City Clerk's Office Is Moving
La Oficina de la Secretaria Municipal se muda
BCC's are beginning to meet again. Until further notice and direction from the City Manager's Office, all meetings are to be conducted remotely through technological means (i.e., Microsoft Teams). Members of the public may listen in on the meetings from a computer, tablet or phone. To access the meeting, go to the agenda for the meeting you are interested in, and click on the meeting link. See screenshot below for example of login instructions if BCC is using Microsoft Teams:
Serving on a City of Tucson board, committee, or commission is one way that Tucson’s residents can participate in local government. Boards and Commissions typically serve in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and Council. Tucson benefits from the knowledge and expertise that volunteers bring to these Boards and Commissions.
Unless otherwise indicated, all city board, committee, and commission members must be residents of Tucson at the time of their appointment and for the full duration of their term.
In accordance with Resolution 15881 adopted by Mayor and Council, it is the policy of the City of Tucson that all appointments to City Boards, Committees, Commissions, Task Forces, and other such appointed bodies, be gender balanced and reflect the ethnic and racial compositions of the City. Therefore, all interested individuals are encouraged to apply.
For information and assistance regarding boards, committees, and commissions, contact the City Clerk at
Boards, Committees and Commissions Meeting Notices, LAR's & Minutes
Notice of Mayor's Hearing on Employee Compensation 05-17-23
El Pueblo Housing Development (EPHD) Agenda 03-27-23
El Pueblo Housing Development (EPHD) Legal Action Report 03-27-23
El Pueblo Housing Development (EPHD) Agenda 05-12-23
El Pueblo Housing Development (EPHD) Legal Action Report 05-12-23