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Effective Monday, July 3, certain water rates and fees will increase. The rates were set last year by the Mayor and Tucson City Council after a recommendation by the Citizens’ Water Advisory Committee.
Tucson City Council Member Shirley Scott and her Ward 4 host the 17th annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, July 15, at Clements Recreation Center, 8155 E Poinciana Drive. The 8-11 a.m. event will feature free backpacks, school supplies, a free pancake breakfast, activities, raffles, and more.
Kids under the age of 17 can swim for free at most City of Tucson pools. Seventeen of 18 City pools are part of the pilot program, but a fee still will be charged at the Edith Ball Adaptive Recreation Center pool.
See the meerkats at Reid Park Zoo. The Zoo is open 8 a.m -3 p.m. each day.
All three credit ratings agencies give the City high ratings and stable outlook.
Voters in the City of Tucson on May 16 overwhelmingly approved a new, five-year, half-cent sales tax to fund public safety capital needs and road repairs. The tax goes into effect on July 1.
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