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Free Water Conservation Kits from Tucson Water

Tucson Water is offering its customers free home water conservation materials. You can choose a low-flow shower head, a five-minute shower timer, a toilet tank bag, toilet leak detection tablets, and bathroom faucet aerators. There is a limit of one order per household, and the offer is only valid for Tucson Water customers while supplies last. Please select only the items you and your family can use and are willing to install.

Reid Park Zoo's Summer Safari Nights Program Continues Tomorrow

Reid Park Zoo’s annual Summer Safari Saturday Nights program runs 6-8 p.m. every Saturday until Aug. 17. Enjoy the Zoo during cooler evening temperatures with added fun, including live music from local bands, games, inflatables, food and drink specials, face painting, glitter tattoos, animal encounters, zookeeper chats, and themed evenings.

School's Back in Session Tomorrow for Thousands of Tucson Children

Tomorrow, Aug. 1, is the first day of classes for the new school year in the Tucson Unified School District, and that means plenty of children and traffic on the streets each morning and afternoon. The Tucson Police Department (TPD) reminds motorists to be extra careful on their commutes and to obey the 15 mph speed limit in school zones.

Learn more about back-to-school safety and how to avoid getting a traffic ticket in a TPD Facebook video.

First Package Complete for Tucson Delivers: Better Streets

The first group of roadway improvement projects related to the Tucson Delivers: Better Streets program is complete. These projects included reconstructing and repaving four sections of roadway on the west side of Tucson: Starr Pass Boulevard (Lost Starr Drive to Calle Camino Santiago), La Cholla Boulevard (Starr Pass Boulevard to Ajo Way), Congress Street (Silverbell Road to Grande Avenue), and Speedway Boulevard (Painted Hills Road to Greasewood Road).

Get Updates on Current Roadway Projects

The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) hosts a website with updates on 35 projects that are in progress within member jurisdictions. The projects are referenced with the original ballot number from the voter-approved RTA special taxing district.

More than 840 roadway projects have been completed since its implementation. Some of the projects may also have received local, state, regional, or federal funding. The 20-year RTA plan is funded through June 30, 2026.


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