The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) is again partnering with the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) to lead EMS Week activities to recognize Emergency Medical Services (EMS) workers.
The curb travel lane on northbound Euclid Avenue, both north and south of Broadway, will be closed to travel beginning tomorrow, May 20, at approximately 6 a.m.
This travel lane closure will be in place for about 30 days, 24 hours a day, so that crews can construct new underground storm drains as part of the Broadway-Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road Improvement Project. This project is scheduled to be completed in September 2021.
Tucson's Reid Park Zoo remains closed due to COVID-19 concerns, but management is planning a way to reopen once it's safe enough to do so. Part of the planning process is a community survey to see what will make people feel safe about returning.
The short survey asks Zoo visitors how they feel about social distancing, face coverings, health screenings upon entry, gloves, hand sanitizer, digital interactions, waiting until a coronavirus vaccine is developed, and more.
Are you still looking for things to do safely during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum hosts "Discover the Desert-Online!" for kids and adults. Learn alongside the museum's expert educators and scientists, with topics such as Musical Mantis Storytime, Sips with Scientists, and Drawing Desert Life.
The 29th Annual Desert Horticulture Conference takes place online May 29-June 4. It is the premier annual conference for all members of the southwest green industry: landscape architects, designers, growers, retailers, contractors, maintenance personnel, suppliers, and educators. Areas covered include plants and design, plant health, and urban landscapes/water.
The curb travel lane on northbound Euclid Avenue, both north and south of Broadway, will be closed to travel beginning on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, at approximately 6 a.m. This travel lane closure will be in place for about 30 days so that crews can construct new underground storm drains as part of the Broadway – Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road Improvement Project. For the safety of the traveling public and work crews, the travel lane closure will be in place 24 hours a day.
Even though Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey let his stay-at-home order expire over the weekend, Tucson Mayor Regina Romero is keeping her emergency declaration for the city in place until early next month. The extension keeps Tucson's park amenities and City buildings closed (excluding Tucson City Court) through June 8.
Tumamoc Hill will reopen to walkers next Monday, May 25, Memorial Day, more than two months after it was closed because of COVID-19 concerns. When it reopens, Tumamoc will have a tightened set of guidelines for those who use it.
Southern Arizona has entered pool season, and the Tucson Fire Department (TFD) and neighboring fire districts are urging people to practice water safety.
TFD Chief Chuck Ryan, Northwest Fire Chief Brad Bradley, and Golder Ranch Fire Chief Randy Karrer recently participated in a video to spread awareness and the importance of practicing the ABCs of water safety anytime you are around a pool or spa.
Crews from Southern Arizona Paving and Construction Co., under contract with the Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility (DTM), will begin a crack seal/fog seal program on various roadways throughout the City. During the three-month-long roadway improvement project there will be day and night work. Crews will work Monday through Friday, with occasional weekend work. The dates, work hours and locations where the improvements will take place in the next three weeks of the program are: