The monthly Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection event scheduled for Saturday, June 6, has been canceled to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The City of Tucson has halted all HHW collection until further notice at the main site at 2440 W. Sweetwater Drive, the Los Reales Landfill site at 5300 E. Los Reales Road, and the monthly collection event at 7575 E. Speedway Blvd.
The City of Tucson created and maintains an up-to-date COVID-19 website that includes information for businesses, residents, and even activities for kids. Visit the website for the latest information about how the City is conducting business during this crisis and the latest status in the community.
The site is updated as information continues to evolve.
Boasting more than 600 rose bushes and 100 species of roses, it's no wonder the Cele Peterson Rose Garden is so unique. Whether you're celebrating an event, honoring a loved one, or simply enjoying the beauty of this special place, the Cele Peterson Rose Garden at Reid Park offers something for everyone.
Watch the video below to learn about its volunteers, see the roses in bloom, and discover when is a good time to visit.
The City of Tucson, along with Tucson Clean & Beautiful and United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, will lead a citywide cleanup effort the week of June 8-13. As many COVID-19 restrictions are slowly being phased out, the weeklong event is an opportunity for City employees and the entire community to go outside their homes to work together to improve the visual appearance of Tucson as we move toward reopening.
The Downtown Tucson Partnership (DTP), in collaboration with Pima County Back-to-Business (PCB2B), downtown restaurants, retail, and cultural institutions are taking extra steps to ensure businesses and public spaces are clean and safe for the community. You can help by taking a survey to help others understand how you would like to engage with public spaces and local businesses.
The Sonora Environmental Research Institute (SERI) will host a live virtual workshop covering Tucson Water's Rainwater Harvesting Rebate and the Low-Income Rainwater Harvesting Grant and Loan Program. The workshop is tomorrow, June 4, at 10 a.m. The session is in English and will last approximately three hours.
On Thursday, June 4, 2020, crews from Next Generation Electrical, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM), are scheduled to replace traffic signal heads with upgraded signals to accommodate flashing yellow left turn arrows at the intersection of Speedway Boulevard and Wilmot Road.
Work at the intersection will take place from about 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. The schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances.
The City of Tucson Planning and Development Services Department (PDSD) and the Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM), at the direction of Mayor and Council and pursuant to the authority granted to the City Manager in Mayor Romero’s Emergency Proclamation dated May 15, 2020, have enacted regulatory zoning relief allowing the temporary expansion of seating areas for food and beverage establishments which have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Weather Service has issued an Extreme Heat Warning beginning at noon tomorrow, June 3, and lasting until 9 p.m. Thursday, June 4. Dangerously hot conditions with high temperatures are possible, ranging from 102 to 109 degrees during that time in Tucson and surrounding areas.
Sign up for Pima County's Permanent Early Voter List (PEVL) to automatically receive an Early Voting Ballot for every election in which you are eligible to participate without the need to request a ballot for each election.
Once on the list, eligible voters will receive a notice that will include the dates of the next two upcoming elections, the dates that ballots are expected to be mailed, and the address where the ballots will be mailed.
With all that's been going on in the United States lately, you may have pushed aside your reminders to complete the required U.S. Census, but there's still time. Responses help determine the number of seats each state has in Congress and guide how nearly $700 billion in federal funding is spent in communities each year.
It’s estimated up to $3,000 per person, per year is at stake for Arizona. The answers are kept anonymous and are used only to produce statistics.