harris@phoenix.gov

South of I-10: Officer Jeff Howell, 602-534-6438, jeffrey.howell@phoenix.gov

Councilman Nowakowski: 602-262-7492,  Council.district7@phoenix.gov

City Neighborhood Services

  • Graffiti Busters Hotline: 602-495-7014
  • Keep It Clean: 602-534-4444
  • Property Maintenance Violations: 602-262-7844
  • Street Light Maintenance (Acorn): 602-495-5125
  • APS Emergency Number: 602-258-5483

Complete the membership registration below or download and print a PDF of the form HERE.

Membership Form

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