Let's Talk Tucson

People with hands Engagement Meetings

The City of Tucson provides numerous opportunities for engagement on various issues affecting our residents. Aside from NewsNet, social media, and direct mailings, the City hosts many public meetings, both in-person and online. You can also take surveys at our Open Town Hall website.

We also use "storyboards" to help explain issues that are complex. You can see some of our recent ones below.

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Community Investment and Support

How the City took strategic action to support the community

The City partnered with a number of local nonprofit agencies to get federal CARES Act funds to the community as quickly and efficiently as possible. Together, these agencies deployed grants totaling more than $22 million to more than 10,000 grant recipients. These partners distributed 99.7% of the grant funds authorized by the Mayor and Council.

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Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Engagement

Building a balanced and equitable budget

Find everything you need to know about the City's budget process and budget structure, interactive budget tools to explore the Tentative Budget, and opportunities to engage with the City during budget development. The feedback you provide during the engagement process will help the City and the Mayor and Council inform priorities and align the budget.

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Learn About Development Impact Fees

When Tucson grows through new development, our community grows. This can come with many benefits, such as local amenities, jobs, and improved quality of life for our community.

Learn more about development impact fees.

Contact Us

Contact Information

City Manager's Office
City Hall, 10th Floor
255 W. Alameda
Tucson, AZ 85701

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