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The Native American neighborhood is another member of the South Tucson family, falling within the one square mile historical “Pueblo within the city.” One of the oldest neighborhoods in the city of Tucson, Arizona, the Native American Neighborhood is poised for development. This neighborhood is just south of Downtown Tucson and the University of Arizona.
The borders of the Native American Neighborhood are West 22nd Street to the north, just shy of the eastern boundary of South 9th Avenue, with the southern boundary tracing West 23rd Street. The line snakes up to South 11th Avenue to close the neighborhood. This excludes the 300 block of West 23rd Street, as well as the land south of West 23rd Street before South 11th Avenue to form an unsymmetrical octagon.
The Native American Neighborhood has the Santa Rosa Park to the north, which is fenced in, making it convenient for dog owners who want to exercise their pets safely. The Pueblo Plaza Shopping Center is to the east, and just past the Aviation freeway and bikeway is the Gene C. Reid Park and zoo. To the south is the El Pueblo park and to beat the summer heat, there is the San Juan Park and the Archer Pool to the west.
The neighborhood has newer homes in an experienced setting, most of which are of the Hacienda Style, as well as a commercial properties. The edges that touch the main streets have wide sidewalks with contemporary, decorative walls, as well as bike lanes, yet the inner streets with sparse traffic do not.
The Sun Tran Bus line offers public transportation in the area, with routes number 421, 23, and 16, and the Ronstadt Transit Center to the north and the Roy Laos transit Center to the south to open up travel throughout the city.