Invest in the people and not developers! Allocate enough of the city budget to social services, housing, and community development to fit the demand. Establish and fund free and affordable housing and healthcare through neighborhood-led initiatives and community land trusts to stop gentrification, displacement, and the destruction of cultural landmarks around the city.
Connect and collaborate with neighborhoods, businesses, and organizations to brainstorm and create plans of action to tackle our city’s problems in a way that is transparent and establishes accountability with city leadership.
Uplift Tucson by prioritizing neighborhood-led public works programs to improve and maintain our city with smart streets, public art, micro-farms, and green infrastructure in order to transform the most neglected areas of Tucson while simultaneously providing jobs to people who need an opportunity to advance or learn a skill.