Volunteers Advocate for the Interests of Unincorporated Green Valley through
Working Together to Improve the
Pima County Canoa Parks
CANOA HILLS TRAILS
HISTORIC CANOA RANCH
WELCOME TO THE GREEN VALLEY COUNCIL
2021 launched the critically important process of internal evaluation on both an administrative and operational level. The GVC staff and Executive Committee identified organizational strengths, weaknesses and began the prioritization process necessary to make the Council more nimble and responsive to the needs of our membership. In meeting those needs it is necessary to continually evaluate the effectiveness and impact of the services we provide. This involved a revitalized engagement with our community partners and a strengthening and refocus of our standing committees. That engagement with community partners, businesses and Pima County led to a series of dynamic forums and webinars which addressed HOA, community, health and safety issues.
…and Looking Ahead
In Green Valley we enjoy fabulous recreation, cultural, entertainment and enrichment opportunities. Most of the organizations and agencies depend on volunteer involvement. As a volunteer organization, the GVC asks for membership feedback and engagement. Our commitment as we journey forward is to continue to build and enhance the services we provide our membership and the greater Green Valley community.
Be well and stay safe,
WHAT IS THE GREEN VALLEY COUNCIL?
The Green Valley Council incorporated as an Arizona 501(c)(4) Corporation in 1973. Because Green Valley is an unincorporated community, the Council is an all-volunteer organization that serves as the community’s “Civic Voice.” It acts as Green Valley’s liaison for governmental relations with local municipalities, the City of Tucson, Pima County, the State of Arizona, as well as Federal and Tribal governments.