The Ward 4 Office of Councilwoman Nikki Lee needs to fill multiple Board, Committee, and Commission seats. If you are interested in applying to one of the openings, please email your resume along with your name, home address, phone number, email, and why you are interested in serving, to email@example.com. Positions will be filled on a rolling basis, so apply today!
The City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM) is planning neighborhood traffic safety improvements on a 4.5-mile-long section of Blacklidge Drive from Oracle Road to Columbus Boulevard at McCormick Park. This project will connect five parks and four schools. The Blacklidge Bicycle Boulevard is part of the voter-approved Proposition 407 Tucson Delivers Strong Connections Program that will calm traffic on neighborhood streets and expand the citywide low-stress biking and walking network.
City of Tucson, Housing and Community Development Call for Projects outlines funding available to advance the goals of the P-CHIP.
It is also the process by which the City of Tucson accepts, reviews, and recommends applications for funding for Fiscal Year 2021-2022.
The Tucson Mayor and City Council determine final funding allocations.
The Call for Projects covers the following funding sources:
My office has been getting a lot of inquiries about when vaccines will be available. The short answer is that it has been changing daily.
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced that it has awarded the City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM) $600,000 to develop operational solutions that address challenges faced by public transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds are from FTA’s Public Transportation COVID-19 Research Demonstration Grant Program, which supports exposure mitigation, contactless payment and strengthening rider confidence on public transit.
A Message from Steve K...
Please find Council Member Kozachik's Newsletter at the following link:
Topics in this issue:
New COVID Variant Strains
Income Tax Assistance
Six hundred and two residents of Pima County died of COVID-19 last week. I’d like to tell you about two of them.
One was Michael Hicks. We were on opposite sides of most issues, but I know he cared a lot about the community. He was a traffic engineer with the city for years and my staff got to work with him when dealing with neighborhood issues.
31ST ANNUAL PUEBLO GARDENS MARTIN LUTHER KING. JR. VIRTUAL EVENT
“KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE!”
Nikki Lee Appointed to Leadership Position on National League of Cities’ Military Communities Council