WHAT'S NEW AT OIP?
OIP STAFF TO BE RECOGNIZED
In collaboration with Pima County staff, as well as Tucson Parks and Recreation staff, OIP played a critical role in organizing the environmental and archaeological clearance process, providing grant funding for the stabilization of the Adkins residence, as well as providing design review of the rehabilitation of the historic officers’ quarters and leading public tours of the site. OIP will be recognized by the Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission on May 2, 2015 and on May 15, 2015 at the Arizona Historic Preservation Conference.
WATER RELIABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
OIP in conjunction with Tucson Water has prepared and released the 2014 City/County Water and Wastewater Study Action Plan Report to the City of Tucson Mayor and Council. This is an annual report of a multi-year study of water and wastewater infrastructure, supply and planning issues. Additional information about this study can be found here.
TWENTY THREE YEARS AND RUNNING
This April marks the 23rd year that the City of Tucson will be recognized as a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for a commitment to caring for and managing our public trees.
TUCSON PLANS AHEAD
OIP contributes to an informative article about Tucson's planning efforts to adapt to a changing climate. The article can be found on page 30 of the April 2015 edition of Desert Leaf Magazine.