Goodyear G.A.I.N. Day 2015 will  be Saturday, Nov. 7 

The following neighborhoods have registered their G.A.I.N. event with the city:

Arroyo Vista Neighborhood Crime Watch (9:30AM-11AM)

Potluck and family games at the tot lot at S. 183rd Dr. & W. Sweet Acacia Dr.

Legacy Ranch II (9AM-1PM)

Get to know your neighbors with a cookout, kids games, and music in the cul de sac on Mesquite Dr.

North Subdivision Neighborhood Alliance (9:30AM-Noon)

Community BBQ and children's games following the rededication of the memorial in Park De Paz.

Historic Goodyear Neighborhood Alliance (9:30AM-1PM)

Community neighborhood information and homeowner networking in Loma Linda park at Loma Linda and Los Olivos

Oasis at Canyon Trails Unit 4 (11AM-2PM)

Food, community neighborhood information and homeowner networking in the community park at Adams and Washington

Palm Valley 2 & 3 (5:30PM-8PM)

A screening of the Disney movie Inside Out in the park north of Indian School on 146 Ave.

Rio Paseo (9AM-1PM)

Hot dogs, shaved ice and children's activities like face painting and a bounce house at the park on 152 Ave. and Virginia Ave.

Serenity in EMR (11AM-3PM)

50/50 raffle and lunch in the tot lot at corner of W. Thistle Landing & S. 182nd Drive.


What Is G.A.I.N.?

 G.A.I.N., Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods, is a statewide day of celebration for the success of crime prevention through community involvement.

Goodyear neighborhoods are encouraged to organize their own community event to celebrate G.A.I.N.  on the first Saturday in November.

It's not too late! CLICK HERE to register your neighborhood event by October 5 and get a FREE "Involvement Kit" to help with your event!

Why Register?

Registered events will get:

  • an involvement kit, filled with brochures, fliers and goodies to give away during your event.
  • A special visit from city officials like the mayor, council members and/or the police or fire chief.
  • An added attractions such as police motorcycle, police car or fire truck.  

Things to Do at Your Event:

  • Establish a Neighborhood Watch. 
  • Introduce Neighborhood Watch leaders.
  • Welcome new residents. 
  • Give crime prevention tips.
  • Public safety-themed chalk art contest.
  • Face painting.
  • Water balloon toss or Hula-hoop contest.
  • Scavenger hunt.
  • Beautify a common area.
  • Neighbor-helping-neighbor projects.

Things to Eat at Your Event:

  • BYO Picnic
  • Potluck
  • Order Pizza
  • Hamburgers and Hot Dogs prepared on existing neighborhood park grill