Office of Integrated Planning

WHAT'S NEW AT OIP?

 

CITY OFFERS PORTION OF "CIVANO PARCEL" FOR SALE, PROTECTS PORTION FOR FANTASY ISLAND MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS
In 2006, the City Council adopted the Master Plan for Fantasy Island Trails Park, a conceptual plan that called for protecting a popular system of mountain bike trails while allowing some mixed-use development on a 320-acre parcel of City-owned land on Tucson's east side. OIP worked with mountain bike groups, Council Member Shirley Scott's office, and City departments to finalize the open space/development boundary laid out in the plan, and to move forward with the City's sale of the portion slated for development. From August-October 2015, the "Civano Parcel" will be listed for sale by competitive bid at this link.

 

RONSTADT TRANSIT CENTER DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL PRESENTATIONS

On July 22, OIP hosted public presentations of two proposals for the Ronstadt Transit Center Joint Development Project. To view the presentations and more information about the project CLICK HERE.  

 

 

OIP WELCOMES ELAINE BECHERER

Elaine Becherer is a Project Manager with OIP and has worked for the City for almost three years. Prior to working with OIP, Elaine worked with the Architecture & Engineering Division of the General Services Department and most recently as an Assistant to the City Manager in the Manager's Office. Elaine will focus on the Infrastructure Funding, City Property Development, and Project Management Coordination & Oversight teams within OIP. Elaine has a professional degree in Architecture from the University of Arizona, has worked in the private sector of architecture for over ten years, and is a LEED Accredited Professional.

 

 

MAINTENANCE GUIDELINES FOR CITY OF TUCSON GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

 

 

The City's Transportation Department is designing and installing Green Streets that will require adjustments to maintenance practices to address the integrity of the designed structures and landscapes.